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Stitched Whimsy dies question

Phyllis Strickland
A long distance customer ordered the Stitched Whimsy dies but was dissatisfied with them and returned them.  I did not see how they cut - didn’t cut in this case - so not sure if it was an issue with the dies or a preference.  She said the stitching was barely noticeable.  I know she uses only SU cardstock.  

Now a very good customer wants to order them and I am not sure what to do.  I am always upfront if I receive valid negative feedback on a product and steer customers to an alternate item.  In this case I didn’t see it.

If you have these dies, what is your opinion of them?  Ordinarily I would ask that if you used them in classes, did you get any feedback pro or con.   Also, is the stitching like the other stitched dies or how would you describe it.

Thank you very much for any input

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Re: SU!: Stitched Whimsy dies question

Angie Brailsford
The dies aren't cutting dies...leaves only a stitched design on the cardstock piece. Someone could always cut around the stitching if they like to create a shaped piece. By the way...I like them :)

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A long distance customer ordered the Stitched Whimsy dies but was dissatisfied with them and returned them.  I did not see how they cut - didn’t cut in this case - so not sure if it was an issue with the dies or a preference.  She said the stitching was barely noticeable.  I know she uses only SU cardstock.  

Now a very good customer wants to order them and I am not sure what to do.  I am always upfront if I receive valid negative feedback on a product and steer customers to an alternate item.  In this case I didn’t see it.

If you have these dies, what is your opinion of them?  Ordinarily I would ask that if you used them in classes, did you get any feedback pro or con.   Also, is the stitching like the other stitched dies or how would you describe it.

Thank you very much for any input

Phyllis Strickland
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RE: Stitched Whimsy dies question

Micky Lavinder
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They don’t cut – they just emboss the frame.  I was not too happy with that – but when you know what they do -you can use them appropriately.

 

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A long distance customer ordered the Stitched Whimsy dies but was dissatisfied with them and returned them.  I did not see how they cut - didn’t cut in this case - so not sure if it was an issue with the dies or a preference.  She said the stitching was barely noticeable.  I know she uses only SU cardstock.  

Now a very good customer wants to order them and I am not sure what to do.  I am always upfront if I receive valid negative feedback on a product and steer customers to an alternate item.  In this case I didn’t see it.

If you have these dies, what is your opinion of them?  Ordinarily I would ask that if you used them in classes, did you get any feedback pro or con.   Also, is the stitching like the other stitched dies or how would you describe it.

Thank you very much for any input

Phyllis Strickland
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Re: SU!: Stitched Whimsy dies question

Connie Babbert
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As others have said, they don't cut, they just leave a stitched impression.  I've sold SEVERAL of these dies...my customers love the look!

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A long distance customer ordered the Stitched Whimsy dies but was dissatisfied with them and returned them.  I did not see how they cut - didn’t cut in this case - so not sure if it was an issue with the dies or a preference.  She said the stitching was barely noticeable.  I know she uses only SU cardstock.  

Now a very good customer wants to order them and I am not sure what to do.  I am always upfront if I receive valid negative feedback on a product and steer customers to an alternate item.  In this case I didn’t see it.

If you have these dies, what is your opinion of them?  Ordinarily I would ask that if you used them in classes, did you get any feedback pro or con.   Also, is the stitching like the other stitched dies or how would you describe it.

Thank you very much for any input

Phyllis Strickland
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Re: SU!: Stitched Whimsy dies question

Nola Burkhard
I too had a customer turn hers in. Dissatisfied with how they worked.

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As others have said, they don't cut, they just leave a stitched impression. I've sold SEVERAL of these dies...my customers love the look!

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A long distance customer ordered the Stitched Whimsy dies but was dissatisfied with them and returned them. I did not see how they cut - didn’t cut in this case - so not sure if it was an issue with the dies or a preference. She said the stitching was barely noticeable. I know she uses only SU cardstock.

Now a very good customer wants to order them and I am not sure what to do. I am always upfront if I receive valid negative feedback on a product and steer customers to an alternate item. In this case I didn’t see it.

If you have these dies, what is your opinion of them? Ordinarily I would ask that if you used them in classes, did you get any feedback pro or con. Also, is the stitching like the other stitched dies or how would you describe it.

Thank you very much for any input

Phyllis Strickland
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Re: SU!: Stitched Whimsy dies question

Linda Pastva-Callahan
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I'm satisfied with my  dies. They are the perfect extra detail!  I knew they didn't cut. Maybe your customer needs a shim to get deeper stitch lines??
 
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A long distance customer ordered the Stitched Whimsy dies but was dissatisfied with them and returned them.  I did not see how they cut - didn’t cut in this case - so not sure if it was an issue with the dies or a preference.  She said the stitching was barely noticeable.  I know she uses only SU cardstock.  

Now a very good customer wants to order them and I am not sure what to do.  I am always upfront if I receive valid negative feedback on a product and steer customers to an alternate item.  In this case I didn’t see it.

If you have these dies, what is your opinion of them?  Ordinarily I would ask that if you used them in classes, did you get any feedback pro or con.   Also, is the stitching like the other stitched dies or how would you describe it.

Thank you very much for any input

Phyllis Strickland
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RE: SU!: Stitched Whimsy dies question

Cindy McCool

The dies only put in stitched lines as that is what they are designed to do. Mine cut the lines just fine, but I was disappointed that they didn’t cut the perimeter out. I guess I didn’t read the description well enough.

 

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A long distance customer ordered the Stitched Whimsy dies but was dissatisfied with them and returned them.  I did not see how they cut - didn’t cut in this case - so not sure if it was an issue with the dies or a preference.  She said the stitching was barely noticeable.  I know she uses only SU cardstock.  

Now a very good customer wants to order them and I am not sure what to do.  I am always upfront if I receive valid negative feedback on a product and steer customers to an alternate item.  In this case I didn’t see it.

If you have these dies, what is your opinion of them?  Ordinarily I would ask that if you used them in classes, did you get any feedback pro or con.   Also, is the stitching like the other stitched dies or how would you describe it.

Thank you very much for any input

Phyllis Strickland
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Re: SU!: Stitched Whimsy dies question

Kelly Taranto
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Hi Phyllis,

I have these dies as do two of my customers, and we all LOVE LOVE LOVE them. It's important to know that these are not a die that cuts out a shape. They simply leave a stitched whimsy design in the background. I find they are a "go-to" when I don't want to use an embossing folder on the bottom layer, but want to add just a little bit of "something". When I get home later I'll take a photo of a swap I just did that used it.

Kelly

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A long distance customer ordered the Stitched Whimsy dies but was dissatisfied with them and returned them.  I did not see how they cut - didn’t cut in this case - so not sure if it was an issue with the dies or a preference.  She said the stitching was barely noticeable.  I know she uses only SU cardstock.  

Now a very good customer wants to order them and I am not sure what to do.  I am always upfront if I receive valid negative feedback on a product and steer customers to an alternate item.  In this case I didn’t see it.

If you have these dies, what is your opinion of them?  Ordinarily I would ask that if you used them in classes, did you get any feedback pro or con.   Also, is the stitching like the other stitched dies or how would you describe it.

Thank you very much for any input

Phyllis Strickland
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