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#577 Henry Hall

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Posted 24 March 2015 - 03:40 AM

Pap may well be a very apt acronym in some cases.

#578 Moahiek



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Posted 10 April 2015 - 07:07 PM

Hi Everyone!


This is Robbie and after reading many pages of this site have finally decided to join!  I am in the garment business as a product development manager mainly doing ladies and childrenswear.  I have always been very interested in men'swear (so i can finally wear stuff i make) and the art of tailoring is undoubtedly the most fascinating and now i know, demanding.    


Thanks in advance to everyone who contributes to these forums!



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#579 PollyM



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Posted 12 April 2015 - 05:29 AM



I am Polly from Scotland and I've decided to become a member after reading the site for some time as a guest.


My background in Product Design but have become increasingly focused on textile and garment design. I've been teaching myself tailoring and patternmaking techniques from books ond online sources for a few years now.


I look forward to joining in the discussion with you all.



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#580 Marie



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Posted 15 April 2015 - 07:22 AM


I thought of that, but wondered why she didn't use "RTW", which means Ready To Wear, which is much more common.  I just did a quick Google Search and they appear to be synonymous.

Hi again,sorry for delay.
In Poland it's common to say 'coś z wieszaka'(literally sth off the rack),this is why I'm used to that form. I didn't expect it to be so confusing though. 

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