On Saturday, I left the warehouse with with a mask on my face. It was not great, but I was convinced I could do what I set out to do.
Hello, Muhfuckin' World!
It felt really nice to walk into my shop on Saturday with an idea and leave with a shitty mask on my face. I put it up on Facebook and my collective of folks all gave me props. Good encouragement. I knew it was something I needed to do.
And... I tracked down 1000 yards of elastic bands, 1/4". Somehow we were able to make a couple calls and after a quick trip to San Francisco, Bo came back with enough to make a lot of masks.
Time to sleep.
Then Sunday came.
Bo taught me how to use the embroidery software and it set me free a bit. I'd used it before but never in this manner. It's always "Hey, can you put my logo on this hat?" This was more of a challenge than a task.
Sunday left and with it v2.3. Left Saturday with v1.0 and walked out Sunday with v2.3 and a ton of changes I wanted to make and have ready to sample first thing Monday.
I knew it, I could most definitely turn T-shirts into Masks.