So, I've finally managed to get all the materials together for making some "Highlander the Snowman" shirts. One is by request from my friend Craig (AKA Townie Bastard). The other is for myself (I need to see how it holds up after a few washes). I don't know if I'm going to offer them in the shop or not.... that would require buying shirts up front (various sizes/colours) and having them at the ready. I don't know if I want to get that involved with selling iron-on transfer shirts. The expense is kind of high for doing low quantities. I'm hoping to get involved with silk-screening in the coming weeks. If that turns out to be fun, maybe in the new year I'll buy a bulk order of shirts and try some different things. I think a silk-screened shirt will last considerably longer than a transfer. Plus there's something nice about wearing a t-shirt that is essentially a hand-pulled print.
***Jeez, I'm barely a few weeks into this blog and I've already managed to ignore it for 4 days. How do people keep up with these things?
The latest lino isn't finished yet. This weekend was consumed by Christmas parties, Sam Roberts and snow fences. And now I have a cold and don't really want to do anything. Blech.