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Originally Posted by pinkpanther View Post

Very true.  This will be my last order. Probably. I think.  We'll have to see.

You haven't lived now if you have not yet purchased one of those lovely madder silks. You will not be truly living in the future if you do not partake in David's future offerings.
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You will not be truly living in the future if you do not partake in David's future offerings.

 

I did include the new oxford weave swatch set in my latest order...icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

post #2058 of 5325
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Originally Posted by archibaldleach View Post

...convincing myself that one type of grenadine (grossa) is sufficient.

This is utter nonsense. There is absolutely a need for grenadine finas in a well-rounded collection. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by pinkpanther View Post

I...just...couldn't..take it anymore...
With all these ties being delivered, ordered and what not, I had to place my next order so I don't feel left out. laugh.gif


glad to help.

here are my additions. smile.gif



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Deets on how to get my ties to look as awesome as that grenadine??
post #2061 of 5325
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Originally Posted by mrjester View Post

Deets on how to get my ties to look as awesome as that grenadine??

That looks like the dark chocolate fina. I have the same one. nod[1].gif Specify no tipping and hand-rolled edges. It's an extra $10 but well worth it. It's how I order all my Hober ties, and it makes me hate my tipped ties without rolled edges.
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Originally Posted by mrjester View Post

Deets on how to get my ties to look as awesome as that grenadine?


as noted above, six fold, untipped with hand rolled edges. money.
post #2063 of 5325
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

as noted above, six fold, untipped with hand rolled edges. money.

Beautiful ties, Stitches! All my Hober grenadines have been four fold. Do you prefer the six fold? Going to go for an unlined seven fold as soon as navy fina is back in stock.
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Awesome stitches! I have both of those and love them. Much love for the dark chocolate fina of course. One of my favorite ties. But that green challis is also a truly great color. Your photography is better than mine, so guys take note, that is a very versatile green tie!
post #2065 of 5325
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post


glad to help.

here are my additions. smile.gif



The green is freaking great!

post #2066 of 5325
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Originally Posted by tdude View Post

Awesome stitches! I have both of those and love them. Much love for the dark chocolate fina of course. One of my favorite ties. But that green challis is also a truly great color. Your photography is better than mine, so guys take note, that is a very versatile green tie!

is that the bitter chocolate?
post #2067 of 5325
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Originally Posted by mkarim View Post


is that the bitter chocolate?

My bet is this.

 

http://www.samhober.com/grenadine-fina-solid-ties/dark-chocolate-grenadine-fina-silk-tie-5.html

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Originally Posted by Flyswatter View Post

Beautiful ties, Stitches! All my Hober grenadines have been four fold. Do you prefer the six fold? Going to go for an unlined seven fold as soon as navy fina is back in stock.

thanks! i actually asked david, and he recommended 6 fold on these. almost all my hobers are 6 fold, they do a supreme job with it.
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Originally Posted by tdude View Post

Awesome stitches! I have both of those and love them. Much love for the dark chocolate fina of course. One of my favorite ties. But that green challis is also a truly great color. Your photography is better than mine, so guys take note, that is a very versatile green tie!

iphone bro. smile.gif

thanks, the green is amazing.
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Originally Posted by Ulsterman View Post

The green is freaking great!

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Originally Posted by mkarim View Post

is that the bitter chocolate?

yes sirs. bitter chocolate grenadine fina #5.
post #2069 of 5325

Stitchy those are insane - that green challis is so pretty!

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Taking out one of my Hober's for a bit of fresh air today.

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