Soft Toy Hospital - Surgery Risks (Hand Sewing)
Hand sewing (also applicable to factory seam)
Factory Seam - the original seam used by the manufacturer to insert stuffing
- For procedures using hand sewing, please take note that hand sewing may result in a slightly wavy finish (due to one-sided thread). This type of sewing also unravels quickly if broken.
- For factory seams, the old thread will be cut, removed, and disposed of unless otherwise advised.
- There will be new needle puncture holes from the needle and thread from the procedure.
- Sewing will be done on a best-attempt basis as much as possible. It may or may not sit on the original sew position exactly and may or may not result in a slight variation in the look of the plush.
- There may be fabric deterioration or possible future rips incurred from the sewing.
- This sewing is done by hand, the stitches will not be equally spaced perfectly like a machine.
- Heavy-duty thread in either white, brown, light blue, red, or black will be used for factory seam closure. There are no other color options available.
- Standard thread for all other hand-sewn finishes will be color matched on the best attempt by the hospital. Customers will not have a say in the exact shade of color used.
- Hand sewing will be visible if the customer stretches the seam. This is normal in hand sewing and not a sign of a defect.
- Sewing thread used may be in single or double lines depending on purposes and requirements as deemed fit by the hospital.
- We do not guarantee the size of the sewing
- We do not guarantee the location where the stitches will land
- We do not guarantee nor discuss with customers where the thread knots should be, or how many separate sewing spots there will be.
- These sewing may or may not be reversible depending on how they are sewn. You are to assume non-reversible unless otherwise advised.