Scarfbook: read your clothing/wearable literature

August 15, 2006 at 3:16 pm | Posted in books, flight, tech | 1 Comment
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Given the danger that a book can conceal these days your never know when airborne book banning could become permanent.  Thus I bring you the Scarfbook a DIY project that involves printing text on iron-on transfer sheets and then affixing them to a length of cotton.  The added comment has a nice bit about fabric designed to be run through an ink-jet printer.

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Read it all here: http://www.boingboing.net/2006/08/14/make_a_scarfbook_to_.html

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  1. I don’t know how much safer a “scarf book” is in terms of airline security, but this is a neat way of putting text on cloth if you have any sort of project that requires it.

    It might be cool to make an actual scarf this way.


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