EDIT - IR - Terramar Therma TX Silk & Wool Top - Nancy Griffith
Great report; thanks for submitting!
My edits follow the standard convention:
The regular routine applies: edit, upload; remove test; go on an
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> WEIGHT: 130 lb (59.00 kg)Edit: You can remove the decimal place after '59'
> thermal base layer with two-layers of fabric.EDIT: You don't need the hyphen between "two layers"
> The wool is stated as mercerized which means thatEDIT: Commas before "which"
> flatlock seam construction which means that
> few inches (cm) forward and aft. This is to allow for freedom ofEdit/Comment: The construction of these two sentences seemed a little
> seam rather than overlapped. This makes for a completely flat seam
choppy. On other sentences, you've done a good job to connect the
observation with the follow-up statement using phrases like "...,
which means..." or "...for a completely flat seam."
> The two-layer construction does not feel in any wayEdit/Comment: This is another place where joining the two sentences
> like two separate layers. The fabric feels like one single layer.
makes sense to complete the thought. Maybe an em-dash: "...separate
layers--the fabric feels..."?
> It is a bit large (Medium)EDIT: (medium)
> I'm not sure if silk/wool shrink so I'llEDIT: "...silk/wool will shrink, so I'll..."
> I am allergic to wool and get very itchy if/when wool directlyComment: YIKES! I hope this test doesn't put you in an allergic
> touches my skin.
reaction! Please be careful!
- Hi Derek,
Thanks for the quick edits. I've made the changes and uploaded (and deleted the test file).
>> WEIGHT: 130 lb (59.00 kg)The conversion happens with the report writer, so I cannot edit the trailing zeros. If you know how, let me know and I'll modify it. It drives me nuts too.
>Edit: You can remove the decimal place after '59'
>> I am allergic to wool and get very itchy if/when wool directly touches my skin.I've been able to wear the shirt more already and it hasn't bothered my skin at all. Many of the wools now say that they're itch-free but I've been afraid to try it until now.
>Comment: YIKES! I hope this test doesn't put you in an allergic reaction! Please be careful!
See you again in a few months.