Added Sep 10, 2010
by Ralf Schmitz
For my 50th project i wanted to do something special. Therefore the material i chose is a wonderful tweed in brown and black and beige and i added a light-lila silk with fine beige stripes for lining and backside of my waistcoat
As i like to wear my sherlock holmes outfit a lot it was not difficult to decide for another of these ensembles. This time, i tried to do the finish of the pockets in the waistcoat slightly different and i am very happy with the result. I had to line the waistcoat and the trousers completly, as this beautiful wool tweed is reall iching on my skin (silk lining is really lovely :-)
I hope you like it too and lets see what the next 50 projects bring
Wooltweed in brown, black and beige
Silk in light lila with beige stripes
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