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post #976 of 1030
Yep that they accepted and waiting for the payment is the problem. I saw their reply too late. Damn time difference
post #977 of 1030
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Originally Posted by JChance View Post

If you message them now before they accept, I think they'll understand.

From my previous offer experience, they'll accept at about 85% of their listed price. (like offer 85 GBP for the listed price of 100 GBP)

Thanks for the tip. I was going to offer to get around the same price as End. The shipping is pretty pricey and they do not deduct VAT for anyone that is wondering.
post #978 of 1030
They wont mark down the item on custom form either, so expect custom fees like you typically order directly from Inverallan knitters.
post #979 of 1030
However they do use royal so hopefully it will be minimal
post #980 of 1030
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Originally Posted by JChance View Post

They wont mark down the item on custom form either, so expect custom fees like you typically order directly from Inverallan knitters.

Because its against the law.
post #981 of 1030
If you're referring to the Inverallans on eBay, I'm sure if you contact them they would be willing to ship via the mail service.  They did for me, as opposed to FedEx, and I didn't get hit with customs.  Great experience ordering from them.
post #982 of 1030


Just went with a Gritstone off the ebay shop. Hoping a 44 fits okay (43" chest), my purple and multicolour from a few years back were 44s... This one is a more wearable colour smile.gif
post #983 of 1030
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post



Just went with a Gritstone off the ebay shop. Hoping a 44 fits okay (43" chest), my purple and multicolour from a few years back were 44s... This one is a more wearable colour smile.gif

 

I found the fit of the sizes of the pair I just received were the same as the pair I currently own in that size.  

post #984 of 1030
Thanks for the reassurance smile.gif
post #985 of 1030
Just got a 3A in natural from Inverallan in PURE NEW WOOL (LIGHTER WEIGHT). I have a 6a in 38 in the clerical grey (not sure what type of wool). The 3a much mroe light weight, probably close to SNS. Its a little loose, so I'm going to try to give it a hot hand wash. All its very well made
post #986 of 1030
post #987 of 1030
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Originally Posted by JChance View Post

some nice pieces here at a good price (they might deduct VAT for non-UK people)

http://commonpeopleclothing.co.uk/shop/sale/nobellium-cardigan.html#.U3DYCF6Mr6U

http://commonpeopleclothing.co.uk/shop/lead-sweater.html#.U3DZUl6Mr6U

I've not tried any of the Common People x Inverallan collaborations, but from my experience of Common People's size charts you're safest sizing up.
post #988 of 1030
How much do these stretch? If I wore a size S in J Crew, would the 38 stretch out enough to wear comfortably? I read that sizing up was recommended.
post #989 of 1030
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Originally Posted by tahonng View Post

How much do these stretch? If I wore a size S in J Crew, would the 38 stretch out enough to wear comfortably? I read that sizing up was recommended.

I would think so. I am a medium in J.Crew and can go 40 (probably a small bit short and tight at first but I think the fit is fine now) or 42 in Inverallan.
post #990 of 1030
So you got the 40?
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