Elliot White Bow Tie

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Recently we acquired this fun fabric while touring a textile mill in our town, Rock Hill, SC.  We've had the fabric in the studio for a few months and enjoyed looking at it on the bolt next to our other bolts of seersucker, gingham and linens.  But it was time to start using it.  Fabric this fun should be used to make something.

So we have about enough of this fabric to make 10 bow ties.

When its gone, its gone.  If you like it, get it.  And wear it on Fourth of July and be the coolest looking guy at the cookout.


thecordialchurchman
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Ralph
Ralph

July 05, 2013

Thanks for the reply, would you feel ok with giving me the contact to the Mill you use in your area?

thecordialchurchman
thecordialchurchman

July 05, 2013

The mill used to be in our area but now their offices are in SC and they produce their fabric overseas as most fabric is. When we were there, we were able to look through their fabric archives for inspiration. It was quite interesting, like a museum of fabric. We don’t actually purchase our fabrics from them, but they let us have some that was in their warehouse that day.

Ralph
Ralph

July 05, 2013

Greetings…

I am such a fan of your page. Lots of great information. I would like to know, what is the name of the textile mill you use in Rock Hill, SC?

I am seeking some fabrics for my company and would love to look into them. Especially since they are in the US. Do you have a contact there you primarily deal with.

Any information would be great.

Thanks
Ralph

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