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post #106 of 301
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Great pics GC - bold lapels, interesting lining; keen to see how that comes out!

Thank you very much for your compliments ... I also can not wait to be finished ... really ... but now I am more photos and the public.

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And here's the other details of my second test ... look at the line of the lapels and the gracefully on his hip.

 

 

post #108 of 301
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Awful tie. Don't like the jacket shoulders. Pants are comical.

How are the pants comical? confused.gif
post #109 of 301
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How are the pants comical? confused.gif

Hideous (IMHO) tie fabric used for belt. I initially thought it was the pants waistband that the tie fabric
was used for. So, the pants,per se may not be comical. just the belt.
post #110 of 301
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Hideous (IMHO) tie fabric used for belt. I initially thought it was the pants waistband that the tie fabric
was used for. So, the pants,per se may not be comical. just the belt.

Ah well .... sure the pants are not comedians ... they have very nice finishes ... also I have done to make pants with side lacing .. now I will show you the photos.

post #111 of 301
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And here's my last Pirozzi pants ... that gray flannel is a very old .. while the other 2 are more recent .. I got them all to always Vecchio Drappiere. Look at that finish ...

 

 

 

 

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Hideous (IMHO) tie fabric used for belt. I initially thought it was the pants waistband that the tie fabric
was used for. So, the pants,per se may not be comical. just the belt.

Got it - certainly don't disagree there.
post #113 of 301
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Hideous (IMHO) tie fabric used for belt. I initially thought it was the pants waistband that the tie fabric
was used for. So, the pants,per se may not be comical. just the belt.

Nice pictures Gianni - why the dark thread on the yellow pants as opposed to a less contrasting color?
post #114 of 301
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Nice pictures Gianni - why the dark thread on the yellow pants as opposed to a less contrasting color?

Thanks for your comment .... I wanted them to do with dark seams because I love the contrasts ... and so you see even more all the stitching done by hand ... share? You would have done the seams do yellow and blue, right? They were nice though.

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Is there a functional reason to have the pleats stitched down, or is it purely for looks?
post #116 of 301
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Is there a functional reason to have the pleats stitched down, or is it purely for looks?
These are reinforced "bridge" stitch that help reinforced those seams, the same you get near the side pockets even in RTW trousers (albeit these are "bridge" hand ebroider) and on the pleats they also help keep it down as the pleats are not fixed into the waistband due to the hip/watch pockets.
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These are reinforced "bridge" stitch that help reinforced those seams, the same you get near the side pockets even in RTW trousers (albeit these are "bridge" hand ebroider) and on the pleats they also help keep it down as the pleats are not fixed into the waistband due to the hip/watch pockets.

 

In inglese a 'bar tack' is the name of this stitch.  Gorgeous trousers.

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These are reinforced "bridge" stitch that help reinforced those seams, the same you get near the side pockets even in RTW trousers (albeit these are "bridge" hand ebroider) and on the pleats they also help keep it down as the pleats are not fixed into the waistband due to the hip/watch pockets.

Thanks for your nice reply.

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In inglese a 'bar tack' is the name of this stitch.  Gorgeous trousers.

Thank you for your clarification

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Thanks for your comment .... I wanted them to do with dark seams because I love the contrasts ... and so you see even more all the stitching done by hand ... share? You would have done the seams do yellow and blue, right? They were nice though.

Thanks Gianni - those were indeed my thoughts, but interesting approach.
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