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I agree. I'm a bit underwhelmed as well. But still thought it worth sharing.

 

I don't disagree with you there. Hoping they will add some more feature-rich information about the M&E ranges and add e-shop functionality...

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@jrd617, I have an odd jacket made up in that Lovat I believe and it's awesome. The below photo is from a fit picture I took after a day wearing a navy suit vs. a combination I would actually wear, but it looks fantastic paired with light blue and ecru shirts.
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can u take a picture of the jacket on the hanger? quality on that one is very washed out, cant see anything
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can u take a picture of the jacket on the hanger? quality on that one is very washed out, cant see anything

The close-up picture is better quality. The full one on the hanger is still a bit washed out but better than before. Hopefully this will give you a sense of what it looks like made up.
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The Goldfinger tweed seems to be going nowhere with Reid (I've emailed them multiple times), but look what I bought for myself today...

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Gross.
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Did somebody say something? I have a few trolls on block
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Can anyone recommend any Gabardine books? and what is a good weight for gabardine?
thanks
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Some would say there is no good weight for gabardine.

Apart from that, Holland & Sherry has what appears to be a decent selection.
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Thread Starter 
12 is about right for gab. It's an odd cloth though. hot at any weight. if made too light, it doesn't perform well at all. At 12 ounces, it hangs nicely but it's a niche suit.
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I refer this question to the Lesser experts among us. I just came across some solid grey plain weave coth numbered 30306. Any idea which book this is/was from?
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8-9oz tropical. Great book, I have a mid-blue from it that has held up very well for five years now.
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Some would say there is no good weight for gabardine.
Apart from that, Holland & Sherry has what appears to be a decent selection.
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post

12 is about right for gab. It's an odd cloth though. hot at any weight. if made too light, it doesn't perform well at all. At 12 ounces, it hangs nicely but it's a niche suit.

thanks
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Would anyone happen to know this fabric?
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Anyone familiar with this Yorkshire maker? I love the look of it.  this mohair is around 8-9 oz, curious to know where in the formality spectrum a standard 2B SB would be in this cloth

 

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@Grammaton Cleric
@archibaldleach
@dieworkwear
@Odd I/O
@bertie
@fassbinder
@zbromer
@DavidLane
@gdl203
@jerrybrowne

OK guys - sorry for the delays on this flannel project. It turns out Fox couldn't weave the color we liked on the earlier samples as a heavier woolen, only as an 11 oz worsted. They've gotten back to us with this yarn, which they can make up as a heavy woolen. It's a touch less brown than the earlier swatch, but I think very nice. Let me know what you think. If you're interested you can also PM me or email david@nomanwalksalone.com.



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