JP Vossen on 10 Feb 2016 09:26:39 -0800

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Re: [PLUG] PLUG patch (try #2)

I saw one last night and it looked awesome.  But did anyone elses brain
break trying to parse how you can `patch` PLUG?  Why?  Does it have a
bug?  (Come to think of it, don't answer that last question!)

On 02/10/2016 12:08 PM, Keith C. Perry wrote:
> (resending since the original message was rejected- the attachment made
> the email too big)
> I've gotten more questions on this so I wanted to write it up.  A couple
> of months ago, I wanted to create a PLUG patch for a bag so I grabbed
> a PLUG logo from:
> and then created the image I've attached to this email.  I forget if
> images come through or not so here is the link below:
> Its a 900 x 900 300dpi graphic which lends itself well to creating a 3"
> x 3" patch.  The vendor I use for this type of stuff
> is who are now doing PVC patches which are
> thinner and allow one to use any graphic.  They also allow quantities of
> 1  :)
> $7.00 USD plus shipping- you can beat that!
> These patches are fabricated with the "hook" side of  what is commonly
> called velco (generically called a "hook & loop" field.  The hook side
> is the hard side and the loop side is the soft side) but if you can also
> order a loop side in case you want or need to do a custom stitch job to
> mount the patch.
> I was going order 2 more for myself but I thought would ask in case
> anyone else wanted one.  I don't mind doing a combined order if its not
> too many people  :)  You can just pay me when it comes in (contact me
> directly, no need to burn up list space.  Let me know by Friday morning
> 2/12 so I can submit the order that afternoon).
> If not, I just wanted to share the graphic as it really is public domain
> work extending from Stephanie Fox's work for PLUG.  I'm sure
> others might have other ideas on how to promote PLUG with this or other
> graphics.

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