If the lettering on the right sleeve will be on the FRONT
(forward-facing) surface of the sleeve, as shown, then have it read
from cuff to shoulder instead of the way it is now. In that way,
someone approaching the wearer can read it easily by just tilting
her/his head to the left. If the lettering will be on the SIDE of the
sleeve, than leave it the way it is since top-to-bottom is more
conventional than bottom to top.
Quoting Jacqueline Elizabeth Bell <[log in to unmask]>:
> Hi EWB,
> Attached to this email is a pdf of our new t-shirts and long
> sleeves. Please let me know comments/needed changes for them by 12:00
> tomorrow (4-9-08). This order was estimated to be $1,196 but another
> screen was needed to do the right arm of the long sleeves at a charge
> of $20. The total charge is $1,216. We have $1,739.65 in our SGA
> revenue account. Brianna has been working very hard to write the PO,
> UVM waiver forms for t-shirt color, and meeting with the SGA treasurer
> to get the balances in our accounts.
> She is a fantastic new treasurer!