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post #16021 of 19918
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Originally Posted by lordsuperb View Post

Does anyone have 2m of the original oatmeal flannel?

If you don't find any, I'd take a look at the new Minnis flannel books. They've done a much better job with lighter colored flannels this time around. I'm going to be getting myself a few pairs made up at some point. Light / mid grey obviously, but also very impressed with the light fawn and fawn colors.
post #16022 of 19918
Can anyone ID this cloth?

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post #16023 of 19918
^ Well, I want it now. Wouldn't mind an answer either.
post #16024 of 19918
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Originally Posted by archibaldleach View Post

If you don't find any, I'd take a look at the new Minnis flannel books. They've done a much better job with lighter colored flannels this time around. I'm going to be getting myself a few pairs made up at some point. Light / mid grey obviously, but also very impressed with the light fawn and fawn colors.

I need the original oatmeal flannel for a jacket to match the pant and vest that I currently have. Thanks.
post #16025 of 19918
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Originally Posted by ericgereghty View Post
 

Does anyone have an idea what happened to the Merino Brothers website? Looks like they're undergoing a site update...at least that's my hope, given that virtually their entire inventory is no longer showing up on site.


Yes, we are rebuilding a new website as the previous server was blocked in Mainland China:brick: . Sorry that it may take few more days to complete.

post #16026 of 19918
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Originally Posted by Merino Bros View Post
 


Yes, we are rebuilding a new website as the previous server was blocked in Mainland China:brick: . Sorry that it may take few more days to complete.

No need to apologize. I'm just relieved to know the site adjustment didn't hold more problematic answers.

 

I'll look forward to the new site!!

post #16027 of 19918

Minnis lambswool

post #16028 of 19918

Both of those are great.

post #16029 of 19918

Can't wait to see those made up, Pliny--especially the green herringbone tweed. 

post #16030 of 19918
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post
 

Both of those are great.

:satisfied:

 

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Originally Posted by heldentenor View Post
 

Can't wait to see those made up, Pliny--especially the green herringbone tweed. 

 

Ever since the green FC I've been looking for a med weight solid  green jacketing that isn't too..... green.  I  bought this Minnis online thinking it was blue, and in the pic above it still looks like an low saturation aqua/teal on my monitor. but in person under a magnifying glass there's pure grass-green threads.

post #16031 of 19918
It's that time of year again when I start thinking of what to get made up for next year.

Right now, I'm thinking of:

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Any one else have this made up recently?
post #16032 of 19918
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post

It's that time of year again when I start thinking of what to get made up for next year.

Right now, I'm thinking of:

Any one else have this made up recently?

 

Posted a pic in the WAYWRN thread this morning...I'm wearing mine today

 

post #16033 of 19918
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Originally Posted by PCK1 View Post

Posted a pic in the WAYWRN thread this morning...I'm wearing mine today

Thanks - that looks great. Is that the black/white or navy/ecru?
Edited by TRINI - 12/18/15 at 8:55am
post #16034 of 19918
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Originally Posted by PCK1 View Post

Posted a pic in the WAYWRN thread this morning...I'm wearing mine today



butbut.gif This should be posted in the double breasted style section....
post #16035 of 19918
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post


Thanks - that looks great. Is that the black/white or navy/ecru?

 

good 'ole black and white. 

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