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Old 11-05-2011, 07:31 AM   #1
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Shirt alterations

I have a few shirts that are in great condition but are too big for me now. I'm hoping to get some darts put in to slim them down so they fit better.

Where's a good place to do this? I stopped in at Blair Shapera who did my court clothes, and he charges $12 a shirt.

Anywhere else that does good work that might be cheaper? With the # of shirts I'm doing, even saving 2-3 bucks will add up in the end.
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