This clutch bag is crafted from hand embroidered vintage mirror work patches made over 80 years - Designer Embroidered Mirror Work Banjara Clutch Handbag -wholesale Indian Tribal Vintage Gypsy Clutch Bag - Handbag BY #meghcraft #craftnfashion #CraftsOfGujarat #indianethnicjewelry #IndianTraditionalJewelry Megh Craft - Indian Ethnic Jewelry
’80s / Sgt. Sweater
’80s / Sgt. Sweater Slight mock neck tan sweater with vintage patch. Super soft! BRAND: - MATERIAL: acrylic? YEAR/ERA: 80s sweater / 70s patch LABEL SIZE: - BEST FIT: S/M MEASUREMENTS: Chest 21 inches Length 24 inches ☒ I do not model or trade, sorry! ❁ Check out my closet for more vintage! Vintage Sweaters Crew & Scoop Necks
Great instructions- these are so fun to make. I finished off the edges of the round with lace. So pretty!
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18 Creative DIY Ways To Update Your Denim Jacket For Spring
A denim jacket has always been a spring style staple, something that is especially true this year. The ’80s are back (for now), which means that a lot of the jean jackets out there are a little oversized and distressed. They’re decorated with various patches, pins, and embroidery, and they have a slightly more unique … Read More
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Uma coisa que está super em alta são os patches, eles fizeram muito sucesso nos anos 80 e 90 por serem bordados então era mais fácil de fazer.A moda dos termocolantes (patches) voltou com tudo.Aqui estão quatro dicas para vc fazer ou comprar os paches
Repiny – Most inspiring pictures and photos This craft was so popular back in the 80s … Here it is again! Nothing new under the sun, eh?