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@Sam Hober

Would you consider making a square of this if asked?

https://www.samhober.com/wool-solid-ties/brown-wool-tie-18.html

Claghorn,

If we have enough fabric on hand we would be happy to make a pocket square.
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A new video for the Globe & Mail, in which Toronto's most stylish men talk about pocket squares
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/life-video/video-style-eye-are-pocket-squares-the-new-tie/article27022204/
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Arrived yesterday



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My Monsieur Fox Damascus PS

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Any advice on repairing a rolled pocket square edge that's coming undone? Is this something I can attempt to DIY or should I find someone who knows what they're doing?

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Any advice on repairing a rolled pocket square edge that's coming undone? Is this something I can attempt to DIY or should I find someone who knows what they're doing?

Yes and yes is the answer.

If you have patience and some sewing skill you can try to fix your pocket square. It is always a good idea to get advice from the maker (who made your square?)

But if you need the general idea you can look at the link below:
https://www.samhober.com/howtomakeapocketsquare/howtomakeapocketsquare.htm

Good luck and post photos of the results...
post #4073 of 4189
Thanks. It's a Robert Talbott square. What I'm worried about is somehow tying off the existing thread to stop it from unraveling more.
post #4074 of 4189
Robert Talbott is a good company - the pocket square should not come undone like that.

You might consider sending it back to them via registered airmail they should be able to fix the problem easily.

The best way to fix the problem is to remove the thread and then redo it correctly.

Not make a knot and add to the sewing.
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Purchased a couple of (Drake's) pocket squares this week.

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Purchased a couple of (Drake's) pocket squares this week.












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Purchased a couple of (Drake's) pocket squares this week.



Nice pickups all around but this one is probably my favorite. I remember seeing it somewhere online but I forget where. Is it wool/silk or all silk?
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Thanks, Cleav :bigstar:

 

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Nice pickups all around but this one is probably my favorite. I remember seeing it somewhere online but I forget where. Is it wool/silk or all silk?

Thanks. Yes, that'll hopefully prove to be very versatile and a great addition to my wardrobe (although, honestly speaking, I wear white linen 99/100 times).

 

You probably saw it at eBay. I picked up all but the first pocket square from the same member. All wool/silk (70/30).

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Hey Everyone,

 

Big fan of this thread and learned a lot from reading your posts while in production for my own pocket square line. I wanted to get your thoughts on my new company, Gangsterchief. 

 

Gangsterchief features gritty street photography on limited edition high-end silk pocket squares to raise awareness of gang-related issues.

 
Our first special-edition pocket square is in collaboration with legendary street photographer Robert Yager. All pocket squares are handmade in Downtown Los Angeles and proceeds support community-based organizations who work to reduce and prevent gang violence. 
 
Quick Details:
• 16” x 16” — for use as a pocket square or neckerchief
• 100% Silk
• Handmade in Los Angeles
• Hand-rolled edges
• Limited Edition
• Dry clean only

 

 

 

 

 

 

I'm VERY happy with the quality of these squares. I did everything I could to make sure the quality and the hand-rolled edges were perfect, while keeping all manufacturing in Los Angeles. Let me know your thoughts, opinions?

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Thanks. Yes, that'll hopefully prove to be very versatile and a great addition to my wardrobe (although, honestly speaking, I wear white linen 99/100 times).

You probably saw it at eBay. I picked up all but the first pocket square from the same member. All wool/silk (70/30).

Ive been getting all mine from ebay too
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