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Any chance of making these patterns as pocket squares? love them

The gunclub? I'm not sure I'd carry them, but I might be able to have a one off made. What size would you be interested in?

 

On the subject of squares, I have 5 new designs coming in January. Large medallion prints with a coloured border and handrolled egdes. Shades of navy, forest green, burgundy, purple & yellow.

They look fab, can't wait to show you. 

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The gunclub? I'm not sure I'd carry them, but I might be able to have a one off made. What size would you be interested in?

On the subject of squares, I have 5 new designs coming in January. Large medallion prints with a coloured border and handrolled egdes. Shades of navy, forest green, burgundy, purple & yellow.
They look fab, can't wait to show you. 
HI Harry hope you had a great Christmas. Please reply to my email when you get a chance.

Thanks
post #229 of 561
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Just a quick reminder that I am still offering free shipping on all orders until the end of this year. Use the code 'freeship' on checkout. This won't be a promotion I'll be running in the new year :devil:

 

Also, I only have one of each of the following styles remaining, so if you are considering, act now as these won't be restocked in the immediate future:

 

Rust Grenadine Fina

 

 

Silver Grenadine Fina

 

 

Navy Macclesfield Pindot

 

 

Plus, I have the following ties on sale, which will end in early Jan. Stock is limited on these too

 

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post #230 of 561
How much lighter is the Green silk print medallions? I do prefer a substantial tie but that price is too good to pass..
post #231 of 561
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How much lighter is the Green silk print medallions? I do prefer a substantial tie but that price is too good to pass..

It is rather light. You might be disappointed if you prefer a heavier tie. 

 

Having said that the silk is lovely and no problems with the knot it ties. I would have just chosen a heavier interlining next time. Would work well in the summer IMO, especially with a linen suit. 

post #232 of 561
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The gunclub? I'm not sure I'd carry them, but I might be able to have a one off made. What size would you be interested in?

On the subject of squares, I have 5 new designs coming in January. Large medallion prints with a coloured border and handrolled egdes. Shades of navy, forest green, burgundy, purple & yellow.
They look fab, can't wait to show you. 
The madders...
post #233 of 561
The rust madder is awesome. We may want to consider rolled tips next time....
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The madders...

Oh yeah sure. Madder squares will hopefully be something on the horizon. Will have some other really nice squares in the next couple of weeks too.

 

My only concern with turning this fabric into squares is that I think unique square designs (i.e. with a gap between the border) look better/more versatile than completely solid pattern. I'm on the case though!

 

For example (random google pic) (Click to show)
post #235 of 561
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The rust madder is awesome. We may want to consider rolled tips next time....

Did you mean the grenadine above? All Madders in Jan will have rolled tips. Grenadines will come in both varieties. 

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Oh yeah sure. Madder squares will hopefully be something on the horizon. Will have some other really nice squares in the next couple of weeks too.

My only concern with turning this fabric into squares is that I think unique square designs (i.e. with a gap between the border) look better/more versatile than completely solid pattern. I'm on the case though!
For example (random google pic) (Click to show)


I don't love the blocked edges on squares as shown above, varied tastes...
post #237 of 561
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I don't love the blocked edges on squares as shown above, varied tastes...

Agreed, it's down to a matter of preference. Will hopefully have something to suit most tastes...

post #238 of 561
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Hi Chaps,

 

Just wanted to wish you all a happy new year and to thank you for contributing to such a great start to H.N. White since I launched the brand here a few months ago.

 

All of your comments, feedback and the pictures you post are greatly appreciated. Here's to making some awesome new ties in 2016. I have some great stuff in store for you.

 

Cheers


Harry

post #239 of 561
Looking forward to the new stuff Harry

Have a good year!
post #240 of 561
Hello Harry, any plans of having weaved patterns instead of print?
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