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Old December 6th, 2016, 06:23 PM   #61 (permalink)
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white parts?

Remove the lettering AND do them as running stitches???
yes, exactly!
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Old April 10th, 2017, 01:25 PM   #62 (permalink)
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Client: current design has 4 large letters.. we want it redone with a different word that has 11 letters... Same height same width.

OK.

Client: WHY are all the letters so smashed together??!?! This looks nothing like the original font!

No problem... new design will be 19.25 inches wide, is that OK?
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And I thought I had bad customers.
Wow I feel Bad for you. The only problem i have in embroidery is that the customer want everything cheap price, or sometimes when i show them how the logo gonna come out, and they agree and then they say the don't like the product, and then they want a new one.
But at least I don't have to deal with that.
The thing I have to deal with is people want embroidered stuff in like 5 minutes or When they bring their stuff from Walmart or Old Navy and tell other customers to do the same thing, so they can save money, even though people are losing jobs Because of Big retail chains and Online Shopping.

Yesterday I had a lady, who bought shirts from Amazon for $2. Let me tell you, as a wholesaler, some of those shirts, my cost is like $5-$8 or sometimes even more.
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ayugup

I feel and understand your pain.

I do not deal with "cheap" sorry. Today is my birthday and I did a design for 2200.00 My time and experience is worth something. Sometimes you have to raise your prices to weed out some clients and attract a different TYPE.

What end users see at WalMart etc... well those embroiderers tend to use thinner threads...slow the machines down for parts, etc.... we typically do not do either. HOW DO WE COMPETE without doing the same and MORE? we cannot.

oh did I mention today is my birthday? lol thought that was funny.
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Happy Birthday Robert Young
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Im not the Best Digitizer but I'm pretty sure many people like this
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client: "Bottom line of text should read JRMS and not JAMS as it is in their picture." problem is the art has an R already.. not an A

Maybe they mean it SHOULD have an A instead??

It is a stylized font maybe they thought the R looked like an A? but right above it is the word INDIANS in the same font... so there is an obvious difference between the R and the A.
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whoops, missed it...happy birthday!
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Client wants 8 lines of lettering AND 2 numbers on their shirts... One is a facsimile number. Who uses that word? FAX maybe ... do you still FAX?

My concern is personal space... sorry.. could you please stand there while I stare at your chest (male or female, whatever) so I can write down your address/ email/ website/ phone number/ facsimile number/ name, etc??

Business card maybe??

what do you think? 4.5 inches square , SOLID embroidery. 8 lines of lettering and 2 numbers.
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what do you think? 4.5 inches square , SOLID embroidery. 8 lines of lettering and 2 numbers.
uhhhh, YUCK!
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