if your not satisfied make him do the ones he/she messed up on. i wouldn't pay till it was done the way you originally stated you wanted them.
That happens pretty often. As designers/creators of the t-shirts, we see things much more critically than the average customer would.the only reason im being so particular is because i don't know how i would feel picking up a shirt and spending 30$ on something that seems to be a mistake.
again... maybe im looking at it too hard.
i understand that you have some sentimental issues about this cause your mom worked for pennies.Ok.i saw your post a couple hours ago and i just shook my head...and now im back to give my 2 cents..My mom worked in the garment industry for a very long time and got out of it about 2 years ago. And unless that hang tag is 6" wide i really wouldn't worry about the slightly crooked sewing job. most people that work in that industry make pennies (2 cents) for every label they sew. have you ever taken the time to closely inspect the shirt you buy..? next time you crack open a case of shirts look closely and see how many crooked seems, mis sews you find. Is anybody willing to send any of those back..? not really... just my 2 cents
i understand that you have some sentimental issues about this cause your mom worked for pennies.
I don't have any sentimental issues..FYI my mom never worked for pennies..she was never the one sewing in tags.
good luck to you in your business if you print on shirts that are "crooked seems, mis sews". ill tell you one thing my business would be going elsewhere.
Thank you for wishing me luck in my business. Do you really think that every shirt YOU sell is perfectly sewn.? the crooked seams and mis-sews are so minor that one can't catch them all.
thanks for your opinions in either case.
your welcome i to value my opinion and the opinion of others we are never to old or to young to learn something new or re-learn something old.
the point of my clothing line is to set trends and not follow them... seems like a lot of ol school mentalities around here... nothing wrong with that at all though love to hear other opinions.
How is putting a tag at the bottom setting a trend?the point of my clothing line is to set trends and not follow them... seems like a lot of ol school mentalities around here
.40 cents each is *kinda* penniesbut im not paying pennies... when i pay someone i expect something worth my money spent.
and thankfully the person doing the tags understood this and is re-doing them.