Haha. My order shipped March 8 via registered airmail. David says to allow three weeks for delivery, but from what I've gathered reading this thread, it's usually only about two weeks. Keeping my fingers crossed!
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A Sam (and David) Hober Tie Appreciation Thread - Page 112post #1666 of 65633/19/13 at 1:22pmpost #1667 of 65633/19/13 at 2:10pmpost #1668 of 65633/20/13 at 3:42ampost #1669 of 65633/20/13 at 4:34ampost #1670 of 65633/20/13 at 5:36amQuote:Originally Posted by ddgdl
Images of the new macclesfields are up!
Hmm, since I posted that link, it seems to have changed to http://www.samhober.com/macclesfield-printed-silk-ties/post #1671 of 65633/20/13 at 5:37ampost #1672 of 65633/20/13 at 5:37ampost #1673 of 65633/20/13 at 6:07amQuote:
Unfortunately not mine . It was a pic taken from earlier in this thread of one someone else's 6-fold Hober grenatines. Just thought it looked awesome, lol. Fortunately though, I'll be getting my own dark navy grenadine from Hober soon, although mine will be the standard 4-fold.post #1674 of 65633/20/13 at 6:13amQuote:Originally Posted by ddgdl
Images of the new Rough Thai Silk are up now too - http://www.samhober.com/rough-thai-silk-ties/
These look great. So are these shantung? I know shantung is a rough silk fabric as well, but is there a difference between shantung and these? Definitely some great summer ties, I particularly like the burnt orange and ocean blue.post #1675 of 65633/20/13 at 6:21ampost #1676 of 65633/20/13 at 6:41ampost #1677 of 65633/20/13 at 6:45ampost #1678 of 65633/20/13 at 7:06amQuote:Originally Posted by Sam Hober
Your question is a good one.
I will answer in general about all ties not only ours.
You need to start with thinking what you would like to endup with as the weight of your tie.
So if you are thinking of something light it would be a good idea to go with a 3 fold tie. Or 4-fold for grenadines as the fourth fold does not add weight but helps with a grenadine's durability.
If you like heavy ties consider a 6 fold. Or perhaps a unlined 7-fold - although 7-folds wrinkle more and do not hold their shape as well as a lined 6-fold.
There is normally no need to consider a tie heavier than a 6-fold unless the fabric is very light then you can consider an 8-fold to add more weight.
So it becomes part science thinking of the fabric weight with a bit of art/craft balancing the different constructions into the final product.
In the end quality depends on working slowly with hand craftmanship.
Great explanation David. So what types of fabrics would you consider light enough to warrant considering an 8-fold tie?post #1679 of 65633/20/13 at 7:41ampost #1680 of 65633/20/13 at 8:51am
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