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post #376 of 1429
Here are the colors I would like to do for the solids-



















I would like to add some kind of red and have some rewards members vote or post some colors that they would like to see made.
post #377 of 1429
Damn, #s 2 and 3 of the solids look killer. Will they be available with other collars?
post #378 of 1429

I like the ombre gray one a lot. Will buy in a t shirt or sweatshirt. 

post #379 of 1429
1, 2, 3 of the solids are fantastic. Would love the gray, purple, and pink ombré in oxfords
post #380 of 1429
The first two ombres would make cool t-shirts, although I'm a weirdo and only wear scoop / u-necks.
post #381 of 1429
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Mauro View Post

Here are some ideas for the ombré poplin and oxfords. I also thought it would be cool to make some tees this way.















I like the green the best. Kinda unique while also having a spring vibe. The pink/blue and purple/white are nice too. 

post #382 of 1429

+1 on ombre t-shirts

post #383 of 1429
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The first two ombres would make cool t-shirts, although I'm a weirdo and only wear scoop / u-necks.

Scoop/U Neck would be awesome

post #384 of 1429
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Here are the colors I would like to do for the solids-







I would like to add some kind of red and have some rewards members vote or post some colors that they would like to see made.

Mauro, these two shirts look killer. Can you provide some insight into what the details of these are? First one looks like a washed all cotton pique type of material, second one looks like chambray or a linen blend?
post #385 of 1429
There were some denim looking linen shirts posted a few months ago. I want to see those made.
post #386 of 1429
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post

Mauro, these two shirts look killer. Can you provide some insight into what the details of these are? First one looks like a washed all cotton pique type of material, second one looks like chambray or a linen blend?

If anyone hasn't clicked on this image to see the full-size version, the texture on this thing looks insane:


post #387 of 1429

I'm also drawn to those pastel blues and purples (and reds) with some texture to the fabric. On a similar note, I did an experiment with my sea blue bamboo/sorona tee. It was a bit too bright for my liking, so I used 'Dharma Dyehouse Color Remover'  that I had left over from indigo dying.  The results were crazy, the moment it went in the pot it went to bright purple, then faded slowly into a charcoal gray over a minute or two.  Then it changed into a brown that turned into pumpkin orange, and I pulled it out at a shade of beige since the blotchiness was gone.  Then, as I hung it on the line to dry, it changed once last time from beige to this light pastel green.  I really like the color, and would love to see some more tees in these subtle hues. Ecru and a washed out red would be nice.

post #388 of 1429
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

If anyone hasn't clicked on this image to see the full-size version, the texture on this thing looks insane:



The texture is neat. It's an open weave. Monti, the creators of the fabric are really pushing it. It's a summer shirt for sure.
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post

Mauro, these two shirts look killer. Can you provide some insight into what the details of these are? First one looks like a washed all cotton pique type of material, second one looks like chambray or a linen blend?

The first shirt is not a pique in the traditional sense. Think of it more like a grenadine tie. It's 100% cotton that we have treated to give it a specific look. When I find my swatch card I will show your what the fabric looks like before wash. It's totally different. Not just in look but in feel.

The stormy blue gray is a a treated linen that went through similar treatments like the green shirt.

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Originally Posted by mattynz1 View Post

I'm also drawn to those pastel blues and purples (and reds) with some texture to the fabric. On a similar note, I did an experiment with my sea blue bamboo/sorona tee. It was a bit too bright for my liking, so I used 'Dharma Dyehouse Color Remover'  that I had left over from indigo dying.  The results were crazy, the moment it went in the pot it went to bright purple, then faded slowly into a charcoal gray over a minute or two.  Then it changed into a brown that turned into pumpkin orange, and I pulled it out at a shade of beige since the blotchiness was gone.  Then, as I hung it on the line to dry, it changed once last time from beige to this light pastel green.  I really like the color, and would love to see some more tees in these subtle hues. Ecru and a washed out red would be nice.


Thanks for changing my designs, lol. That was a cool experiment. The tee fits you perfectly.


I spoke with my supplier that knits my bamboo sorona. He is going to make me some special fabric. For this Spring/Summer I will use 135 gram like always. However, for fall I am having a 225/250 gram heavy weight. That's a nice little jump from the 175gram I was using.
Considering the properties of the cloth a 225/250 will make a crucial layering piece.
He is also making me bamboo sorona "French Terry" for sweatshirts and sweat pants....... game over, I win.
post #389 of 1429
wow colors are looking sick icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #390 of 1429
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Originally Posted by Mauro View Post


The texture is neat. It's an open weave. Monti, the creators of the fabric are really pushing it. It's a summer shirt for sure.
The first shirt is not a pique in the traditional sense. Think of it more like a grenadine tie. It's 100% cotton that we have treated to give it a specific look. When I find my swatch card I will show your what the fabric looks like before wash. It's totally different. Not just in look but in feel.

The stormy blue gray is a a treated linen that went through similar treatments like the green shirt.
Thanks for changing my designs, lol. That was a cool experiment. The tee fits you perfectly.


I spoke with my supplier that knits my bamboo sorona. He is going to make me some special fabric. For this Spring/Summer I will use 135 gram like always. However, for fall I am having a 225/250 gram heavy weight. That's a nice little jump from the 175gram I was using.
Considering the properties of the cloth a 225/250 will make a crucial layering piece.
He is also making me bamboo sorona "French Terry" for sweatshirts and sweat pants....... game over, I win.

mauro i'd never get to wear a bamboo sweatshirt my girlfriend would steal it forever

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