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    Sweater Prototypes




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    Here are a few sweater prototypes from our new line of knitwear. These are just prototypes, so the final versions will be slightly different:







    Kind regards,
    Magnoli

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    Love them all! Very nice work.
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    Just is time for Summer . . . or Winter down under!

    Wow, I'm floored! Those are great, I can't wait to see the full production models!

    What kinda color options are you thinking about Indy?
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    I really dig that blue shawl collar job. Are they all wool? Also, will you be doing any with the old-style tall waistband?

    Either way, they do look terrific.
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    Great sweaters.
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    These will all be made-to-measure so the color options will be endless.

    As for material, they are various pure wools and wool/cashmere combinations. I'll list the exact composition of each piece as it is posted to my site.

    Kind regards,
    Magnoli

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    NICE!

    keep us all posted on these please. Too bad you don't also make it in a small sizing to fit our art deco-loving almost 13yo son!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chanteuseCarey
    Too bad you don't also make it in a small sizing to fit our art deco-loving almost 13yo son!
    Who said I don't?

    Kind regards,
    Magnoli

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    Don't give me that "look" in your eyes on that avatar pic...

    What a lady killer... You're not teasing me- are ya honey? We have been looking hard to find vintage things for our skinny butt son, its tough! He told me a few weeks weeks back that he "wants an Art deco wardrobe now. " He's a Fred Astaire wannabe- how many kids his age own white tie and tails and a regular tuxedo? He actually will only wear his pants at the true waist and with a belt- and he's in seventh grade! In California! Must be all those old movies we're raising him and his sister on... We must be doing somethin' right.

    He's been very frustrated of late in that he has only one good vintage shirt (his USN navy shirt) and two pairs of vintage pants... He's tired of my having lots of vintage choices for wearing out and Dad has a few too but basically he has - one. He does have five vintage hats though- and one is a beaver opera hat to wear with his tails...

    Vintage style sweaters in 20s to 40s styles for him would be awesome. He would be so jazzed... I'd like to continue this conversation by emailing you off your site. Let's talk further...

    Quote Originally Posted by Indy Magnoli
    Who said I don't?

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    It would be nicer if it was double breasted with wooden buttons?

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