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  1. Saw someone's request for a soccer scarf template, and was inspired to make my own. It's completely vector, featuring a jacquard texture and "8-bit" appearance... I'll take requests, to the tune of this template: Main Color: either a solid color, or what 2 colors for the stripes Fringe Color(s): either a solid color, or what 2 colors for the fringe strings Text: a phrase, preferably no more than the number of characters above Logo: provide a link to the logo to be used. I won't convert to "8-bit" any of the logos you provide, so if you want that effect, you'll need to do it yourself. also, explain whether you want the logo on the right or left of the phrase. Thanks for taking a look!
  2. Haven't been around awhile because I was swamped with schoolwork. I have a week off before fall term, so I thought I'd say hi again and show you what I've been working on. When I saw that Indy Eleven was sponsoring a contest to design a fan scarf for them, I immediately knew what I wanted to do. I wanted to give mind to the how the ends looked, thinking that people don't just hang a scarf around their necks, but also tie them so that only the ends are really visible. I also wanted to make something that could double as a banner at a game. But before I clicked "send", I wanted to make sure I got some feedback on it first. So, what do you think?