New Mabel-wrinkled lining seams

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  1. I bought a new Mabel in buttercup last week and just noticed that the lining seams look horrible. They are are wrinkled. Are they supposed to look like this?Anyone experienced this before?
     
  2. any pictures?
     
  3. #3 Jul 15, 2009
    Last edited: Jul 15, 2009
  4. Top thread's tention was too strong on the sawing machine... (bring me back to school lesson!) This is QC issue really. None of mine looks like that as far as I remember off hand.

    Does that bother you a lot, or actually prevent you to use the bag nomally? Perhaps you should contac CS first with pics and see what they say.
     
  5. Hmm it looks ok to me, and I don't think it would bother me. I'll check my lined mabels when I get home to see if they're similar, I've never inspected them before! :biggrin:
     
  6. I have several mabels and none of them have this kind of wrinkled lining. I guess thread has been too tight when sawing like Ratrat said, it looks that I had sewn it...:P maybe I am a bit fussy but I think it will bother me..I´ve used to a better quality than this. I will contact Mulberry cs and wait what they say about it. I bought it from sale, but that shouldn´t be the issue in my opinion....:confused1:
     
  7. I think this would be the same for me too. I don't tend to look that hard at my bags and I don't think that this would bother me at all. If there is no hole in the seam then it wouldn't bother me.
     
  8. It seriously wouldn't bother me, especially if I got it from the sale in reduced price. If I bought it full price, then maybe I would email the CS about it.
     

  9. How did you notice this Mulberryforever? Did the pocket feel wrinkled when you put stuff in it?
     
  10. I'm going to be different because it I pay Mulberry prices I expect the bags to be perfect and that is not. Only from a value for money point of view not from a usabiity point of view
     
  11. ^^ I totally agree with Bluecat. I expect my Mulberries to be top quality both inside and out. It is a principle really, because I am only willing to pay these amounts of money for 100% quality.