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Just ask, David will pretty much make anything out of any material he has on hand ..
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Looks like this one: http://www.samhober.com/macclesfield-print-silk-ties/macclesfield-silk-tie-80.html.
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A little brighter than I expected; still shaping up to be a nice tie and it's been an awesome experience so far.

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beautiful.
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I have two swatch sets that are a random assortment of swatches I specifically picked out. One is grenadines (some grossa, some fina) and one is mostly dots/spots with some other random stuff mixed in (paisley, Macclesfields, and other random stuff). Will mail them to the first person to PM me for each.
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Is this how they dye the fabric? with a paintbrush once the pattern is cut???
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A little brighter than I expected; still shaping up to be a nice tie and it's been an awesome experience so far.
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I think that's them dying the wool interlining so it won't show through the weave of the grenadine.
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I think that's them dying the wool interlining so it won't show through the weave of the grenadine.

Yeah, that's the interlining, not the actual tie. It's a nice touch.
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Yeah, that's the interlining, not the actual tie. It's a nice touch.

Ahhhh.... gotcha - mind is unblown - things make sense again. Still a cool touch smile.gif
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Thread Starter 
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I think that's them dying the wool interlining so it won't show through the weave of the grenadine.
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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

Yeah, that's the interlining, not the actual tie. It's a nice touch.

yurp. noticed it on mine too. awesome.
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I proposed last night and she said yes, gentlemen.  I'm still not sure which tie I will wear at my wedding, but I definitely want to get myself a chocolate fina as a self wedding gift.  

 

Now, I just have to convince my parents that renting a tuxedo is NOT the classiest way to go.

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Congrats and best wishes to you both.
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Al in Philly View Post

I proposed last night and she said yes, gentlemen.  I'm still not sure which tie I will wear at my wedding, but I definitely want to get myself a chocolate fina as a self wedding gift.

MAZAL TOV!!!!!!!!

thats a good gift. smile.gif  
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Now, I just have to convince my parents that renting a tuxedo is NOT the classiest way to go.

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If you were to have one of these for your only navy tie, which one would you get:

This: http://www.samhober.com/diamond-weave-silk-ties/navy-diamond-weave-silk-tie-4.html

or This: http://www.samhober.com/diamond-weave-silk-ties/midnight-blue-diamond-weave-silk-tie-2.html

i.e. navy or dark navy diamond weave (Yes, the link says different, but I swear it directs you there)
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Originally Posted by Gauss17 View Post

If you were to have one of these for your only navy tie, which one would you get:
This: http://www.samhober.com/diamond-weave-silk-ties/navy-diamond-weave-silk-tie-4.html
or This: http://www.samhober.com/diamond-weave-silk-ties/midnight-blue-diamond-weave-silk-tie-2.html
i.e. navy or dark navy diamond weave (Yes, the link says different, but I swear it directs you there)

I'd go with the dark navy, but personally I'd choose the dark navy grenadine grossa.
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