The concensus here has been to store your ties rolled. I have read this here and elsewhere and the "logic" was that ties hanged, especially knitted ties will stretch and crease etc. I found this old thread http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=95630 that pretty much sums up the rolling. So I started to store my ties rolled up. However, in this thread http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=177396 David Hober of Sam Hober Ties states this "True - ties that are rolled look nice and may be easy to work with - but ties that are rolled have the possibility of having their tips damaged. Ties with pure wool interlinings will rarely and probably never need to be rolled after wearing. If you have more than 50 or 60 ties you may need to from time to time move their position on the hanger to avoid minor creases. Use a smooth hanger that will not grab your tie. Plastic does not hurt ties, but plastic clips might not be good long term solutions as they may be too narrow. Narrow metal hangers - may be too narrow. If ties are packed too close together they may have a slight problem with delicate silk. a simple solution is to have a slight amount of room between hangers that are filled with ties." So should we be hanging our ties instead?