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Hooping above pocket

Posted by mtpockets (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 30, 04 at 21:09

I need to embroider a logo above the left chest pocket of a dress shirt for a friend's husband. The problem is that I have hooped & re-hooped at least a dozen times & cannot seem to get the design straight. If I hoop perpendicular to the button placket (hopefully that makes sense)then the design looks crooked above the pocket. If I hoop aligning with the top of the pocket, then the design looks a bit slanted when looking at the left side of the shirt straight on. Do I just go with aligning it to the top of the pocket? That seems to be my gut feeling on what to do but would appreciate any suggestions.

Thanks,
Maryann


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RE: Hooping above pocket

Maryann, sounds like the pocket is not on the shirt straight! If you're not willing to remove the pocket and straighten it, I would go with aligned with the top of the pocket.


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