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Topic: New Product Ideas - In Here
SK DesignWorks Posted: Thursday, December 19, 2019 5:48:36 PM
I would love to see additional styles of pet clothing, such as:
Onesie Pajamas
Hoodies or heavier material shirts
More shirt colors in general (may need another source)
Smaller bandanas for the littles
And/OR
Bandanas with Velcro strips for easy attachment. (These are very mainstream and offer all over printing)

Topic: New Product Ideas - In Here
SK DesignWorks Posted: Thursday, December 19, 2019 5:48:36 PM
I would love to see additional styles of pet clothing, such as:
Onesie Pajamas
Hoodies or heavier material shirts
More shirt colors in general (may need another source)
Smaller bandanas for the littles
And/OR
Bandanas with Velcro strips for easy attachment. (These are very mainstream and offer all over printing)

Topic: Throw Blanket View
SK DesignWorks Posted: Thursday, December 19, 2019 5:39:45 PM
+1
Also, the In situ view shows the blanket upside down on the couch. A monogram in the center of the blanket, which is in the correct position in the design tool looks upside down on the couch.
Topic: Throw Blanket View
SK DesignWorks Posted: Thursday, December 19, 2019 5:39:45 PM
+1
Also, the In situ view shows the blanket upside down on the couch. A monogram in the center of the blanket, which is in the correct position in the design tool looks upside down on the couch.
Topic: Incorrect Royalty when Posting Product For Sale Will Not Correct
SK DesignWorks Posted: Wednesday, December 18, 2019 9:37:51 PM
Scott wrote:
So, what you're seeing is expected.

The royalty setting only applies to the base product.
We offer a flat rate of 5% for product options that are added.
An example of a "product option" is the fabric used for a pillow.

Using your example link posted above:
The base pillow is $29.50, and 10% of that is $2.95.
In your product linked above you've changed the fabric to 'Polyester' which is an upcharge of $5. 5% of $5 is $0.25.

$2.95 + $0.25 = $3.20


I didn’t post the zipperless for sale. I posted the polyester. I understand if the customer chooses to upgrade from product posted for sale. But they purchased exactly what I posted. Seems misleading.