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Old 06-09-2014, 07:59 AM   #1
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Default Where to credit pattern designer on fretwork?

I am having difficulty in figuring out where to document the name of the pattern designer, and even my name, on the back of fretwork that has no backer board. This is important, but I am at a loss of how to do it. My writing is awful, and I cut a variety of designers' patterns, so even creative labeling doesn't work (and looks pretty bad). How are others documenting this information?
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You can add a string tie label and the new owner can decide whether to keep it or not.
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Yes, I thought about maybe some velcro & attach the label that way. The string is good too.
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I have a label with string that lists the name, cut by, designed by, and wood used. I did include the price, but people may want it as a gift, so I deleted the price and put the price on a separate tag.
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