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post #181 of 5707
Nice tie and pics, JohnnyCrockett. (And thanks.)



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Originally Posted by quar View Post
About to make my first order.

Was definitely going no label, but would it be crazy to go no keeper? I never use the keeper.

Coincidence"”I was thinking about that today. I don't use it either.
post #182 of 5707
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post #183 of 5707
JohnnyCrockett I'm curious, could you please show us the knot? Congratulations on this gorgeous tie!!! Iñaki
post #184 of 5707
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Originally Posted by vesses View Post
latest Hobers...hand rolled egdes



What is the fabric number for the one on the left?
post #185 of 5707
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Originally Posted by vesses View Post
latest Hobers...hand rolled egdes

What is the fabric number for the one on the left?

I'd be willing to bet the tie on the left is the same as mine, Macclesfield #69.

http://www.samhober.com/macclesfield...lk-tie-69.html
post #186 of 5707
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Originally Posted by vesses View Post
yep
Thanks.
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Originally Posted by quar View Post
About to make my first order.

Was definitely going no label, but would it be crazy to go no keeper? I never use the keeper.
Erm, would still keep the keeper. You never know...
post #187 of 5707
waiting for my swatches. For those in NY - how long does it take for items to arrive via mail from Hober once he mails them out?
post #188 of 5707
Grenadine noob here; how delicate is the material and will it snag easily?
post #189 of 5707
Not delicate, but snags easily.
post #190 of 5707
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post
waiting for my swatches. For those in NY - how long does it take for items to arrive via mail from Hober once he mails them out?
ThinkDerm, We mail swatch requests within one or two days. To New York it takes on average 2 weeks for airmail - which we use for swatches. 3 weeks for registered airmail which we use for orders 1 week for express mail (EMS) with tracking Note that all times are on average sometimes faster and sometimes slower. The US mail is not the best sadly; as a reference point it takes about half the time to reach England or Northern Europe using the same class of mail.
post #191 of 5707
David - I think I am close to pulling the trigger on a few pieces. Whats the best way to get my order to you?
post #192 of 5707
my swatches are probably stuck in the mail somewhere... it's been over three weeks. note to all: do the 1 week EMS with tracking for orders.
post #193 of 5707
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
David - I think I am close to pulling the trigger on a few pieces. Whats the best way to get my order to you?
SpooPoker, For questions please email me at: customerservice@samhober.com All orders go through our website so that we can keep track of them. However, I am very happy to help you with placing the order. ThinkDerm, Email me next week and I will be happy to send you more swatches if yours have not arrived.
post #194 of 5707
Are these two the same tie?
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coolal

vessesthe left one

I can't seem to find it on the website.
post #195 of 5707
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Originally Posted by satanama View Post
JohnnyCrockett

I'm curious, could you please show us the knot? Congratulations on this gorgeous tie!!!

Iñaki

Will do the next time I wear, maybe sooner if I find the time.
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