|17 area rugs serged for a Montessori school.|
We also received a serging job for pieces that were custom made. They chose to use a black serging yarn to accent the black carpet within the off-white field carpet. Here are two pictures of what it looked like:
|Cotton serging yarn up-close.|
|Custom runner with black cotton serging yarn as an accent.|
The serging jobs were great projects. We even had a walk-in come in to cut back a custom car mat and finish it with serging to top it all off!
A completely separate job came to us. It was a carpet remnant that was already bound that needed to be cut into three different pieces. The original binding was a gold tone, which was used on a dark taupe (almost purple) carpet. I wasn't fond of the color the factory chose for the carpet. It wasn't even in the ballpark of the color of the carpet. Ultimately, because we could not match the existing binding exactly, we were instructed to bind all four sides to get the same aesthetics on all sides. Unfortunately, my camera isn't great, but here are two pictures of the original binding, then another displaying our binding versus their binding:
|Original binding: gold/tan color on taupe carpet.|
You can see that our binding matches the carpet better and it has a better finishing touch. If a person is attentive towards detail, they would notice a big difference. This aids in displaying the quality of our binding, as well as our ability to pick up better color tones to compliment the color of the carpet. We can't always get an exact match, but in this case, we think we hit a home-run!
This week, we already have three projects in for new fringe and a few custom binding jobs to finish up.
to everybody who uses
DWP Carpet Binding
for all your binding needs!