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Introduction from New Members / Re: Please introduce yourself here.
« Last post by gijsbertus2000 on July 20, 2018, 04:09:24 AM »
A good day to everyone on this forum. I am Gijsbertus, from the Netherlands. Trying to master the great but difficult art of bespoke tailoring (just as a passionate amateur) soon I discovered how difficult it is to find people who can teach you a little bit. So I turned to the internet hoping to find instructions and help there. But, although there is a lot to be found on the internet that is relevant, I could find nothing that is integral, complete or or coherent. Until I ran into the 'Cutter and Tailor' forum, that is. A vast resource, and it seemed to offer everything I had been looking. However, to my despair it turned out that the 'Cutter and Tailor' is defunct now, one cannot register anymore nor become a member of the forum. So I had to leave it behind and once again continue my search. It took quite some time but finally I discovered this forum, the 'Bespoke Cutter and Tailor', which seems to be some kind of continuation of the old 'Cutter and Tailor'. I am so very happy to have found it! Now I cannot wait to begin my online apprenticeship. Much looking forward to it.
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I'm sorry I am unaware of any hidden content. There has been a few forum 'events' in the past that caused some things to fall away after things were reset; photos, links, posts, etc., weren't restored. As I'm not privy, I'm only speaking from a grateful forumite's perspective

Best suggestion is wayback machine and diligent practice 'til you go nearly blind'.
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I just blindly steamrolled into it trying with typing wayback machine, cutter and tailor forum, etc. two more clicks and I was staring at canvas construction photos. Just dive in and enjoy proper artisanship. Cheers!

I gave it a try this morning and it seems to work as you say to get the old photos back. Which is great news!

But, there is still the problem with all the information hidden behind the closed door. Like in the "The Advanced Apprentices' Forum".
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General Discussion / Re: Gifting an account in the old Cutter and Tailor forum?
« Last post by Greger on July 17, 2018, 12:56:34 PM »
It is sad we lost so much.
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I just blindly steamrolled into it trying with typing wayback machine, cutter and tailor forum, etc. two more clicks and I was staring at canvas construction photos. Just dive in and enjoy proper artisanship. Cheers!
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That might be a good idea. Have to google how that works though. Never used anything like that..
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May be more beneficial to browse the forum then access captured pages from web crawler archive. The big plus is photos are intact v. Photobucket blackouts.
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yes, exactly Greger. That's why I'm looking for a way to get an account. Since it's impossible to sign up due to the broken captcha.
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General Discussion / Re: Gifting an account in the old Cutter and Tailor forum?
« Last post by Greger on July 12, 2018, 03:13:58 AM »
Maybe there is information not open to the general public.
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General Discussion / Re: Another one bites the dust !
« Last post by spookietoo on July 11, 2018, 02:11:20 AM »
Yea, there's another newvoe called "Quick Loans".

Gee, I wonder what they could possibly be touting?! :D
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