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Hi 123abc I have done a number of this alterations, on rtw and m2m garments. The customers usual response is," wow what a difference". What is important is that there is enough cloth under the collar to move out. At least 3/4 of an inch is needed.
welcome AFPJWhatever you do, dont send in your own measurements,. the price may be cheap but its not worth it.The cuttter must depend on you for his instructions. Can you do that?better to find a tailor here, that acts as an agent for a M2M shop. but even with that you may gothrough 3 suits before you get a good fit.
knotreknip you have a good grasp of the problem. on a solid color, the real pros have a way of making the seams match. but the cloth is taken in at the sides. and the amount taken is often not enough to make a large difference. thats because the cloth is removed at the sides, leaving the center back still somewhat full.
A Y That would make it too easy.
CD Give it a try and let us know if it works.
louisxiv So now tell us about how this story evds.
Where are you at? Where is labor that cheap?
I think, using those valves on the ends is a cool idea.
hi FireflyThat stitch is done by a sewing machine called a serger. Its not a reinforcing stitch.Its purpose is to keep the cut edges of cloth from fraying.
If the collar only was lowered, it would not effect the shoulders.Something must have gone wrong when the shoulders were opened.I have that happen, and its the devil to redo.
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