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That's a great hat! 
At one point the InTweed website was recommended here, so I've used that: http://www.intweed.co.uk/goods-for-sale/tweed-moleskin-lengths-samples They have the Ettrick, Kirkton and Teviot tweed ranges. You can order samples and cut lengths.
Does anyone have experience making up the following design in a jacket? Pros/Cons?   Lovat Mill (500g/m):     P&H Glenroyal (430g/m):   Are there other examples of this design worth looking at I might have missed?   Thanks in advance.
@luxire email sent!
Perhaps Moon? http://www.moons.co.uk/apparel/heritage-collection/melton/
Here's another way to look at it. You, arguably more than many of us here, stand to benefit considerably from getting a shirt pattern nailed down with Luxire. You have a very complicated shoulder fit. Even if it takes another iteration or two to get it down, which is normal as others have said, in the long term what you're about to spend on the shipping cost is completely trivial.
Agreed. Though does it have to be Breanish? Not sure if the mill itself was part of the delay on that project. If I recall, the cost was up there as well. Not that there's anything wrong with this project as-is, but I'd be really curious to see what another mill like Lovat, Islay, M&E or even Dugdale might be able to do.A slightly more outlandish/casual idea would be to see a Donegal version from Molloy & Sons.
Great, thanks everyone! Will report back on how it goes.
∆ Good to know. Thanks!
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