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Okay I have complained before  and QVC is NOT listening!

 

Muk Luks, Cuddl Duds and now Isaac !

 

Plaids and stripes ARE NOT MATCING!  From the side they look awful!!!!!!!!

 

Any one who sews or has , knows they need to match!

 

Cheap, Cheap, Cheap!

 

Really surprised me with Isaac- thought he was better than that!

 

Q you have to do something about this mess!

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@floridagal46 wrote:

Okay I have complained before  and QVC is NOT listening!

 

Muk Luks, Cuddl Duds and now Isaac !

 

Plaids and stripes ARE NOT MATCING!  From the side they look awful!!!!!!!!

 

Any one who sews or has , knows they need to match!

 

Cheap, Cheap, Cheap!

 

Really surprised me with Isaac- thought he was better than that!

 

Q you have to do something about this mess!


@floridagal46    I agree... That's a deal breaker for me.  

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Re: Enough already

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Matching requires more fabric and money to make. 

 

As long as many shoppers don't care, QVC will continue to sell.  What is more important to them, lower prices or patterns matching?  To me, it looks like lower prices.  

 

Your message won't get to decision makers here.  Try contacting the designers on FaceBook.  

 

 

 

 

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It's all about how cheap they can make it..,and how high they can price it. 

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@floridagal46    Anything to save a buck.  It takes time and extra fabric to match plaids and stripes.  You're right, they're a sign of shoddy, cheap manufacturing but I predict you'll see more and more of it.  Everything is being made cheaper, thinner, smaller. 

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Ha! Isaac is NOT better then that. 

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If customers quit buying it, they'll stop selling it. they only sell what people will buy.

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There are plenty of places to shop for clothes where all the fabric designs match. You will pay more but at least you can purchase outfits that meet your criteria. Waiting for QVC to do it will never happen. Their prices are high enough as it is.

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When it is pj's, I'm not as particular.  But for other items, I totally agree!  This 4-H girl learned that way back in the 1970's! 

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@pupwhipped At this point of his career he's just a front-man for the line.  Thought he sold out a while back  (hmm)........whatever the deal he couldn't care less.It's all abost $$$

 

Now Susan points out her plaids/checks match.