I have made some new checkbook cover/wallet thingies because of a custom order recently. I am pretty happy with how they turned out. There are still some kinks to work out, pretty minor and only with ways to make assembly easier. This is the first one I made. The topstitching had some flubs (I needed to use a larger needle), the label is not in the best place and I ironed it after the snaps were put in which left some "shine" on the material.
So this is where the "tester" portion of the title comes into play. I am looking for someone who is willing to use my checkbook cover/wallet thingy, flubs and all, in exchange for giving me some feedback....like is the size ok, does it need more or less pockets/slots, is there something that should be added or deleted, etc.? If you are up for it, I will send it out to the 1st taker. Thanks :)
And now to the "opinion" portion of the post. Remember the windy craft show that ended in rain? Well, there was a casualty. I am not 100% sure what caused it, I think it was ink running off the tags onto the fabric. Luckily, the color matches the bag. I took a couple pics of the "stains", they are difficult to see on the picture of the whole bag....unless it's zoomed in.
Opinion time...do you think these could/should be sold...as one-offs or oopses at a bargain price? I hate to just toss them. Personally, it would not matter much to be since it is rather subtle. Plus, after a few uses I'd probably wind up doing something like that to it anyway. But I want to know what you think. Thanks :)