Wearin’ O’ The Green

By Phil Hecken

It’s one of the greatest traditions is all of sport, and it’s probably the MOST famous one in which the winner is awarded an article of clothing. Yes, the winner of golf’s only “permanent” Major receives a Green Jacket (and a prize of $1.35 million) upon winning the Masters.

The tradition-rich . . . → Read More: Wearin’ O’ The Green

Uni Watch DIY Project: Jasmine or Earl Gray?

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from Joe DeAngelis, who did a DIY project nearly 20 years ago — and who, I’m fairly certain, is the only DIYer whose toolkit included a cup of tea. Enjoy. — PL]

By Joe DeAngelis

It was 1991, before the dawn of the “throwback” era in . . . → Read More: Uni Watch DIY Project: Jasmine or Earl Gray?

Putting the Y in DIY

Got a note the other day from Terence Kearns, who wanted to tell me about his latest DIY project. Along the way, he raised an interesting question. Take a look:

Here’s another one of my hybrid DIY varsity jackets — a 1930s-inspired Chicago Blackhawks jacket. Just like my last one, I found all the . . . → Read More: Putting the Y in DIY

More Uni Design, More Football, and More!

By Phil Hecken

Back with round two of the “Design-A-Uniform” contest entries for the Clarksville High School baseball team. If you missed the first batch of entries, you can see the whole thing here. Today we move on to the second set of entries, and they are every bit as good as the first. . . . → Read More: More Uni Design, More Football, and More!