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Old 04-07-2010, 08:29 AM
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self-made Dry Chambray










what do you guys think?
is it bad? as*? fuck*d-up? lol
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You're picy links ain't workin'!
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You're picy links ain't workin'!
just uploaded the new one, felt asleep last night
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Heck, if you made it yourself it is very impressive

How heavy is the denim?

P.S. You can start a business - get in contact with one of the Jap mills, hone them shirting skills, and start selling

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I'm a 44L with a 17 inch neck and 34/35 sleeve length and would like something with mother-of-pearl or horn buttons.

Great job!
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Heck, if you made it yourself it is very impressive

How heavy is the denim?

P.S. You can start a business - get in contact with one of the Jap mills, hone them shirting skills, and start selling
Yes, i made it myself...
it's a bit heavy for a Chambray
and its dry, so you lads can make a combs at each elbows
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I'm a 44L with a 17 inch neck and 34/35 sleeve length and would like something with mother-of-pearl or horn buttons.

Great job!
gee thanks

@all
some of my friends said that the buttons would be great if it's white (not black)
but my inspiration is from american vintage workers...
what do you guys think?
black or white?

sooner or later, Selvadge will be available
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Black buttons make it look more distinct. Every blue shirt has white buttons on it.
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awesome!! may I know how much you spent for the fabric?
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Great job here! The piece looks great, well made, etc. I agree with the black buttons. Lends itself to something more unique.
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Black buttons make it look more distinct. Every blue shirt has white buttons on it.
should i make one?
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awesome!! may I know how much you spent for the fabric?
nope, thanks anyway..
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Great job here! The piece looks great, well made, etc. I agree with the black buttons. Lends itself to something more unique.
thanks dude
cheers
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