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Old October 17th, 2017, 11:08 AM   #91 (permalink)
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client has a jacket back where they want to sew 3 patches. a center logo in a circle and then a rocker on top and bottom.

do you mean applique or actual patches?

patches.

so you need 6 files then.

WHY?

please look up the difference between a "patch" and an "applique"
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Old November 1st, 2017, 01:20 PM   #92 (permalink)
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client: " Please proceed, as time is of the ascents"

not Songs of Ascent... but time IS. like a balloon!
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sorry, i don't get this one. seems pretty obvious to me. they said patches right off. i typically ask if they're doing cut patches and want the satin stitch outline for cut patches or do they just want the "guts" for using a pre-made patch.
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Design works perfectly fine at 3.5 inches tall. Client wants to put on a hat at only 2.25 inches tall. I give 4 possible solutions to make this work... enlarge lettering / reducing logo part OR put lettering on back of cap OR deleting lettering OR doing lettering in running stitches?

Client: "keep logo AS IS and just make it work.
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Client: "Not sure what output format is best for a cotton t-shirt left chest, so just choose what you think is best."

isn't the output format based on the machine brand you are comfortable with??

normally a standard dst works but in this case I may have to pull out the Poem/Singer .csd.
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only thing in the instructions: "90/10 poly/spandex Item #LST850 https://www.sanmar.com/p/4047_White#?doScrollToGrid=true"


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client:

This file needs to have a break for the top \"Railroad Division\" because that will be used for the back of Mesh hats and then whole image with the top and bottom lines being same color and the middle lines text will be white, will be used for jacket sleeves. Image is to size. The arch is set up for a Richardson hat. Jacket material is Carhart denim. Hat will be the mesh back

I am glad English is my first language. imagine!???
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Robert, When I need a good laugh I just read these, Bad thing is I have had some very similar emails myself. Thanks for making my day !
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new client: "explain to me WHY you are charging me for this design!?? I know you just did it 3 weeks ago for my previous boss"

Oh Honey.... did your parents have any children that lived? Or as my Dad always says: do you ride the bus or have a lunch box? (makes no sense to me... but sure stops the conversation, lol)


so what you really think I am just going to hand over any and all of the designs from your previous employer? seriously? talk about a career / company ending move! Sorry. new account closed.
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so she switched companies and was trying to steal a client from her previous employer? NOT cool!

Or? was she with the same company and her boss quit and they hired a new boss? in that case, i wouldn't charge for resending the design...
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