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first is wool (midnight blue) and the nxt is satin (navy)
post #47 of 5274
A regular three fold cashmere, a tipped lined six-fold and the untipped one posted before.

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A regular three fold cashmere, a tipped lined six-fold and the untipped one posted before.


love the one on the right
post #49 of 5274
thank you david! that's cool. was just wondering if thai locals had an easier time ordering being much nearer and all.
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This thread is so dangerous to my pocketbook.
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This thread is so dangerous to my pocketbook.

That's the truth.
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This thread is so dangerous to my pocketbook.

You and me both, brother. Just ordered several fabric swatches. It's only a matter of time now until the raping and pillaging of my wallet begins.
post #53 of 5274
My Hober ties are easily my favorites.

Cross-posted from soporific thread--midnight navy and bright navy repp twill solids in unlined, untipped, true 7-fold construction.











Borrelli handwork comparison

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You and me both, brother. Just ordered several fabric swatches. It's only a matter of time now until the raping and pillaging of my wallet begins.

I couldn't have put it better myself...

And I'm trying SO hard to save for an engagement ring for my gf
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My Hober ties are easily my favorites. Cross-posted from soporific thread--midnight navy and bright navy repp twill solids in unlined, untipped, true 7-fold construction. Borrelli handwork comparison
lovely. however, the need for swatches is apparent. the colors are very different from hober's site.
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I actually went with the self-tipping rather than rolled edges. I believe the backside of this fabric is solid brown like this: http://www.samhober.com/macclesfield...square-34.html.





Sorry for the iPhone photos.

Thank you.
Awesome tie.

I like the self-tipping.
post #57 of 5274
one question for hober - why does borrelli do their 7 fold unlined horizontally and you do it diagonally?
post #58 of 5274
Diagonally looks better. Can't really tell unless you're up close but it's a nice touch.

David, haven't had the chance to try any of your ties yet but I look forward to when I can. Your tutorials for tie-making, PS making etc are hugely helpful! Really great stuff. Some of the neat patterns you make are drool worthy... Actually pretty much everything you make is drool worthy!
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I think this midnight blue 7-fold but instead with self-tipping will be my next one. Waiting on swatches currently.
post #60 of 5274
I hate clicking on this thread. There is so much want. I've been recommending David for years now based on things like this alone. Why dont I own a Hober yet? I think I need to get the ball rolling here.
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