A crazy woman, a bunch of sewing machines, and a scruffy dog.  Yep, just me.  No outsourcing.

I am entering a new phase of my life, becoming a full time granny.

I will continue to make patches to order and to do your custom digitizing. Parasols will continue, but all covers will be custom. I will also be offering some of the art you have inspired.  I am trying to phase out all of the shopping cart stuff and all, but I really don’t like messing with the web site so there may be errors.

Shipping time will vary from next day to when I get home I will make it.  Patches are often being made by a friend and textile artist.

You can always email me.

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  1. Hello Ms. B. Coole,
    I purchased a lovely patch from you at the Oregon Country Fair, and I was wondering if you could tell me the history of its meaning. Itʻs got four way oak leaves in a circle of green and brown, and a three-leaved clover leaf in each corner. (I can send you a picture if you give me your email). I’m planning to give it as a gift— sewn on an apron— and would like to be able to provide some context for the symbolism.
    Thanks very much,

  2. Purple parasol girl-

    I have been trying to find you since I got home yesterday, I seem to have lost your contact information. 🙁

    Please email me so that I can send you the design I would like to have embroidered on the parasol covers. Sorry for the delay in communication, I’m not sure how I lost your card.

    Thanks again!
    ~The purple knight

  3. Hi—we met at SASQUAN, and I mentioned a TOM CORBETT-related insignia which a friend embroidered for costuming. My sweetie Lea and I later sent you scans of that patch and two other SPACE CADET chevrons. How are you doing, and have you had time to do any preliminary work with them? (I fully realize this has been a busy summer for one who merchants your sort of unique creations….)
    Hope to hear from you when it’s convenient….

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