Sashes

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  1. Sep 14, 2004 #1

    tg

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    Anyone know of a good source for long (9') woven sahes?
     
  2. Sep 14, 2004 #2

    Claude Mathis

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    TwoShadows

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    Wilde Weavery
     
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    Welcome to the world of $100 sashes and leg ties TG!
    :results:
     
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    Holley

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    Try this site. They do the OLD finger Woven sashes of the Southeast and Great Lakes styles. And they also do custom work. The prices are very reasonable.:imo:..I own a couple of the Great Lakes sashes and a full Seminole set.
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    http://www.craftsmandesigns.com/
     
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    Try the Illinois and Wisconsin Fur Co. @www.ilwifurco.com. I have ordered from them twice. They have 100% wool Sash & Garters, and matching straps. 60"x4", 120"x6" sashes. With freight I paid less then Half what Ghost Stated. Hope this helps.
     
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    capnwilliam

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    Thank ye fer yer post about the Illinois and Wisconsin Fur Co., Falsears. They have some very nice looking stuff. I have finally found a good place to order moccasins from!

    Capt. William
     
  8. Sep 15, 2004 #8

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    Thanks to all I will check around a bit and see what I find, My new linen Weskit arrived and it is screaming NEW SASH! thanks again for the souces.
     
  9. Sep 16, 2004 #9

    frenchfusil

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    I would highly recommend Wilde Weavery,I purchased one of their sashs and have been very happy with it. I have found it stays tight unlinke cotton sashes I have used in the past that needed to be retied several times a day. I will be ordering a 2nd more colorfull sash from then in the near future.

    Tristyn J Cramer
    A.K.A Red Leggins
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  10. Oct 6, 2019 #10

    tom berwinkle

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    I nace an original repro. of the original assumption sash. I think it is about 8in. wide and over 6ft. long I have to dig it out of my plunder I put away a few yrs. ago. Let me know if your'e still interested in one, This is the genuine article,made from original and loomed like the originals. Tom B
     

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