Inspired by the 17th-century poem by Andrew Marvell, this design is available both as a patch at Storied Threads, and as a sticker at RedBubble.
Archive for July, 2014
This week marks the 60th anniversary of the publication of The Fellowship of the Ring. I’ve loved the books since I was a kid, and the recent film adaptations by Peter Jackson are, of course, amazing. Even the Rankin Bass version of The Hobbit holds a special place in my heart. So, it’s no surprise that I have a small but loving section of Lord of the Rings inspired patches in the Literature category of my website.
Here at Storied Threads, we’re big believers in wearing your geekery on your sleeve. Or on your bag. Or your hat. Or, really, wherever you like to stitch or glue your patches. With that in mind, we offer a line of Fandom Pride patches!
Our Carol Corps patch has been a huge success since we unveiled it earlier this year, and we thought it was about time that we made a Kamala Korps patch to go with it!
This sew-on patch is stitched in red and gold thread on dark blue cotton canvas, and measures 4.25 inches wide by 1.5 inches tall.
This laptop messenger bag is made of khaki-olive cotton canvas, and embroidered in black thread with the words, “Herbert West, Miskatonic University, School of Medicine”. The bag is finished with black strapping and buckles, and is lined in black quilted cotton.
Our laptop bags have an interior measurement of 16.5″ wide by 11.5″ tall and 3.5″ deep. They feature a wide elastic band against the back wall, to hold your laptop or other electronics securely in place while leaving room for other items in front.
Sometimes, society demands that you wear a tie. So why not wear one that proudly displays the things you love? And the members of House Stark certainly know how to dress well — just make sure you don’t lose your head, or you’ll have noplace to wear this great tie.
This tie is 100% gray silk. I have embroidered on it a leaping direwolf in charcoal grey thread.
Inspired by Tom Hiddleston’s performance at San Diego Comic Con 2013, this patch bears a minimalist god of mischief, and the words, “Say my name!”
This sew-on patch measures approximately 4.7″ wide by 3.2″ tall.