EDIT: Ibex Woolies Zip T-Neck IR - Pam Wyant
- Hi Pam,
Happy New Year! I hope your holiday time is going well. Very nice
job on your report. Your HTML looks fine too. I found a couple of
edits, nothing big.
Initial Report - December 2007
##edit: I'm pretty sure you want a more specific date here Pam,
like December 20, 2007
The Woolies Zip T-Neck is a lightweight stetchy
##Comment: my spell checker has it as "rib knit"; your call.
The top is constructed with flatlock style seams, which allow the
stitching to show on both the inside and outside, but result in a
seam that is smooth on the inside as well as the outside. The
shoulder areas have a gussetted
panel which tapers from about 3 in
(7.5 cm) wide at the neck to about 6 in (15 cm) wide at the sleeve.
This allows a good fit in the shoulder area and eliminates seams on
top of the shoulder where they could irritate the skin when wearing a
pack. The cuffs are a double layer of fabric extending up the sleeve
about 3.5 in (7.5 cm). The shirt is otherwise simply constructed with
a single seam at each side, and a single seam on the underside of the
Photo - Shoulder detail
The sleeves measure about 27 in (69 cm) from the top of the shoulder
to the bottom of the cuff. The back of the shirt measures about 24
in (61 cm) from the bottom of the collar to the hem. The shirt
measures about 38 in (94 cm) around the bottom of the hem. A 1/2 x
3/4 in (1 x 2 cm) off white tag on the bottom right side of the hem
features the Ibex logo in dark purple. The tag continues onto the
reverse side of the hem where it proclaims "It Just Feels Right."
The neck has 'tag-free' labeling, with the manfacturer
size, country of manufacture (Fiji), and laundering instructions
printed in creamy white directly on the fabric. The instructions are
written in English only, and state to machine wash gentle in cold
water with like colors, using a mild deteregent,
and caution not to
use bleach, to lay flat to dry, and use a cool iron if necessary.
The typical international cleaning symbols are located under the
written instructions, as well as the website URL of www.ibex.com.
On the packaging the top comes in the following statement is
made: "The lower the microns the finer the wool. Our award-winning,
guide-approved Woolies are 18.5 micron Merio
- Thanks for the edits Tim. All made, except the date. It's acceptable
to have only the month and year, and I've went to using that since it
seems more reflective of the overall report date (i.e. should it be the
date written, posted, approved, uploaded, etc.?) It's simpler just to
use the month and just as relevant to the reader.
Sorry about the spelling errors. I forgot to spell check before