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Premier Printed Ripstop (4/1/20)

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We're pleased to yet again announce the next prize being given away to our most appreciated supporters, the Kitelife Subscribers...
For roughly 10 cents per day they play a major role in keeping KL growing in every way.

Over 21 FEET (by 58" usable width) of a special DYE SUBLIMATION RIPSTOP from Premier Kites, single piece - unknown value!

Per Premier's website: "With recent improvements to the sublimation printing process, Premier feels confident offering printed kites .... The key to a quality printed kite is the use of color and to offering detail. Besides our graphics department is quite gifted with the color."

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NOTE: The only way you can usually get this stuff is in raffles, auction or drawings like this - its never been sold retail as far as I know and makes a colorful fabric for any kite build!

You can sign up here.

Odds of winning for this prize is currently 1/412, and will be drawn on Apr 1st, 2020!

Our thanks, and the very best to you... Let the drooling begin!

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An opportunity to get into kite making. 

If the winner isn't interested in making things with the fabric, this would be a good one to have a list of fallback ##s

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If the winner isn't interested in the fabric then they should contact me. :)

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What would you name a kite with that fabric? Bubbles Galore (OO7 reference) perhaps?

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I wouldn't name it until the Premier!! Honestly it's just a fun pattern that I'd love to incorporate into a sail..

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On ‎3‎/‎6‎/‎2020 at 7:07 PM, riffclown said:

If the winner isn't interested in the fabric then they should contact me. :)

Will do Riff!

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