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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001639.txt from 1998/04

From: Mark Charette <charette@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] Klarinet ID for ClarinetFest (or any other reason)
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 1998 16:23:16 -0400

Mitch Bassman wrote:
>
> I don't want to belabor this ID issue on list (I'd take it offline right
> away, but others might have better ideas than mine); nevertheless,
>
> At 02:49 PM 4/28/98 -0400, Mark Charette wrote:
> >Incredibly cheap and easy to make.
>
> I understand the economics and convenience of "manufacturing." And I
> certainly understand your not having time to get more involved. What I
> *don't* understand is the directions for application and use. Maybe I'm
> incredibly dense, but I'd rather attribute my lack of understanding to a
> lack of experience with iron-ons. (It's only slightly more than my total
> lack of experience auditioning for major symphony orchestras.)
>
> Would attendees be expected to iron the ID logo on an entire week's worth
> of shirts prior to the festival? (I really don't want to have a permanent
> KLARINET logo on so many items of my clothing.) Would everyone on the
> KLARINET list wear the same (gradually smellier) clothing each day? (That's
> an alternative, but undesirable, form of identification.) Could we simply
> pin the "iron-on" to our clean clothes each morning? Please help me to see
> the implementation of your very much appreciated suggestion.

Hmmm ... I was thinking of one article of clothing, probably
a shirt, but I haven't thought it through, that is certain.

A label/stickon/button/pin is clearly a better idea. I'll post
the graphic on the sneezy web site after I make it - thanks Fred -
I figured I had a couple of days before any letters came in, so I
haven't
done it yet. Now, to find some Germanic fonts (per Jim Fay's suggestion)
...
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