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post #151 of 350
Wonderful thread. Thank you. In the depressing days of a new Primark opening in my town this comes as a real tonic!
post #152 of 350
This is a great thread. I saw it on day one or so, and meant to see how it all turned out. Your GF is quite talented and your daughter should be quite happy.

You should take a few of her wearing it and block out everything but the fit so we can see how it looks when worn.

Oh, and you should sell me some Mason pocket squares.
post #153 of 350
Also just saw this. very impressive! thanks for sharing!
post #154 of 350
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Also just saw this. very impressive! thanks for sharing!

+1
post #155 of 350
Thread Starter 
^ Thank you all.
post #156 of 350
this thread should be automatically pinned
post #157 of 350
B.e.a.u.t.i.f.u.l.
post #158 of 350
This is, by far, the most qualitative thread I have found on this forum.

Please post more of your projects. They have all been a pleasure to view.

Please pass on our praise to you wife as well.

/BB
post #159 of 350
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Originally Posted by Big Bird View Post
This is, by far, the most qualitative thread I have found on this forum.

Please post more of your projects. They have all been a pleasure to view.

Please pass on our praise to you wife as well.

/BB

This.

myke
post #160 of 350
Thread Starter 
Pimping OTR with hand stitching and MOP buttons is an option too:









post #161 of 350
Does she have/use a serger? I was always amazed at how many bobbins/spools those things used.
post #162 of 350
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Does she have/use a serger? I was always amazed at how many bobbins/spools those things used.

No, just the Toshiba posted earlier in the thread.
post #163 of 350
Super late to the party, but this is absolutely amazing.
post #164 of 350
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Pimping OTR with hand stitching and MOP buttons is an option too:
Jaw dropping. I love this.
post #165 of 350
um now when do we see your bespoke shirts and pants? i expect evolution! Plus the quality and craftsmanship is so top notch its only the natural progression.
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