Chain Stitch Patch- Fred Harvey Arrow

Our statement Thunderbird patch was inspired by the jewelry created for the Harvey Company in the late 1800s. Fred Harvey was a hospitality entrepreneur who is credited with creating the first restaurant chain in the U.S. He influenced and taught  the Navajo Native Americans to produce “Indian” looking jewelry produced to sell to tourists who traveled the railroad out West. 

Hand crafted using a 100 year old vintage chainstitch machine. This patch uses old world techniques to create a truly unique item.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). Brick red, turquoise, olive, and black rayon embroidery on double layered  scrim felt. Due to the handmade nature of this item, all pieces will vary slightly.

 

-Measures approx 4" W x 4" H

-Iron-On Patch

-Made in the U.S.A

 



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