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is a 31.95 year old
and has been a part of the Threadless community for 8 years, 10 months!
has scored 3020 submissions, giving an average score of 1.54, helping 28 designs get printed.
I want this in an art print
posted 3 years, 4 months ago in Liberty
squatter john: fyi none of the (previous) girly sizes even fit me, so I've been buying guys medium, which used to cost $15. Finally they now have a propper female size to fit me "girly 2XL" which is the largest female size - so yay now I can buy the feminine color option - but not if I have to buy it one size larger, 2XL is as high as girly goes. And I dont want a shirt thats too big and then let it shrink because the seams usually go wonky and who knows what happens to the print.
sp3nca: shirts that are soft AND wont shrink AND come from threadless would be worth that to me. But since thats not an option, I'm not going to even bother.
posted 6 years, 1 month ago in Announcing new sizes, new colors and new prices!
Are you serious? I Do Not Buy 100% cotton! I have not bought 100% cotton in Years, because I inevitably let one slip into the drier by accident or impatience with line drying... and my lovely shirt cannot be worn. :( This is very upsetting to me because I Love the designs and the community aspect of threadless... but my building's dryer does not have a cold or low setting, and I am not shelling out more money for your raised-price shirts AND extra coins for a laundromat with cold setting. PLEASE don't do this! I'm begging you. You will lose at least one frequent customer! IF however you chose a cotton blend with 10-50% non-cotton, or preshrink the 100% cotton fabric I would pay up to $50 per shirt! 'Cause I could actually wear it more than 3 times. ...what a concept.
Please don't make them in only shrinking fabric! Please let me keep buying from you!
Also I would much prefer that they were made in America.
The way I see it your in for an over all profit loss with this move due to the sudden inflation in prices, the mystery of which size is going to fit us, the potential of supporting unethical labor practices, and the guarunteed shrinkage of your product. More fabric colors and more sizes Might let you stay even if you're lucky. Losing some customers and gaining some.
very sad, formerly yours,
the little girl's eyes are an automatic turn off for me. sorry.
posted 7 years, 6 months ago in Only in Dreams
Good job making it a well rounded shape, and smiling. If it wasn't smiling I would say no way, but I am considering loving this.
posted 7 years, 6 months ago in Internal Music