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Anyone have a solid reppe swatch set they would mind sending my way? I've got a diamond weave, solid grossa grenadine, and cashmere up for grabs via PM.

Edit: Sorry, should have been more clear. I've got swatch sets for those who want them. Not ties.
Edited by GradSchooler - 4/26/12 at 8:05am
post #977 of 5133
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cashmere up for grabs via PM.

I'll take the cashmere set! PM sent.
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Anyone have a solid reppe swatch set they would mind sending my way? I've got a diamond weave, solid grossa grenadine, and cashmere up for grabs via PM.
Edit: Sorry, should have been more clear. I've got swatch sets for those who want them. Not ties.

If you have the grenadine swatch set I will take that. PM sent.
post #979 of 5133
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Alan,
Actually, I think it has been more than a few years as we have been in Thailand for almost 5 years and we became friends when we were in Denver.
I hope that you enjoy your tie.
We just moved to Chiang Mai which has a very different feeling than Bangkok.
It is the second city of Thailand but it is nowhere near as big as Bangkok and is much friendlier.
The culture here has a very nice feeling a little bit like living in a southern city.

I have heard that Chiang Mai is an awesome city. I hear it is cecoming artsy and such. I'd love to get out there at some point. My girlfriend is spending a couple days there next week actually before going to Cambodia.
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I am looking for a swatch set of the reppe solid as well.  David doesn't have any available.

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Calidist,

We probably do have swatch sets of the solid reppes - but we are not finished moving yet hence the delay - my apologies...
Sometime next week all will be well again.
Also we have many, many new silks in the works.

Sounds exciting David! Can't wait to see the new silks.
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Have the garza fina swatches, and I am ready to send them out to the next interested person. Of course, with the obligation to pass them along. First person who sends me a PM "wins."

My choices out of the batch: Royal Blue, Sage Green, Dark Chocolate (or may have been bitter), Silver/Charcoal. All four are stunning!
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PM sent.

Too slow.
Edited by LeviMay - 4/28/12 at 11:32am
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And GONE! My work here is done.
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Also we have many, many new silks in the works.

That sounds appetizing. Will they be printed silks, or are you also experimenting with woven patterns/other weaves?
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When should we expect to see these new silks? Don't leave me in suspense too long bounce2.gif
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David,

 

Any idea when the red and burgundy cashmere will be restocked?

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David, enjoy, I just took my family to chang mai for vacation, we had a blast
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RogerC,
We will be working with many new silks both printed and woven - including new grenadines.

That sounds interesting. Will there also be patterned grenadines?
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Has anyone noticed any difference between the shape or size of knots produced by 6-fold and 3-fold ties? I'm planning on making an order soon, but can't decide wether to go with 3 or 6. I've got a 6-fold and the knot is perfect. Just wondering if there will be a big difference going down to 3-fold.
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