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Looks like it was printed from low-resolution bitmap art. Did you give them a graphics file with the image, or hand over the original garment for them to use as a guide? In either case, low resolution art caused the jaggies. For good results, you want 300 pixels for every inch of print, so a 10" wide print should use art at least 3000 pixels wide.

Vector art doesn't have jaggies, can be resized as needed, which is why CorelDraw or Illustrator or other vector program are a better choice for this sort of art than Photoshop or the like.
 
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