The L2Scrollio Research Kit is sure to be your new favorite creative tool! Genealogists struggle with heavy binders, bulky poster prints, ugly eraser shadows, no access to internet on the research trail, and expensive archival printing (if we choose to spend the extra bucks). There is a MUCH better way, now. The DAR/SAR Prospective Member Worksheet design will help keep organized during your research journey to a Daughters (or Sons) of the American Revolution application. It is a wonderful way to visually track your progress as you find the documents and data necessary to complete your application. Disclaimer: Filling in all of the boxes does not assure membership qualification. Contact your local DAR/SAR chapter to work with a Registrar to best understand the application process.
The L2Scrollio provides solutions to many problems experienced by researchers today. * Travel Buddy: At less than 1 pound, it is compact and lightweight enough to fit in a bag or backpack. Delivered in a custom-made, drawstring carry bag. * Editable & Iterative: The Kit includes two specialized pens, black & blue. Write easily anywhere on the fabric. Erase in seconds without smudges, shadows, abrasion marks, or special accessories. Add and remove information throughout your research process. When you're ready to create a final version contact me to discuss printing digitally in a variety of formats. * Low-Tech: Always have your data at hand even when visiting the most remote Historical Museum that doesn't have internet access. No laptop to protect while you go grab a book off the library shelf. * Archival-Quality: Digital textile printing on polyester poplin fabric provides an archival-quality product without added expense. * Space Saver: Work in tight spaces like library desks. Simply extend the scroll to just the "window" of the design you want to work on.
Each L2Scrollio Research Kit is designed and assembled by hand by me. I earned my Bachelor of Fine Arts - Fiber Arts and Textiles from the University of Washington then proceeded to have a successful 35 year career in the apparel industry. I have launched L² Innovations so that I can marry my skills in textiles with my love of research. Your feedback on how I'm doing with this new journey is welcomed!