Chain Stitch Patch-Tribal Arrows

The NOSTALGIC WEST.Channeling a romantic vision of Roadside stops for Curios, Cigar Store Indians, and the Lone Ranger, Dixon Rand creates a collection of objects and items that identify with times gone by.

Native Americans used arrows to kill animals as large as bison and elk. Hunters approached their prey on foot or on horse back, accurately targeting vulnerable areas. Arrowheads also served a specific purpose with the shape and materials used in crafting tied to the nature of the hunt. Dixon Rand interprets a more collectible arrow as found in roadside curio shops. 

Hand crafted using a 100 year old vintage chainstitch machine. This patch uses old world techniques to create a truly unique item. This is a truly one of a kind find. 

Trick out your jacket OR use multiple patches to create your own composition...go crazy! Create your own designer look with an easy iron on application (add outline sewing for a more permanent application). Tan, gold, red, white and black embroidery on white scrim felt. Due to the handmade nature of this item, all pieces will vary slightly.


-Measures approx 7" x 1.5"w

-Iron-On Patch

-Made in the U.S.A



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