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post #61 of 4910
one question for hober - why does borrelli do their 7 fold unlined horizontally and you do it diagonally?
post #62 of 4910
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!
post #63 of 4910
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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 #64 of 4910
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.
post #65 of 4910
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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.

Cuz you are a pussy
post #66 of 4910
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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.

+1. slightly more than I like to spend on neckwear, but grails abound.
post #67 of 4910
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Cuz you are a pussy

Shut up and sell me a suit for cheap!
post #68 of 4910
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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.

Small timer.
post #69 of 4910
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Small timer.

Dont start, you.
post #70 of 4910
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Dont start, you.

I find it odd that you don't even have one, though. Seems with the amount of love he gets around here that most well known members have atleast tried them out. There are so many options to choose from whenever I browse I just get overwhelmed. I really want to give one of those striped grenadines a try though, so cool!
post #71 of 4910
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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.

ima mess you up bad spoo, you manipulating manipulator
post #72 of 4910
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ima mess you up bad spoo, you manipulating manipulator

Im good at bringing teh money out of pockets
post #73 of 4910
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Im good at bringing teh money out of pockets

oh it was great advise alright but its now my goal to make sure you have one. even if i have to buy it for you.
post #74 of 4910
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oh it was great advise alright but its now my goal to make sure you have one. even if i have to buy it for you.

Quoted to prevent welching
post #75 of 4910
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Quoted to prevent welching

pm me before your birthday if you dont have one by then. you can quote that too.
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