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Wear your love for woodworking on your sleeve

comments (3) March 5th, 2012 in blogs

MKenney Matthew Kenney, senior editor
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 - CLICK TO ENLARGE Photo: Ed Pirnik

I recently stumbled across Cafepress, a website that sells all manner logo'd clothing and accessories. Curious as I am, I started to look for woodworking themed shirts. I found a lot. Eventually, I settled on the one you see me wearing in the photos (link). The best thing about them is that they aren't covered in logos for tool companies, magazines (ahem!), or retail outlets. True, some of the options are a bit...um, how do I say this...not my style, but most are pretty cool. Take a look and show your love for the craft.



posted in: blogs, cafe press, woodworking tshirt, cafepress


Comments (3)

saschafer saschafer writes:
T-shirts and tattoos are both pretty tame. What Matt really needs is a tongue piercing, and instead of the usual barbell, the stud should have a miniature molding plane on the end.

If he does it right, there's a dental hygiene bonus: He can use the plane to clean plaque from his teeth.

-Steve

Posted: 1:54 pm on March 7th

wrp47 wrp47 writes: I like it. T-Shirts are for the creative, Tattoos are for the ??? for they just don't change.
Posted: 11:58 am on March 7th

RalphBarker RalphBarker writes: Shirts are for the uncommitted. Tattoos, on the other hand (or, arm), show real devotion. Consider a router plane on one arm, and a mallet and mortise chisel on the other. ;-)
Posted: 10:31 am on March 6th

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