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MTO group is now full! :)

 

Group MTO in tan/navy stripe shantung (Click to show)

 

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LAST CALL to reserve a spot. Only 1 left. Order goes in tomorrow.

 

Group MTO is by user request and available for all fabrics featured on the web-store (excluding silk matka and shantung grenadine). Simply send me a PM and we can get the ball rolling.

 

A member reached out to me about doing a MTO for the tan/navy striped shantung in 3.5" width by 58 inch length. I only have enough fabric for left for 4 more pieces.

 

Looking for 3 2more individual who is interested. Price is still the same - $93 USD + shipping charges. Lead time is 1-2 weeks.

 

Send me a PM or post here to sign up! :) 

 

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Followed and I'll take the Inaugural Ol' D.B. tie biggrin.gif
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Just some chunky knits.........(love them)

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Knits are indeed quite popular. Both brown and grey has now sold out

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Knits are indeed quite popular. Both brown and grey has now sold out

 

Why do your knit ties have to be narrow?:facepalm:


Any possibility I could order some wide ones?

And, how would you rate them vis-a-vis the Italian pointed-end ones?

 

Cheers,

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Why do your knit ties have to be narrow?:facepalm:


Any possibility I could order some wide ones?

And, how would you rate them vis-a-vis the Italian pointed-end ones?

 

Cheers,

 

I believe 6 cm is a fairly traditional width. No plans yet for a wider width.

 

Depends on what you're looking for:

 

German made ones pack the very distinct cri de la soie when you squeeze them. You won't know what a "crunchy" knit is until you've handled this thing! These feel slightly bulky and tie a larger than average knot. If you're 20 something and live in the city, this is for you.

 

Italian made have a softer handle, appear more casual (drape), much more airy, and tie a smaller knot. Being pointed-end, they are an ideal casual replacement for the traditional necktie.


Edited by conradwu - 11/5/13 at 6:44pm
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1 SPOT LEFT!

 

Got another group MTO going! 

 

Printed olive rosette 36oz silk foulard in 3.5 inch width by 58 inches. Currently looking for 3 2 1 more participant. Lead time 1-2 weeks.

 

PM me or post here if you're interested.  Price is $87 + shipping charges

 

 

Warning: Betelgeuse killin' it (Click to show)

Edited by conradwu - 11/5/13 at 9:42pm
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DB with Olive Shantung
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Love DBs :D

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well done, justin.
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Thanks Stitchy and Conrad! I love this fucking tie

I think I can wear it with everything its just so damn awesome icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Surprised no one's posted the best tie yet:

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