Jim Miller Sr. (jjmsr@LSFCU.ORG)
Fri, 28 Jun 1996 16:25:00 +0000
Can't answer your questions directly but do have another suggestion. Epson make
s or distributes a heat transfer material that can be printed on a color printer
. I've used it on my H-P Deskjet. You can make full color graphics in the com
puter and iron them on to neckerchief material.
Just a thought
From: Johnson, Charles E.
Sent: Friday, June 28, 1996 6:00 AM
To: Jim Miller Sr.; Multiple recipients of list SCOUTS-L
We're trying to get our troop started again and I am trying to get
the troop to gain an identity. We have created a troop logo that
we will be putting on our troop equipment. I would like to put
the logo on neckerchiefs for each Scout as well, since nobody
in the troop wears one, until now.
I have need for any advice, suggestions, or general help
regarding neckerchiefs. What colors work well, what don't?
(This is coming from a guy who wears brown socks with
blue pants.) What dimensions work best? Are frayed edges good
or do sewn edges work better? Any silk screening suggestions?
I downloaded the file on silk screening from the archives and that
was helpful. I would appreciate any advice from the Scouts-L folks.
Yours in Scouting,
Eagle class of 1982
I'm not a fox, bobwhite, owl, bear, antelope, or buffalo.........yet.
James J. Miller Sr.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City