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Monday, September 3, 2012

A Guide To Our Guides On Cloth And Manufacturing Methodology

Le Noeud Papillon of Sydney from time to time informs our blog readers of different investigations we undertake for ourselves with relation to textiles and manufacturing. Below are some of our more popular posts on cloth and fabrication methodology from the past four years. We are not journalists - just enthusiasts who enjoy the finer details and wish to share our knowledge with you. We must warn you that the information can have inaccuracies and we wish to advise that these are our amateur investigations, as we are not qualified journalists.


What Main Types Of Wool Can I Choose From?

Wool and Other Fabrics - A Series Of Ruminations With The Intent To Inform

Wool Ruminations Continued - Different Weaves

Horses For Courses - There Is Not One Horse For All Courses - A Basic Look At Wools

Not Everyone Uses The Real Thing - What Is The Real Thing Anymore? Some Information On Wool Making

Twill Versus Plain Weave, Up Close And Personal - The Difference Between Two Commonly Found Wools


A Brief History Of Como Silk

The Warp Passing Through A Jacquard Silk Loom, Como, Italy

Looking At Silk With A Microscope

Repps Silk Under the Microscope

Black Satin Under Microscope


Everything You Wanted To Know About Shirts But Were Too Afraid To Ask….

Let's Talk About Shirts


Smoking Jackets - A Guide To Choosing Your Own


Pocket Squares - How Can You Tell The Difference?

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