Is this normal for a lamb boy?

Elizshop

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I just received my boy and I noticed that some of the quilts are not as puffy as others especially along the portion where the flap curves. I haven't used it yet so I am concerned. The other quilts look fine for now. What do u ladies think? ImageUploadedByPurseForum1400352458.731094.jpg ImageUploadedByPurseForum1400352477.311173.jpg
 
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Tiny09

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could it be because how it was packed in the box? i have seen this happening to my red caviar flap. it got better after a week or so after i took it out of the box.

but better to return it if it bothers you.
 

MDNA

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I would exchange! That would bothers me greatly. If it will eventually happens, I want to be the one to break it in!
 

Helen84

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How long does it take until the quilting gets "puffed out" normally?

I see this on the vintage bags and well used bags online. Shouldn't be on a new bag?
 

Elizshop

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How long does it take until the quilting gets "puffed out" normally?

I see this on the vintage bags and well used bags online. Shouldn't be on a new bag?

Yes that's what I want to know. I am new to boys but my classic flaps are nice and puffy. I am thinking that the boy doesn't really have that same "puffy" effect but is this to be expected or abnormal?
 

calflu

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My lamb jumbo is more puffy and soft than my lamb boy. So I feel I need to baby the lamb jumbo more than lamb boy


Yes that's what I want to know. I am new to boys but my classic flaps are nice and puffy. I am thinking that the boy doesn't really have that same "puffy" effect but is this to be expected or abnormal?