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Poll Results: Would you be interested in buying a bi-color knit tie for $50?

 
  • 73% (19)
    yes
  • 26% (7)
    no
26 Total Votes  
post #16 of 42
I'd prefer a triangular end as well and a MTO program definitely sounds awesome
post #17 of 42
Dunno how I missed this the first time around. I prefer square ends, would definitely be interested. If you're looking for some "different" color combinations, a couple of speculations that may come out terrible but just off the top of my head I would be interested in - blogger blue and a faded pastel-type yellow. medium green and khaki.
post #18 of 42
I'm in icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #19 of 42
Triangular end an I'm IN!
post #20 of 42
Count me in too if there is a point end.
post #21 of 42

I'm new but still in. Great idea.

post #22 of 42

Veeeeery interested. 

post #23 of 42
Point-end, brown and blue, and I'm in.
post #24 of 42
Interested.
post #25 of 42
Square ends. Front blade grass green. Back blade periwinkle or carolina blue. Derek, are you going to have the factory attach a Die, Workwear! label of your own design? Cause that would be awesome.

And is it possible to manufacture a knit tie with diagonal stripes. Like a repp knit? I'm assuming not because I've never seen one.
post #26 of 42
Well Derek, I think you got your answer!
post #27 of 42
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by matty long legs View Post

Square ends. Front blade grass green. Back blade periwinkle or carolina blue. Derek, are you going to have the factory attach a Die, Workwear! label of your own design? Cause that would be awesome.
And is it possible to manufacture a knit tie with diagonal stripes. Like a repp knit? I'm assuming not because I've never seen one.

I've been wanting to start my own company for a while now, but only as a side project. My current occupation is too full time for me to do anything serious, but maybe doing really small runs, mostly for SF enthusiasts, would be a nice first step. smile.gif

I may put labels on them, but they won't be called Die, Workwear. I took a total of five seconds to name my blog when I first started it because I didn't think I'd do more than post a few photos. If I could do it over again, I probably wouldn't have called it Die, Workwear. Will have to think of a name for the line, if I decide to start one.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Well Derek, I think you got your answer!

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Edited by dieworkwear - 4/9/12 at 9:14pm
post #28 of 42
Die

I am very interested. Would you be able to produce a baby/light blue with white polka dot, pointed end, 2.75"-3" width, silk knit tie? I'd be interested in other colors/styles too. Especially the orange triangle one that Spoo sold for $300! True story
post #29 of 42
Quote:
Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

I've been wanting to start my own company for a while now, but only as a side project. My current occupation is too full time for me to do anything serious, but maybe doing really small runs, mostly for SF enthusiasts, would be a nice first step. smile.gif
I may put labels on them, but they won't be called Die, Workwear. I took a total of five seconds to name my blog when I first started it because I didn't think I'd do more than post a few photos. If I could do it over again, I probably wouldn't have called it Die, Workwear. Will have to think of a name for the line, if I decide to start one.
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Sorry, man, that's how life is. You think, if we started all over, that we'd pick Spartan Red as the main color of the forum?
post #30 of 42
Would be willing to commit to a triangle end.
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