butcherboy1, on 01 September 2011 - 12:01 AM, said:
I dare say, that Arturo has found an excellent source for his requirement and at 20 Euro's, all i can say is , well done! that is truly an excellent deal!. But when it comes to group concerns, i think we all strive to look the same. Take for example our group, we all acquired the SE M40 tunic and pantalone.. and when you see a pic of us all together, with the same belt order and such.. it just looks great. I'm sure that independent tailor's are just as proficient at producing the right cut and cloth that is required.. but are they able to do it on a large scale?
thanks for the answer. And yes, a professional taylor will have no problem making 1 or 1 hundred pieces looking the same. If he is a pro, I mean, and makes proper cutting paper-shapes (or wooden ones, if the quantities justify the effort). Even relatively small Industrial taylors (the ones that makes uniforms for private police and guardianship firms, gold clubs etc) use laser-cutting for the clothing, so their cut is OK as well (and they can make even just 20 or 30 uniforms of your design). No, I do not think there could be a quantity/uniformity problem. I'm still a bit puzzled
Maybe uniformity of the cut and - mostly! - cloth colour with other reenacting groups?