POSTS USING TAG 'knitwear'

Once in a while you may meet someone new who quickly feels like an old friend.  Recently a charming Frenchman, Stephan Pieracci, came to the Haberdashery.  He has followed the Anderson and S... Read More
Work has begun on 17 Clifford St. It is very exciting to see the army of hard-hatted builders in their high-viz jackets streaming in and out.It always amazes me how fast walls can be knocked down and ... Read More

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One of my favourite fabrics to work with is linen; its firm almost tacky texture makes it easy to manipulate and mould. Although it can be tricky at times, particularly when the weave is loose.This pa... Read More
An alternative summer jacket this, in wool and mohair rather than the more usual linen or cotton. A nice light fawn, with two buttons and an unlined back, ready for a first fitting Read More
A great way to bring freshness to a favourite jacket is the simple addition of a pretty pocket square. We have an ever changing eclectic mix from very fine lawn mosaics to Indian cottons and wool/silk... Read More
This is a nice jacket in a blue-black cloth taken from the Porter & Harding Thornproof range. This lightweight alternative to tweed has been very popular this Autumn/Winter, as it has the texture of a... Read More
Keith and Michael went to visit our new workrooms in St George Street this afternoon to see how things were progressing.  We will be moving in over the weekend which is very exciting.  There... Read More