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Topic: Custom Afridrilles - Questions / Design Tips
PurpleCatArts Posted: Tuesday, August 06, 2019 1:40:59 PM
This Afridilles video (posted earlier in the forums) shows how they have a block of fabric from which to cut. It appears to me, depending on their template areas, it's possible to get two cuts from the same block of fabric when the appropriate pattern design allows ~ this provides an extra profit margin for the Ubuntu ladies! I'm guessing that's why an all-over pattern with minimal placement works best.

ETA: Wait! ~ After rewatching, it looks like a slim area for them to fit the sizes on! Wonder how they could get more mileage out of the fabric, I'm sure they have it figured out!

Topic: Custom Afridrilles - Questions / Design Tips
PurpleCatArts Posted: Tuesday, August 06, 2019 1:40:59 PM
This Afridilles video (posted earlier in the forums) shows how they have a block of fabric from which to cut. It appears to me, depending on their template areas, it's possible to get two cuts from the same block of fabric when the appropriate pattern design allows ~ this provides an extra profit margin for the Ubuntu ladies! I'm guessing that's why an all-over pattern with minimal placement works best.

ETA: Wait! ~ After rewatching, it looks like a slim area for them to fit the sizes on! Wonder how they could get more mileage out of the fabric, I'm sure they have it figured out!

Topic: Custom Afridrilles - Questions / Design Tips
PurpleCatArts Posted: Tuesday, August 06, 2019 1:40:59 PM
This Afridilles video (posted earlier in the forums) shows how they have a block of fabric from which to cut. It appears to me, depending on their template areas, it's possible to get two cuts from the same block of fabric when the appropriate pattern design allows ~ this provides an extra profit margin for the Ubuntu ladies! I'm guessing that's why an all-over pattern with minimal placement works best.

ETA: Wait! ~ After rewatching, it looks like a slim area for them to fit the sizes on! Wonder how they could get more mileage out of the fabric, I'm sure they have it figured out!

Topic: No reviews since the 4th of June
PurpleCatArts Posted: Tuesday, August 06, 2019 12:51:27 PM
I should add: One person who reviewed a mug in April submitted it four times ~ apparently they didn't think it was accepted right away or loved it that much, haha. I do not know the person so they weren't trying to do me a favor. Is it possible for the Z team to remove the three duplicates? Thanks!


Topic: No reviews since the 4th of June
PurpleCatArts Posted: Tuesday, August 06, 2019 12:51:27 PM
I should add: One person who reviewed a mug in April submitted it four times ~ apparently they didn't think it was accepted right away or loved it that much, haha. I do not know the person so they weren't trying to do me a favor. Is it possible for the Z team to remove the three duplicates? Thanks!