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    Thanks for the nice comments which I'll pass along to Emily. She's an excellent graphic designer and a lovely person.
    The label company that I used is Sienna Pacific located in California.
    The first logo that Emily designed for me was a pair of scissors. I told her that scissors aren't used very much for kiltmaking, but needles are used a lot. Then she designed this needle with the thistle on top. I love it! David, I was thinking the same thing.
    Bonnie Heather Greene, Kiltmaker and Artist
    Traditional hand stitched kilts, kilt alterations, kilt-skirts

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    Bonnie, I see your address listed here as Westchester/Putnam, NY, but don't you live and work in Rochester? I may need to stop in and see you someday on our way west from here. I work in Catskill, and while your mom would not know who I am, I've discussed kilts with her a few times in the past.

    Best of luck to you!

    Frank
    Ne Obliviscaris

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    Very nice label. Apply it proudly.

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    Very nice Bonnie; I hope to be able to see one of those, up close one of these day.

    The label should help establish your legacy. Just think, a hundred years from now a young woman or man will inherit a kilt handed down through generations of their family and they will know who made such a fine and beautiful garment.

    Nile

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