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post #6766 of 11398
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Originally Posted by jebarne View Post

+1 on Huddersfield.

 

I'm into order number 4 for lightweight suits with fabric I ordered from them.

 

Every week I get their specials and about every 3rd one I order something.

 

I'm signed up to their mailing list too, but I've never bought from them. 

 

I thought you had to have a business account with them? 

 

Will they actually sell to us plebs?

post #6767 of 11398
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Originally Posted by PapaRubbery View Post

I'm signed up to their mailing list too, but I've never bought from them. 

I thought you had to have a business account with them? 

Will they actually sell to us plebs?

I have purchased from them on two occasions. Fabrics are great as is the service. I have never asked - just purchased and I will purchase more on the future.
post #6768 of 11398
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Originally Posted by Burton View Post

I have purchased from them on two occasions. Fabrics are great as is the service. I have never asked - just purchased and I will purchase more on the future.
The service is superb.
I ordered the beige cavalry twill last week. Their logistic man sent me a length of donegal by mistake, so they resent the right one and leave the donegal to me as a gift:icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #6769 of 11398

I ordered 2 fabrics and they were at my house within a week. They take paypal.
 

post #6770 of 11398
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Originally Posted by Burton View Post


I have purchased from them on two occasions. Fabrics are great as is the service. I have never asked - just purchased and I will purchase more on the future.


BTW, I don't know if I'm violating a forum rule of some kind, but I got tired of looking at the huddersfield cloth specials and not remembering which were dupes and which were new. On their site, they don't have a section showing all the sale cloth, so I built the attached spreadsheet to list all the fabrics and sale prices..

 

I wanted to sort on weight and then compare lightweight navy for a blazer.

 

at any rate, I will post this with the proviso that I could have made an error in importing the emails, they could have run out of some patterns, and they could stop they program tomorrow. However, if it useful to anyone, here it is.

 

Huddersfield Specials - 07-01-2013.pdf 1,879k .pdf file
post #6771 of 11398
I saw some Belvest cotton suits in a store last summer that were just about shirting weight. They actually sat on the body pretty well but I have no idea how it would look after a few hours. I'm sure it would wrinkle a lot, and it wouldn't last forever, but they had a nice shape.
post #6772 of 11398
If anyone is interested, I have HuddersfieldCloth.com / Thomas Fisher cotton suiting for sale in my sig.
post #6773 of 11398
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

some amazing ties can be made from this...

Way to heavy for ties...
post #6774 of 11398
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Originally Posted by NewYorkIslander View Post

Way to heavy for ties...
figured. why not keep for original intended use?
post #6775 of 11398
Anybody have anything made up from the LL Fox Flannel offerings?
post #6776 of 11398
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Originally Posted by Slickman View Post

Anybody have anything made up from the LL Fox Flannel offerings?

I had the 'Eden in Paris' vol.1 before I worn the suit out. It is an excellent cloth to wear and tailors great, however it is quiet a old school stiff flannel, not everyone's cup of tea.

Also I wish the patterns are brighter, nevermind it is one of the best flannel I had encountered.
post #6777 of 11398
I'm pretty sure the first edition of the eden in paris flannel was a lighter weight offering than the version that's in the new book of LL flannel offerings.
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Originally Posted by add911_11 View Post

I had the 'Eden in Paris' vol.1 before I worn the suit out. It is an excellent cloth to wear and tailors great, however it is quiet a old school stiff flannel, not everyone's cup of tea.

Also I wish the patterns are brighter, nevermind it is one of the best flannel I had encountered.
post #6778 of 11398
Was thinking to go for the navy chalkstripe they offer instead of the minnis, although Minnis has yet to fail me, if it ain't broke, can we still fix it?
post #6779 of 11398
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Originally Posted by jebarne View Post


BTW, I don't know if I'm violating a forum rule of some kind, but I got tired of looking at the huddersfield cloth specials and not remembering which were dupes and which were new. On their site, they don't have a section showing all the sale cloth, so I built the attached spreadsheet to list all the fabrics and sale prices..

I wanted to sort on weight and then compare lightweight navy for a blazer.

at any rate, I will post this with the proviso that I could have made an error in importing the emails, they could have run out of some patterns, and they could stop they program tomorrow. However, if it useful to anyone, here it is.

Huddersfield Specials - 07-01-2013.pdf 1879k .pdf file

Thank you. I do not believe there is any rule against helping fellow forumites out. smile.gif
post #6780 of 11398
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Originally Posted by Slickman View Post

Was thinking to go for the navy chalkstripe they offer instead of the minnis, although Minnis has yet to fail me, if it ain't broke, can we still fix it?

Minis is great stuff and would not fix what is not broken, but I believe you will be pleasantly surprised by Huddersfield if you should choose to order from them.
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