Order Status "Packaging"
Overall, coast-to-coast shipping with UPS, FedX or USPS will take 5 business days max with a few days thrown in for the vendor/seller to process or handle the order for shipping. I contacted Customer Service when I did not receive my order after 9 business days and was told the order was still in the warehouse. I found this to be totally unacceptable as well as disturbing. This shipping glitch that is being blamed on the introduction of new technology creating delays in shipping has been going on for quite some time based on the forums and notes. HSN needs to be diligently working around the clock 24/7 to get the backlog of packages out of their wareshouses right now to meet customer expectations. They should be working with their shipping carriers to clear the back up, upgrading the packages to premium services @ no charge to customers for the inconvenience and offering discount coupons to keep customers from going elsewhere. In this day and age, technology is to move you forward not set you back.
Took the words right out my mouth
Great Job! That’s Awesome.
Finally getting back to this post about scanning in a pattern with the snc.
As we know that is what I am showing you all in the pictures above.
Now I did not do a cut of this with my scanncut because it would have literally cut out the writing that is shown on the pattern meaning if I used fabric or paper it would have really cut out all the words and would have ruined the fabric if that is what I was using so I had it draw out the pattern instead.
I just used a piece of scrap card stock.
In the picture I am about to post here you will see the pattern piece in purple and you will also see my own pattern creation that I used with the scanncut to make my china tea cup case. those pattern pieces are made with white printer copy paper. You could also use tissue paper and then it would have the feel of a manufactured tissue pattern.
Here is what I made with the pattern I created.
With that said yes you can create your own patterns and or make the pattern piece right inside your scan n cut and then just cut out the fabric.
As for manufactured patterns!!! I need to go back to the drawing board no bun intended. I am sure there is a trick to this that I have not learned yet but if and when I do I will more then likely share that here.
Your HSN friend,
Posted in Customer Service
12.11.15 7:46 PM