We have these beautiful scarves pre-made and listed in my online store! Last year they were a big hit and I’ve had quite a few gentlemen request that I make them again this year. Each scarf is made with 100% wool patches and lined with soft corduroy. It is a lovingly made product, carefully crafted with every seam topstitched. You will not find anything like this in stores.
A very special thanks to project life photography for taking these pictures. They show off so much more detail than my pictures would have!
My friends at Random.org helped me select the winner of the free bow tie – so without further ado:
Big fan of the blue chambray.
Will be great with my pink Oxford.
Well it looks like you will be getting a new blue chambray bow tie!
And here’s some Friday showcase photos for you.
OK, These are some of the cutest boys I’ve ever seen! And aren’t the boat shoes so adorable?
And here’s a fun picture of G sporting the Owen Madras – one of the summer’s best sellers. Perfectly accessorized with the straw hat.
Thank-you for sharing your photos! If you have a photo, send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d love to see some pictures of my bow ties out on the town. So if you have a cool city, take a picture of yourself in the bow tie while you’re out on the town. I don’t get out much so if my bow ties do, I feel like atleast part of me gets to travel the world.
Hey, I’d even be willing to send out freebies in exchange for awesome photos.
I wanted to show off this sweet ring bearer pillow that I made for a customer a few months back. I made lots of things for her wedding party – but this was my favorite. I used the green seersucker we purchased from Thread Design – the company that made her bridesmaid dresses. I hand stitched their monogram in the corner to make it extra special.
This is Deacon’s first ever email. We were making arrangements to head to dinner at the home of our friends Stephen and Erica. Deacon dictated this message to them. Ellie served as amanuensis.
Dear Stephen and Erica,
Come stay to your house the longest. Stephen and Erica come to my house next. Play games with me at my house and I want to play games at your house too. Stephen and Erica go run with me outside of my house and yours. Stephen and Erica Go! I don’t want Erica to run. Going is a race sport. I want to run with Stephen. Stephen’s great at running. Stephen go fast! Stephen and Erica I want you to run and jump. I want Stephen to do those things. Erica can’t do those things. It’s too hard for her. I think stephen is the best. Erica is pretty. I love her. I don’t like to eat Stephen and Erica. Grown-ups are yucky. Toys are yucky too. That’s all.
I’m going to try and start sharing some of the great photos that I receive from you wearing my bow ties each Friday.
Here’s a great shot of David wearing the Benjamin Madras bow tie which is unfortunately sold out. David blogged about his second time ever wearing a bow tie recently. Here’s a quote from his post:
There’s a doctor in the building at work who has a “friendy mutton chops” beard and wears a bow tie everyday. I happened to walk by him today in the hall and we gave each other a head nod as to say “Yes, we may look like knuckelheads with our bow ties but we are also pretty damn awesome because we can pull it off.” We said all that in a nod, it was powerful.
Please e-mail me your pictures wearing The Cordial Churchman bow ties and I’ll share them every Friday.