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Originally Posted by tchoy View Post

Recently funded the Prince tweed is definitely one of my favourite offerings of LL tweeds.



Beautifully done, indeed. Congrats tchoy. I also like the color of the lining.

Im happy with this cloth too and couldnt resist making one up as well.
post #8087 of 11090

Really beautiful jacket tchoy.  Love the natural shoulder and sleevehead.

 

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Originally Posted by tchoy View Post

Recently funded the Prince tweed is definitely one of my favourite offerings of LL tweeds.


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Looking forward to 2014 with some of these LL beauties...Merry Christmas everyone!

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Originally Posted by tchoy View Post

No, it's made by bntailor.
Thanks David!
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Jacket looks incredible, tchoy! Any chance of fit pics?
post #8090 of 11090
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Originally Posted by Slewfoot View Post

Looking forward to 2014 with some of these LL beauties...Merry Christmas everyone!


Wow! Any specific plans on how to make up each one?
post #8091 of 11090
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Originally Posted by gusvs View Post

Jacket looks incredible, tchoy! Any chance of fit pics?

Thanks gusvs! It"a summer here in Australia and it"s been very hot soI haven"t had a chance to wear it.
I'll try to post a fit pic in the next few days.
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Originally Posted by Slewfoot View Post

Looking forward to 2014 with some of these LL beauties...Merry Christmas everyone!




David - which cloth is the far right??
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post

David - which cloth is the far right??

Agnelli PoW
post #8094 of 11090
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Originally Posted by gusvs View Post

Wow! Any specific plans on how to make up each one?

Thanks and as of now thinking DB suits for the two Piumas then a 3-piece suit for the Thornproof and sportcoats with flap pockets for the other two tweeds. I'm doing the Agnelii first and then we'll see what happens after that. Probably the light gray Piuma for this Summer.
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Has any one used the London Lounge 18 oz flannel? I want to know if it wears significantly hotter than 14 oz?
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I hope to find out before this winter has ended. We shall see.
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Does anyone have a few good pointers concerning mid-weight jacketing books, say 9-11oz? I was looking for an interesting fabric for a relatively citified sports coat. My old mainstay was the Hardy Riviera book, but that is, unfortunately, no longer around.
post #8098 of 11090
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Originally Posted by lordsuperb View Post

Has any one used the London Lounge 18 oz flannel? I want to know if it wears significantly hotter than 14 oz?

In my experience it does not wear significantly hotter than 14oz.
post #8099 of 11090
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Originally Posted by RogerC View Post

Does anyone have a few good pointers concerning mid-weight jacketing books, say 9-11oz? I was looking for an interesting fabric for a relatively citified sports coat. My old mainstay was the Hardy Riviera book, but that is, unfortunately, no longer around.
Good question, with no great answer that I know of. P&H Glorious Twelfth has some nice things, but they are a tighter weave with a smoother surface. Some of the Holland & Sherry books have OK patterns. At one time I had a jacket made from one of the Snowy River collections.
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Originally Posted by forex View Post


I passed on this one, maybe we could get this remade? I would definitely sign up.

 

At LL prices or something less 'leveraged'?

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