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Brioni, Kiton, Santandrea, Borrelli, Sartoria Partenopea, Isaia.























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Henry Poole






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Hi All. I am a tailor who loves to sew these buttonholes.  If you wish to have them add to your suit jacket or sports jacket, please contact me at tailorgirl@aol.com.  Look forward to offering this service to you. 

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Can someone explain why the one buttonhole is spaced from the others?
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I think it's called "spaz"

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Found this thread which includes various book scans which you guys might find it helpful

http://www.cutterandtailor.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=779&st=0
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Wow.

That was a real treat.  Thank you.

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Hi,

This is such beautiful work, please could you tell me what thickness thread/brand you used for this buttonhole? I'm learning to make them from a book but I've found the gutermann silk twist quite fine for the wool flannel I'm working on, so I work quite tightly with the stitching to cover all the hairs but then it looks too strained...

 

Also... What does your reverse look like?: )

 

Thanks!

Anna

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One of mine.

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(from B&Tailorshop)


The precision on the pic stitching makes me happy to be alive.
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