Hi everyone!...I would love your opinion on a little situation that I am going through. Back in May, I dropped off my vintage Beige M/L flap for cleaning/"reglazing" because the back and edges were dirty. I got her back 10 long weeks later, and she was redyed in the exact shade, which I was thrilled about. But, upon careful inspection noticed that the stitching around the corners, edges, and back were very badly frayed. She now looks very messy because the edges are frayed. Even worse, the frayed pieces are dyed over, so the stitching looks very chunky. :cry: I spoke with my SA and he sent her back for repair. I got her back last week, and I see very little improvement. He suggested that I speak with the SA that handles repairs to see what can be done. Now, I am waiting for that SA to get back from vacation. I get pretty upset every time I look at her, and I've lost all interest in using her now because the stitching is so odd (and I don't want people to think I'm wearing a fake). Ideally, I would like to get it fixed, but I don't think it's humanly possible. Has anyone else gone through something similar during a redye process? What would you do? Thanks for hearing me out!