I am about to take seven Jantzen shirts to be modified. He can either just take the fabric off the seams to remove blousiness in the sleeves, the body and Â reduce the sleeve length, OR, he can do something more thorough - deconstruct the shirt, take off the sleeves, re-set it, etc. The downsides of the 2nd option are price and loss of pattern matching. In your view, how important is pattern matching? I feel it is fairly important. It is often a mark of a high quality/custom garment, and I find myself looking at others' shoulders to see whether their shirts are pattern-matched. I do this all the time. It's sick, I know But it's only because of what this forum has done to me.
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6/19/04 at 8:12pm