#2329: SeemingSeams

Tailored suits have slightly less precise stitching than those that are made on a sewing machine.

This acts as another identifier of something bespoke and hand-made (beyond the personalised fit).


Today’s invention is a modified sewing machine which makes stitches in suits, or shirts -subject to a small, tuneable amount of ‘noise’ in terms of needle positioning.

This allows even-off-the peg clothing to appear somewhat more like a prestige product.

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