Wait, wait, wait. Larry in Cincinnati? Talking about vise? Is this Larry
Flynt? I though you were running for Gov. of Californication? Is this
T-shirt gig a fundraiser?
PS: I think the idea is clever. Yet, bottom line: Would I buy one?
Probably not. That's just my personal style. But, if you were looking for
pre-orders, just wanted to note this. BTW, if you have any time to
actually do this, you might be able to get one or more sponsors that could
bring the price down a buck or two.
Since it's apparent that NONE of us will ever agree on a logo, the saying,
or even worse the *spelling* of a tee shirt - let's put something on it that
will make people ask questions about our craft . . . something so profound
that even folks on Arbor Day will go "WOW - I never heard of that before."
How about this:
"Jummywood - it's on the Wreck!"
Okay - I now see that we can agree on not agreeing!
This idea's been around rec.crafts.woodturning for a couple of years. The
following sites feature t-shirts designed and marketed by two ladies (Ruth
and Molly) who frequent the group. Although the group name does not appear
on the shirts, they've been informally adopted by the group, and are worn
for recognition to turning symposiums and other gatherings. The ladies have
also managed to have the shirts featured in one or two catalogs of prominent
I think you should take a crack at it, he said ordering a volunteer
about. Also think about the guy sitting in a pile of cutoffs, sawdust,
chips, etc. holding a really nice table or cradle or... Make the guy
look goofy (Maybe Jums will send you a photo).
larry in cinci wrote:
If t-shirts don't blow yer hair back, maybe an ole bumper sticker might. I
had a stack of bumper sticker stock left over from a printing course and
printed up a sticker using my laser printer.
Didn't get the thing on the bumper straight...but that's somewhat like some
of my ww projects..
larry in columbia
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