The Great Indoors Patch
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Spring 2020 will forever be remembered for the time we spent indoors, saving lives by not making plans. This embroidered patch commemorates our adventures in The Great Indoors!
With detailed embroidery in blue, red, white and pink, this patch can be ironed on to any garment (we love to add patches to plain t-shirts, making a whole new unique top!). Use a medium heat and make sure it's stuck good and proper before washing (but for extra safety, sew around the edge with a simple running stitch).
"The Great Indoors" patch measures 75mm X 75mm and comes displayed on a backing card.
I try to collect a pin or patch from everywhere I go on holiday or travel to, to commemorate and remember and so I have a fun board of lots of colourful memories from all over the world. This patch perfectly commemorates not being able to do that this year but is also a nice reminder of the positives from this time, spending more time at home with loved ones, new creative hobbies etc. As always with finest imaginary products it is beautifully produced and designed, thank you!
Each year I take a group of Brownies on pack holiday and get a badge to add to my camp blanket. As that’s not happening for obvious reasons I am grateful to be able to add this patch to remember this year. Lovely quality. Thank you.
It's nice to have something to commemorative this strange year we've found ourselves stuck in the middle of. Yes it's been scary and we fear the unknown, but for me it commemorates the time I've had to spend in isolation with my husband and daughter, especially over her 1st birthday which she had to miss. It's nice to have something for her that we can look back on and talk about all the things we did indoors together like make tents, bake cakes and draw.
All in all a lovely patch, quick delivery many thanks
I love collecting pins and patches to remind me of moments in my life, from the best dates I've had with my partner to this patch here. I wanted to order something that was fun, cheerful but still a good reminder of the time when life forces us to stop, take stock of who we are and our place in the world. A time when we were scared to connect with others for fear of illness, but it didn't stop us finding was to help our neighbours and fellow people. I have sent these patches out to family and friends that I hope will love and cherish them as a memory of a time when we had the opportunity to stop and reflect on the good we have and how we can better help others.