I've searching and searching for iron on or sew on wildlife patches, with no luck. I have a few company jackets and other stuff that is no good to me. I'd like to cover up the logo's.
Anyone know of a site or place. Back in the 80's and late 70's you could get them at any gas station. Now people just look at you wierd.
I know a wildlife artist who is big into patches. He sells some on his website. Many, but not all, have to do with Pennsylvania. If I were looking for patches, this is where I'd go. Check out [url=http://www.wildernesseditions.com/index.asp?section=Patches
Wildlife patches are a big collector's field because they're a form of inexpensive artwork, they make a nice, colorful display, and they cater to a big interest group. If you Google the subject, you should find plenty.
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