* embroidered patch

Posted on October 31st, 2006 by maitreya. Filed under Cross Stitch/Embroidery, Gocco/L Letterpress.

I signed up for The Red Button Tree’s embroidered patch swap. I have some leftover patches from my reader appreciation trinket giveaway from a while back. There were a few that didn’t print completely, but I’ve kept them around anyway. I embroidered over one for my patch to send in. I like the effect, and it was a good little tracing project for tonight when I wasn’t feeling all that creative. I added iron-on backing to keep all the threads tight.


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    I’m excited about this swap. I can’t wait to see all the cool patches (like this one) that get sent in. Not to mention the ‘extra goodies’ that Red Button Tree has teased us with.

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