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For Sale: William Halstead Millionaire wool, Woodhouse hopsack, Loro Piana fabrics

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This Classified is Closed

For Sale:
William Halstead Millionaire wool, Woodhouse hopsack, Loro Piana fabrics

Will Ship To: Anywhere

A few fabrics for sale:

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Super 180's "Millionaire" wool, grey twill, 8/9oz. Retail is $350+a yard, my price $325 for the 4 yard piece, will also sell 2 yard piece for trousers for $175.

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Taylor and Lodge superfine wool/linen. Blend is 60 linen/ 40 wool. Lightweight, great summer/spring trousers, sportcoat or suit. Finish is dry and smooth. $60/yard

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Holland and Sherry lambswool/silk blue/white Donegal, 11/12oz. 2 yard piece (actually 1 yard 34 inches), 62 inch width. $100 (SOLD)

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Loro Piana blue (a shade or two lighter than navy) super 120's wool hopsack. Finish is soft and silky. A ridiculously beautiful fabric for a sportcoat. 10/11oz. $80/yard (SOLD)

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Loro Piana navy hopsack, same as above but in navy. 2.25 yard piece. $160 (SOLD)

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Woodhouse Super 180's wool and cashmere blue with white stripes. This is a lightweight fresco-like weave, ideal for spring/summer. Would make an outstanding summer suit in a super luxe fabric that is no longer available. $80/yard (SOLD)

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Woodhouse 4 ply navy Saxony wool, 14oz. Bulletproof wool for a workhouse suit or trousers. $80/yd (SOLD)

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Edited by edmorel - 2/29/16 at 7:25am
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Would the lord piano blue not be suitable for pants?

post #3 of 12

How much yardage is typically required to make a pair of pants?

post #4 of 12
Thread Starter 
The LP hopsack is not suitable for pants and typically 1.5 yards is enough for a pair of pants.
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The LP hopsack is not suitable for pants and typically 1.5 yards is enough for a pair of pants.

Anyone you recommend in the NY area?

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I'd recommend Ed. Lol
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

I'd recommend Ed. Lol

Lol. Not sure if I can afford him!

 

How much to turn the H&S into pants?

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You'd be surprised. The price of the pants is amazing when weighed against the immense value of them

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Good to see these!
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Sad I missed out on that H&S, should have moved faster.

 

Anything that would make a good throw blanket?

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I see it's sold out, but I'm quite interested in the fabric, can you let me know what book the wool/silk donegal is from?

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doubt it's made anymore.

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