The new t-shirts have just arrived, and this might be our favorite design yet! The front features a large ripsaw in action taken from Joseph Park’s 1908 book Educational Wood Working for School and Home. The back has a detail of the saw’s teeth and our long-standing motto, “We Plane. We Saw. We Conquer.” The last time we had a shirt with that phrase on it was a long time ago, and we’ve gotten numerous requests for it. We think it fits perfectly with this design. These unisex shirts are screen printed with water-based ink by Triple Stamp Press. They have a wonderfully soft vintage feel. The shirts are $25.00. Order yours here.
This time, we’re going out on a limb in also offering a few women’s slim cut shirts and kid’s shirts. But we have very limited stock, so if you want one, you should order right away. If your size is sold out, please let us know – we are trying to gauge the amount of interest in these.
We have also discounted our previous “Incite Craft” shirts down to $18.00. Grab one while we still have them in stock!
To go along with the new shirt, we have this 4”-tall die-cut ripsaw sticker available for $3.00. These are high-quality thick vinyl stickers that withstand a serious beating, whether it’s stuck on your water bottle or car bumper. Order one here.
The Axe Poster
The “Another Work is Possible” axe poster has begun shipping out and we’ve already gotten feedback from pleased customers. This 15" x 20" poster was printed on heavyweight, matte-coated paper in the United States. You can order a copy for $15.00 here.
Issue Nine and “Greenwood” Video
In other news, Mike is putting the final touches on his new Apprenticeship instructional video exploring green woodworking. We are aiming to have this video in our store by the end of next week. We’ll let you know when it’s available.
p.s. Mike and I have been working through the Issue Nine articles. They are sooo good! You’ll love this issue. More details to come…