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post #16 of 17
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I will have to agree with JN3 there, non fused french cuffs are not only a mess to iron, but really look sloppy.
Most shirtmakers do a crappy job with cuffs, French or otherwise. They use too much fabric on the outside of the cuff, and that makes it difficult to do a good job ironing. If the shirtmaker uses an appropriate amount of fabric and makes the cuff the way he's supposed to, ironing a non-fused cuff becomes much less difficult.
post #17 of 17
Tis true -- but tis precisely the reason that it's hard to do a nonfused cuff. Fused cuffs are normally, shall we say, self-correcting. When fused cuffs and collars go wrong, it is not so much the quality of construction, but rather the quality of the fusing itself that goes wrong. Those more knowledgeable can correct me if I'm wrong.
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