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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

you're makin me feel guilty that I didn't make as many lighter pieces redface.gif

There can be only one solution. Make it so, please biggrin.gif

Is the ribbing at the waist stretched out before being attached to the suede? I'm getting weird bunching at the back that gives the jacket a funny shape, and trying to decide if this will correct itself with wear as the ribbing stretches confused.gif I really want to like it.
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Thread Starter 
the ribbing stretches.
post #23433 of 41342
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

the ribbing stretches.

the ribbing will stretch to a point where it becomes comfortable and the bunching will also fall more naturally at that point.

Like all good things, wear it in smile.gif


Really like your avatar in VSLI, but i am sure my navy calf will be better wink.gif
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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post

charly emailed me saying they have a new brown goat similar in color to brown lamb

ffffuuuu.gif why did this happen right after I just received my brown lamb A2 from cutoff
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finally got around to getting a pic of my peacoat
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Fingers crossed my Peacoat doesn't get creased to shit while shipping like my DR did. Customs sure like to knead my parcels.

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Originally Posted by IronKnochs View Post

Fingers crossed my Peacoat doesn't get creased to shit while shipping like my DR did. Customs sure like to knead my parcels.

just bring it to a cleaner and have them steam it?
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or hang it in a steamy shower / bathroom
post #23439 of 41342
nothing a good steaming session cannot fix. the natural properties of wool will see the coat looking like new again smile.gif
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Yeah, leather's the one you need to worry about with creasing like that. Wool's much more resilient.
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Originally Posted by Arethusa View Post

Yeah, leather's the one you need to worry about with creasing like that. Wool's much more resilient.

What? the leather uncreases almost immediately with wear - and I've also hung mine in a steamy bathroom, like with woolens.
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Sure. It's just easier to crease leather permanently than wool, that's all. Not really sure steaming does the same thing that it does for wool fabric, though.
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Who knows. I'm like I child with scissors.
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post

How does the current whiskey calf compare to the previous med whiskey calf in terms of color? I was up late last night lusting after aeglus' DR.

Sooo, anyone know the answer to this question? Every photo of whiskey calf that I find seems to be one of the older color offerings.
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I thought Drew said at some point that the current whiskey calf is the same as the same as the medium whiskey calf that was offered previously, but I'm not 100% sure on that.
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