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post #31 of 269
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to be completely honest, i don't even think that is possible for a wash to make clothes bigger
did you do a regular wash and dry? what style shirt was it?
post #32 of 269
basic crew, I did cold wash and air dried. It seems stretchier.
post #33 of 269
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it could have stretched out while drying wet on a hanger other than that, i don't see a wash making an 100% cotton t-shirt get bigger perhaps the material just drapes differently after the wash so if feels bigger i never noticed this because i wash and dry everything before i wear it you could go ahead and put these shirts in the drier, I've experienced very minimal to no shrinkage on mine for everyone else.... LAST DAY TO ORDER!! v neck sweater in medium still up for grabs pm or e-mail me
post #34 of 269
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Last Call!!!
post #35 of 269
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ORDER PLACED!!
i will update all of you once i receive the items and ship them out

next order will be on March 6th
that's two weeks from today
plenty of time to get your orders in
post #36 of 269
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In today
out tomorrow

everyone who ordered should have gotten a pm or e-mail with shipping info

Next order will be on MARCH 6th
that gives you 9 days to order
feel free to pm or e-mail me your orders
post #37 of 269
do you happen to know of any fit pics of the mr. rogers cardigan floating around, or maybe of users who've bought it and might be able to provide some pics? thanks.
post #38 of 269
I own a few Eco-Heather ¾ Sleeve Raglan Henleys (aa1989) and I'm interested in some of the other long sleeve shirts...I'm looking at some of these 7/8 sleeve ones, can you tell me how the material compares to the raglan henley? Would it be too thick to wear with the sleeves rolled up in the summer?

Also, i've noticed that some of the long sleeved AA shirts (including the henleys I own) have just a simple rolled hem, instead of being folded over and stitched, which looks sloppy to me as anything but an undershirt. Can you tell me which long sleeve styles have the folder over and stitched bottom hem?

Thanks in advance.
post #39 of 269
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Originally Posted by wmmk View Post
do you happen to know of any fit pics of the mr. rogers cardigan floating around, or maybe of users who've bought it and might be able to provide some pics?

thanks.


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Originally Posted by van_hammersly View Post
I own a few Eco-Heather ¾ Sleeve Raglan Henleys (aa1989) and I'm interested in some of the other long sleeve shirts...I'm looking at some of these 7/8 sleeve ones, can you tell me how the material compares to the raglan henley? Would it be too thick to wear with the sleeves rolled up in the summer?

Also, i've noticed that some of the long sleeved AA shirts (including the henleys I own) have just a simple rolled hem, instead of being folded over and stitched, which looks sloppy to me as anything but an undershirt. Can you tell me which long sleeve styles have the folder over and stitched bottom hem?

Thanks in advance.

there are two different 7/8 sleeve shirts
the material on the 3082 will be the same blend as the 1989 but in a different knit
the material on the 4482 will be a lightweight pima cotton thermal
i don't see either as being too warm for summer, especially with sleeves rolled up
unless you live somewhere crazy hot
only problem is both shirts have an unfinished hem

i think the best long sleeve shirt for summer would be the aa4538 The Don L/S Henley
the pima cotton is super soft and lightweight
it also has a finished bottom hem
it's perfect for what you're looking for
post #40 of 269
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just got back from the post office
everything has been dropped off

8 days left to place an order for the next round
post #41 of 269
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7 days left to order
post #42 of 269
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Originally Posted by van_hammersly View Post
I own a few Eco-Heather ¾ Sleeve Raglan Henleys (aa1989) and I'm interested in some of the other long sleeve shirts...I'm looking at some of these 7/8 sleeve ones, can you tell me how the material compares to the raglan henley? Would it be too thick to wear with the sleeves rolled up in the summer?

Also, i've noticed that some of the long sleeved AA shirts (including the henleys I own) have just a simple rolled hem, instead of being folded over and stitched, which looks sloppy to me as anything but an undershirt. Can you tell me which long sleeve styles have the folder over and stitched bottom hem?

Thanks in advance.

I wouldn't mind a couple of aa1989 eco-heather raglan henley's.

Three questions:

1. Are they thick or thin - good for summer?

2. Does the 3/4 sleeve give enough length to be rolled up to look like a rolled up long sleeve?

3. Is the neck buttoned all the way up fairly tight or wide open and kind of all over the place like a really loose crew-neck?
post #43 of 269
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1) t-shirt material, super soft tri blend, would work well for summer
2) here's a picture i found of one with rolled up sleeves

3) i don't own one so i can't tell you from personal experience
and i've never seen one buttoned all the way up
but judging from this picture...

the button is on the neckline, so i'm pretty sure you can make it tight if you really wanted to
although, i don't think i've ever seen a henley worn buttoned all the way up
post #44 of 269
No, you're right. I wouldn't be buttoning it all the way up. I'm just trying to guage how tight or loose the neckline is and thought it would be easier to determine if it was buttoned all the way up.
post #45 of 269
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