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Wednesday, December 01, 2010


Well, we are likely going to go ahead and print shirts to take on the road with us if we end up traveling more with The Woodworking Show this winter.  It looks like the more cost effective way to go is digital instead of screen, so that means we get to move to full color, rather than skimping on a one-color print.  With that in mind, we've redesigned several of the designs.

All of these designs would be still be printed on the front, generally centered on the upper chest area (with the exception of Represent, which is a tall design that runs up the entire right side of the shirt).  Our logo and website would be on the back, about 3.5 inches wide, up at the top.

"Going Green"
Reduce, reuse, recycle.  Lather, rinse, repeat.  You know the routine by now.  So be a good little steward of the earth's resources and let no beautiful lumber go to waste. 

"Occupational Hazard"
Hey, at least all the fingers are still there.  That's more than I can say for some of my woodworking buddies.

"Mandatory Waiting Period"
Woodworkers don't come stumbling into bed finally because they are tired of working on their project.  They come because there is nothing more they can do until the glue dries.

You can do wonders with these three versatile woods, and best yet, they're readily available right here in the good old USA.

Respect the beauty of the tree.  Do it proud.  Make something amazing from its lumber.  Let that gorgeous grain shine.  Show the world.  It's the least you can do for the tree.

"Three Wishes"
If you had a genie in a bottle, what would you wish for?  That's an easy one.

Do you like them better or worse?  Which are your favorites?  Which do you think you'd be most likely to buy for yourself or as a gift for others?  As before, we're looking for your feedback.  Thanks.

1 comment:

Matthew Souder said...

I want one of each! :-)