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Digsy LaRaspberry
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« on: October 22, 2005 10:44:17 AM »

So last year, I and several others went to the city to be part of the Skills Canada Boat Challenge 2004. Cardboard boat challenge, did I mention that? Which involved a competition of teams of different high schools to build a boat-canoe-type-affair in a time limit, and then they would race them across an Olympic sized pool. Pretty neat, huh?
Well, I wasn't on our Boat Team. I was, however, on our Video Team. I was one of two people that directed, produced, and hosted the film that followed our Boat Team's progress. Not only that, but I got a free t-shirt!!!!!
This T-shirt was an XL men's and very comfy, but it looked ugly as hell in spite of the neat-o logo on the front. I wore it anyways and got the team to sign it. Then, it lived for a year in my closet. Undecided
Last night, I finally resized it. I had to chop off my friend's signature because it didn't fit, but Never Fear! I appliq-ed it back on the finished product!
Here it is, in all of its proud competitive glory.

The Front -

The back  - with the signatures...

Aaaaand a closeup of poor Kim's signature that I saved Grin...
("Go Opeongo Last minute!" means that Opeongo High School's Boat Team showed up at the event with absolutely no blueprint and had to wing it)

I hope these work!
Should I maybe add some navy blue lace to the hem of the sleeves?

Thanks for stopping by!!!!!
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« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2005 12:30:51 PM »

cute way to save a sentamental thing... i think the lace could be cute!!

If I could I would shrink myself
Sink through your skin to your blood cells
remove whatever makes you hurt
but I am too weak to be your cure.

<3 shannon
« Reply #2 on: October 22, 2005 03:25:50 PM »

Cute, I think the applique is really neat.

when i grow up, i'm going to Aristasia to wear full length velvet gowns to cocktail parties.
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