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    laugh out loud [74] no wayyyyyy he is the true definition for artisan


    im not thinking of delving into the industry but its always cool to imagine.






    question - does anyone know how long it would take for poell to make a pair of his jeans?

    i know mainstream industrial jeans can be made in 20minutes flat. how long would it take to make his

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    I think Zam gave his estimates somewhere. Maybe he can post here again.
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    [quote user="Faust"]I think Zam gave his estimates somewhere. Maybe he can post here again.
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    Well It depends on the method you use, Poell's Jeans are part artisanal (Part Factory made?) so on rough calculations, i am assuming about 2 hours, (bearing in mind the complexity in creating his signature asymmetrical, welt/patch pockets and that certain parts of his garments are hand sewn). I made an Overlock cotton pinstripe pants for myself awhile back and it took me about 4-hours to do, because i took great care in making them and fully lining them with silk Georgette. I haven't worn them as yet. I will wear them with my Margiela Dinner Shirt with embroidered bib when Lady- Z comes to town next month.



    For someone with basic sewing skills making them entirely by machine should take about 3-4hours maximum, Albert's took a lot longer because he sew the overlock stitches entirely by Hand!!!!!!!![79] ................... admire him for that kind of patience and dedication.

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    ^ hehehe. Let's just say I watched a whole ton of movies while working on those pants (I still need to rework the waist as per your suggestions Zamb! Gonna be a winter break project haha).
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    [quote user="zamb"]

    [quote user="Faust"]I think Zam gave his estimates somewhere. Maybe he can post here again.
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    Well It depends on the method you use, Poell's Jeans are part artisanal (Part Factory made?) so on rough calculations, i am assuming about 2 hours, (bearing in mind the complexity in creating his signature asymmetrical, welt/patch pockets and that certain parts of his garments are hand sewn). I made an Overlock cotton pinstripe pants for myself awhile back and it took me about 4-hours to do, because i took great care in making them and fully lining them with silk Georgette. I haven't worn them as yet. I will wear them with my Margiela Dinner Shirt with embroidered bib when Lady- Z comes to town next month.



    For someone with basic sewing skills making them entirely by machine should take about 3-4hours maximum, Albert's took a lot longer because he sew the overlock stitches entirely by Hand!!!!!!!![79] ................... admire him for that kind of patience and dedication.



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    Didn't Albert also line his pants as well? Entirely consructed by hand? Oi!

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    ^yep!




    To create the twist of the CCP pants/jeans you have to fully line them. The twist is generated by offsetting the lining with the outer layer and then stitching them together. It's a bit tricky because you have to think about the silhouette and how much fabric will be "used up" by the twisting while retaining a slim leg look and feel! Tricky, but definitely do-able!

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    very impressive work

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    sorry about the resurrection, however does anyone have any info or patterns on how to make one of these?

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