I received this text from one of my customers. It made me LOL.
This was in response to trying out our new Transfer Pattern Fabric for the first time. When Ric wrote ‘jack’, I think he meant ‘hacked’. I also think that ‘angle’ was supposed to be ‘angel’. I guess he was too excited to notice what the auto corrector put in.
Getting this message also made me realize that we haven’t yet done enough to let people know about this fantastic time saving Pattern Transfer Fabric. If you ever carve logos, words, letters and graphic patterns onto watermelons or pumpkins, then you will LOVE this Pattern Transfer Paper. You can print any image onto the Fabric, trim and stick onto your watermelon or pumpkin, and you are ready to carve! If you are a professional carver, you ought to have this in your bag of tricks so that you can get more done in less time.
Here is a 30 second demo of this time saving pattern transfer fabric.
This time saving pattern transfer paper works great with carving watermelons, too.
It’s SO MUCH FASTER than old methods of poking dots, using carbon paper or other old methods. And it gives you a much clearer, easy to see, pattern to carve. And it stays in place while carving, yet is easy to remove when you are done. For most purposes, it’s even better than our Pattern Transfer Paper.
If you want to see Rics review of the Pattern Transfer Fabric, click on the review tab after clicking here to go to the Pattern Transfer Fabric page.
Sometimes I get home around 6 or 7pm and will fix dinner then I am off to an evening of carving. That will keep me busy until 2 or 3 am. I get a few hours of sleep and I am back in to the kitchen at like 5 or 6 am. So to be able to print what I needed, stick it on and carve is really a blessing. I save the time it would take me to get the artwork done and start was never before 11- 11:30pm. So to save the time and get it done taking 2 hrs. off my work is awesome. No carver should ever be with out this.
On the transfer pattern you exhibited from one of your best customers, he said,”YOU ARE MY ANGLE OF MERCY.’, did he not mean angel of mercy. Pardon the correction, but I used to edit a magazine, and it jumped out at me. Maybe it is the way he meant. I just thought you should know.
Yes, I realize there is a misspelling but since that image is a screen shot of the text I received, I could not change it. I did mention the correction in the copy of the post. Thanks for being observant and letting me know.