Haha. I thought I knew everything about wool. I was really wrong. Great addition to the channel. I loved the tweed video and I will be sharing this one as well!
This is like the Open University. M.
Good job from Master handspinner. A few minor points. 1. The ‘s’ after a number refers to Bradford count Skeins. Bradford used how many skeins (S) from a pound of wool ( but also we calculate count from silk, linen, cotton using a different constant in the equations) 2. The super wools are Merinos which I believe you mentioned but there are other super fine wools Cormo, Rambouillet to name two. Merino has branded itself as ‘wool’ however it has become a monopoly. Merino is the silk of wools. Not appropriate for all applications. We are losing sheep breeds’ genetics which is bad for all sheep. 200 sheep breeds out there. We in the fiber community are fighting to save rarer breeds. Long wools for example would provide excellent luster and tremendous longevity so great for outerwear. 3. Wools breath which is why they are great even in summer. My husband wears wool jersey tshirts for example. But as you say, if lining is acetate, there goes wonderful quality of wool to wick moisture. Try to line with cotton or linen for summer or some unconstructed jackets unlined. 4. The finer super wools drape but the ‘coarser’ wools hold their body which is why vintage suits used more of those wools. So by buying super wools which are so flimsy you are buying how feels to the touch alone. Those drapy fabrics needs a lot more understructure to get it to have shape. If you had a wool with more ‘body’ less understructure is needed. Make sense?
Otherwise great job.
Dont Want ton be too picky buuuuut some of your videos happen to be released juste à few days after hugo jacomet’s. With that Being said once again thats another great video !
Thanks, very informative. Really like the history aspect of the lesson.
HAHA women watch this too 😀 – have got men to bring up, don't we? 😀😀 Carnelian cufflinks oh my!!
I love your program so much.
Sorry I want to know if you have online shopping ?
I love the way this gentleman has presented this session, magnificent
The answer is 'not necessarily no'
Good information like always. 👍👍 However bring Sven back. New guy needs to mess up his hair a little and deepen his voice. He reminds me too much of "American Psycho" with Christian Bale. Creeps me out 😞
Will you ever make a video to compare english and italien suits? That would be great!
Has anyone else ever wondered what the quality of wool is from companies like Michael kors, Perry Ellis, and Calvin Klein? Any company that puts out a product that isn’t a super number for that matter. I’d like to know more about these wools since I’d like to know what these companies are producing and how much they are making off it versus what it’s actually worth and the quality difference.
Can Gentleman's Gazette just reply to me for one day.
That word "gifting" again. Doesn't anybody just GIVE things anymore?
My custom made suits are super 130s. They are soft and resistant to winkles.
Excellent video! May I suggest that you film a video discussing different weave (e.g., plain weave, hopsack, twill) of fabrics in the future?
Would you consider making a video about espadrilles, would like to implement them into my wardrobe for this summer but still not sure about the do's and don'ts, thanks! Once again great vid!
Could you make a video about tools for house work and cars? I think it is a important skill that all men should know.
best video ever… love it. respect and well done.
Good video Thanks @UCEgoThiTZG6wbTVA6B1Ksaw
When I have suits made I mainly consider super numbers in the respect of how durable it's going to be. I don't want something too fine because I don't want to wear it out prematurely. With that in mind I like to stick between 100s and 120s
Worsted in Norfolk has less than 1000 people. Its more a village than a city 🙂
So, anything over 100 is super?
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