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Old February 11th, 2020, 03:16 PM   #241 (permalink)
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"client" sends in a tagline change request for a 14 year old design. not a problem but "client" has not ordered a single design from us for 8 years. sorry, I am not going to do the work, have another person send you a bill and then wait 30+ days for 5 bucks. OH you think they will come back to us for a tagline? NO My point to them was why just not have whomever has been doing your digitizing for the past 8 years make this change? HOW RUDE! lol oh have I lost you as a customer>? Sorry I guess my frustration is in the concept that there is no statute of limitations on a design? Thankfully they and we are still in business 14 years later but on my part it is not on my people skills...but on my digitizing skills. Thoughts? (other than I am a Pri..) ? I am sorry but no contact in 8 years after 498 previous designs... kinda hurts. went cheaper I guess so let them do this. off my soapbox. lol
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Old February 12th, 2020, 06:38 PM   #242 (permalink)
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today client sends in a quote for a design to only be 1 inch tall...OK. "do you offer 60wt thread?" what is that they ask. well it is thinner thread that would allow more detail in this 1 inch design. "How is 60wt thinner than our 40wt?" they ask..... uh well back in the day you would take a pound of cotton (yes that is how old I am...Also being there for George Washington's so called chopping down the cherry tree) and you would pull the cotton into thread... 40 ft/yds/mm lol whatever would be 40 wt.. put it to 60 ft/yds/mm lol whatever and you have 60 wt... same pound but stretched longer so prolly thinner , no? again does anyone learn about what they sell?? embroidery not rocket science!!
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today a client wants to know why her design sewed in white when she wanted it in blue? So Could I , Would I , please redigitize it to sew in white. Seriously? I will need the wings off a grasshopper, 2 ladybugs, eye of newt and the tongue of a purple salamander and possibly when the moon is "just so" and I learn to spin as a dervish wearing a blue organza ensemble it just might work!!! but then again if Saturn is in the wrong position it might possibly turn the entire operation caddywhampus and the design might possibly maybe sew in bright yellow!! Do you want to take that chance?
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