DesignerGreek Announces Complimentary Cutting Service

Looking for a one-of-a-kind set of letters for your Greek letter shirt or Fraternity sweatshirt? DesignerGreek, a leading Greek apparel company, just announced a complimentary cutting service for its customers so that they can proudly wear a truly custom piece of Greek clothing.

  • Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedInEmail a friend
custom greek letters, fabric letters, sewn-on greek letters, stitch letters

Custom Cut Greek Letters from DesignerGreek

"Once the fabric arrives the DG Team often spends extra time lining the letters up just right before they are laser cut," says Stefany Bernard of DesignerGreek.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 21, 2014

Today, DesignerGreek, a leading online retailer of custom Greek apparel, announced a new cutting service for its customers - and it's complimentary. While the already custom store offers hundreds of clothing and fabric options, now customers can have anything when it comes to sewn-on letters for their Greek gear.

How it works – Designer Greek customers design their Greek letter shirts and Greek letter sweatshirts just like they always have, but now have the opportunity to send in their own custom fabric to be cut (for free) and sewn by DG. When designing their Greek apparel in the Letter Design Shop, there is a new foreground pattern called "Your Custom Fabric". When this is selected, the DG Team knows a lovely new fabric is on it's way to the DG Headquarters.

Fabrics can be purchased from any online retailer or local fabric store and shipped to DesignerGreek (PO Box 31141, Seattle, WA 98103). For a one-of-a-kind fabric, customers can design their own at Spoonflower and have it shipped directly to DesignerGreek. DesignerGreek recommends 100% cotton, small scale patterns and at least 1/4 of a yard for a 1-3 piece order.

"Once the fabric arrives the DG Team often spends extra time lining the letters up just right before they are laser cut, as the custom prints typically look best when specific areas of the pattern fabric are visible," says Stefany Bernard of DesignerGreek. "It's just another example of how much we care about our customer experience and the products they receive from our company. We strive for 100% satisfaction and we believe this new service will do exactly that!"


Contact

Follow us on: Contact's Facebook Contact's Twitter Contact's LinkedIn