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#1 2016-03-21 23:47:31

Nillam
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From: Chennai, India
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Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

Hand-Made Bleeding Madras Plaid Fabric by yard is available at Etsy, beat the upcoming summer with this cool fabric.

 

#2 2016-03-22 01:09:49

Armchaired
Ivy I.V.
From: Old England
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Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

I am not sure if we should treat this as spam or not ?

Obviously we know about this Hand loomed bleeding Madras from the quite pushy awfuldisco kid.
I presume this is him again trying yet another sales pitch.


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#3 2016-03-22 01:25:52

Bop
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Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

Seems a bit minimalist for him

 

#4 2016-03-22 02:46:09

Nillam
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From: Chennai, India
Posts: 11

Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

Hello,

This is posted by the manufacturer of the hand-made bleeding madras and not by others.
Please read my blog
http://www.styleforum.net/t/449033/auth … -bleeding-
madras-cotton-plaid-fabric

Last edited by Nillam (2016-03-22 03:41:39)

 

#5 2016-03-22 04:34:26

Acton_Baby
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From: West London
Posts: 3683

Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

it would appear everyone is 'mad' for madras.


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#6 2016-03-22 04:43:20

woofboxer
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From: Staines-upon-Thames, Middlesex
Posts: 5903

Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

I think there must be some chemical in the dying process that makes you go bonkers.


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#7 2016-03-22 04:46:34

Acton_Baby
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From: West London
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Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

^ big_smile

"Double dipped for extra potency" as my 'hairy old hippy' hallucinogen supplier used to say wink


"I have about 100 pairs of pyjamas. I like to see people dressed comfortably."
Hugh Hefner

 

#8 2016-03-22 04:52:20

Nillam
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From: Chennai, India
Posts: 11

Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

Because of the chemicals only the bleeding madras vanished after 1970's,  but now only vegetable dyes are used in the organic cotton yarn. Hence the whole fabric is organic.

 

#9 2016-03-22 05:30:36

Acton_Baby
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From: West London
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Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

^ can we have some links please Nillam.

They'd better not lead to Loominous tho' wink


"I have about 100 pairs of pyjamas. I like to see people dressed comfortably."
Hugh Hefner

 

#10 2016-03-22 05:33:52

Nillam
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From: Chennai, India
Posts: 11

Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

To know more about Bleeding Madras,
Please read my blog
http://www.styleforum.net/t/449033/auth … aid-fabric

I hope this is the link you are looking for...

Last edited by Nillam (2016-03-22 05:37:01)

 

#11 2016-03-22 05:42:25

Acton_Baby
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From: West London
Posts: 3683

Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

^ no the Etsy link to buy the product please.


"I have about 100 pairs of pyjamas. I like to see people dressed comfortably."
Hugh Hefner

 

#12 2016-03-22 05:45:33

Nillam
Member
From: Chennai, India
Posts: 11

Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

I believe the Moderators shall allow me to paste the link here.

https://www.etsy.com/in-en/shop/VijayAs … r-shopname

 

#13 2016-03-22 05:49:19

Chief Brody
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Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

yeah it looks to have involved the "aucociscokid" according that style forum link above.

Last edited by Chief Brody (2016-03-22 05:52:14)

 

#14 2016-03-22 05:52:10

Nillam
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From: Chennai, India
Posts: 11

Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

I am not sure who is aucociscokid, but a person by name Aleck Grishkevich used to procure this fabric from me, but for quite sometime there is no news from him.

 

#15 2016-03-22 05:53:29

Chief Brody
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Posts: 1680

Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

Hi Nillam,

Is this material suitable for sport coats?

Thank you in advance.

 

#16 2016-03-22 05:58:46

Nillam
Member
From: Chennai, India
Posts: 11

Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

Hello Chief,

Yes, this fabric is suitable for Sport Coat.

 

#17 2016-03-22 06:01:40

colin
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Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

So who is the poor sod that will take on the task of making a FNB popover in this madras?

 

#18 2016-03-22 06:02:00

Nillam
Member
From: Chennai, India
Posts: 11

Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

I found a nice article about madras in the following link.

http://www.gentlemansgazette.com/madras … re-to-buy/

How to wear Madras

Other than for shirts, pants and sport coats, the pattern also makes for great accessories such as ties, bow ties and pocket squares. Because of its bold nature, it pairs best with muted solids. So if you have a Madras jacket, pair it with a solid tie, a solid oxford cloth shirt and contrasting pants.

When worn as shorts, it pays to pick up one of the main colors of the Madras and wear it with a solid polo shirt in the same color. Madras shirts should be paired with solid, casual sport coats in light colors. Green can also work great with Madras ties or shirts.

Try to avoid wearing Madras with other plaids, glenchecks, paisleys or stripes because it is simply too much pattern. Every once in a while, you will see somebody in a Madras suit with tie or bow tie in the same fabric. To me that is beyond good taste, but as always, to each their own. Personally, I think patchwork Madras is even more difficult to combine because it stands out even more, so be cautious when you are tempted to invest in a patchwork garment.

 

#19 2016-03-22 06:04:55

Chief Brody
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Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

Great, cheers.

 

#20 2016-03-22 06:23:41

Bop
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Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

Does anyone else have an image in their mind of ausciokid sitting at his computer trying to write in broken English?

 

#21 2016-03-22 06:28:04

farrago
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Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

Such a cynical start to spring!

 

#22 2016-03-22 06:46:21

Chief Brody
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Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

Bop wrote:

Does anyone else have an image in their mind of ausciokid sitting at his computer trying to write in broken English?

I know you are making a joke at auscuciokid's expense, but Nillam's written English is better than most posters on this forum.

 

#23 2016-03-22 06:58:49

woofboxer
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Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

Chief Brody wrote:

Bop wrote:

Does anyone else have an image in their mind of ausciokid sitting at his computer trying to write in broken English?

I know you are making a joke at auscuciokid's expense, but Nillam's written English is better than most posters on this forum.

-----Actually it is as good as whoever wrote that article from the Gentleman's Gazette     roll


'I'm not that keen on the Average Look .......ever'. 
John Simons

 

#24 2016-03-22 07:03:54

Chief Brody
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Posts: 1680

Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

haven't read it, is it bad?

 

#25 2016-03-22 07:06:16

Worried Man
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Re: Hand-Made Bleeding Madras by yard

Chief Brody wrote:

Bop wrote:

Does anyone else have an image in their mind of ausciokid sitting at his computer trying to write in broken English?

I know you are making a joke at auscuciokid's expense, but Nillam's written English is better than most posters on this forum.

Worried Man made soon remark this type joking two bee opposite humor!


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