This is the story of an avid sports-fan, and a pair of Boston to Philly transplants.
Somehow or another, Papelbon moved from the Red
Socks Sox to the Phillies.(I was pleased that I knew it was baseball. The specifics of the transfer are beyond me). M, our plucky fan, had made the same move and decided her favorite shirt could live on! She asked me to help her patch the Phillies logo over the Red Socks Sox, brought them both over -- and they sat in my closet for about a year.
The other night, we actually got down to it -- its hard to see in this picture, but there is a chalk outline around the Phillies logo that traces the curves of the words - we decided it would be more interesting than a straight rectangle. After that it was just a matter of zig-zaging over the chalk and trimming off he excess green fabric.
The whole process took less than an hour and resulted in a very happy sports fan. Also a discussions of motorcycle gang patch overs. It seems there is an etiquette to such things. All to the music of Mr. Nimoy.
Red Sox - close. But the Red and White Sox aren't Socks even though it's part of their logos.ReplyDelete
Fair enough - but only because of font size!Delete
"The name Red Sox, chosen by owner John I. Taylor after the 1907 season, refers to the red hose in the team uniform beginning 1908. Sox had been previously adopted for the Chicago White Sox by newspapers needing a headline-friendly form of Stockings, as "Stockings Win!" in large type would not fit on a page. " <-- from Wikipedia.