Until I stopped doing Carhart's and switched to Sanmar work jacket,we had to split the bottom hem to slide the largest wood frame up inside.
Then pay a seamstress $7.50 or so to sew it back up after we were done. Sanmar has the zipper for that purpose, and also no center seam to break needles. Never have done jacket sleeves-have always refused them because of the difficulty in trying to hoop them. For breast (pocket) areas, the speed frame clamp system works good with extra 'wedge' clamps to hold everything tight. Get all excess jacket-sleeves, back, whatever upon the table-don't let anything hang down or the weight will screw things up.
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signman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx On Dec 7, 2007, at 3:57 PM, Studio 187 LLC wrote:
What does everyone use to embroider a full back of a Carhardt jacket? Also asleeve? Geri =========================================================== The AmayaUsers Mailing List Website: http://www.amayausers.com Discussion Board: http://www.amayausers.com/boards Subscribe/Unsubscribe: http://www.amayausers.com/list ===========================================================