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Fabrics for sale, Lumbs Golden Bale, Zegna, Drapers, VBC etc

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by edmorel, May 1, 2016.

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  1. edmorel

    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    A bunch of fabrics for sale:

    1. Lumbs Golden Bale medium dark grey twill, 16 micron Super 150's wool. Spring/Summer weight (8-9oz), 4 yards. $500

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    2. Loro Piana Super 150's and Silk 600 midnight navy with faint blue windowpane. Spring/Summer weight, 8-9oz. Very fine hopsack type weave. Its a 5 yard piece but its two pieces stitched together at the mill, one piece is 2 1/4 yards and the other 2 3/4 yards, so both are sufficient for a sportcoat and the whole piece is more than enough for a suit. $325 for the piece. (SOLD)

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    stitch that connects the two pieces

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    3. Drapers 100% cashmere grey/brown gunclub, 12-13oz. 2 yard 12 inch piece. $160 (SOLD)

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    4. This is a really nice piece, wool/mohair/linen hopsack, VBC, its an open weave so would make a great summer sportcoat, has kind of a soft, spongy feel, really nice. 9-10oz. 2 yard and 11 inches. $150

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    5. VBC for Draper wool/mohair hopsack, 10-11oz. This is a spectacular cloth, soft and luxe, not dry like your typical mohair blends. Its an airy weave, so would make a great fall/spring/summer sportcoat. Its a French blue/medium blue, beautiful blue color. $80 a yard

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    6. Zegna 80% cashmere 20% linen oatmeal birdseye/Donegal. 12-13oz. 1 yard 35 inches, so just under 2 yards. Has a couple of pieces cut from the bottom corners that won't affect the usage. This is enough for a EU 40 and under sportcoat. $140

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    7. Holland and Sherry burgundy mélange Peacock tweed. 14-15oz, 2 1/4 yard. $75 (SOLD)

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    8. Brown, blue and black houndstooth Reid and Taylor tweed, 14oz.2 yard piece, $100

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    9. Holland and Sherry Kaleidoscope luxury flannel 13-14oz. Kaleidoscope is an appropriate name for this as it is a mélange of many colors. Its a brown base, with a mossy/earthy undertone and a feint light blue pinstripe. 4 yard piece, $125 (SOLD)

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    10. Holland and Sherry Linen/Silk/Wool in oatmeal and maize. Both are 2 1/4 yards, food for summer sportcoats. $75 each

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    testa chambray,really nice and luxe finish, not workwear type like most chambray. $25/yd

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    Alumo 120's light blue with a off white rope stripe. $30/yd

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