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Make an embroidered DIY scout merit badge to honor a true gem.

Make Embroidered DIY Merit Badges

We love these DIY merit badges! Great to make the kids feel better on a sick day, and also a great idea for dads on Father's Day! How-Tuesday: Embroidered DIY Merit Badges

this is fascinating!!! Patches or button covers or could even be coasters!  I really want to try it!

I'm in love with these woven circle patches from Chile-based textile designer Karen Barbé. They're so beautiful, you'll actually look forward to men

Patching wool by needle felting - could rescue some moth eaten sweaters this way

DIY Elbow Patch

sequin elbow patches. From a pair & a spare. ( http://apairandasparediy.com/2012/10/diy-sequin-elbow-patch-sweater.html )

Y sequin elbow patches tutorial - make it yourself, sewing project idea; frugal fashion- I wouldn't do sequin but the concept is useful

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20 DIY Elbow Patches

Patching the elbow of your favorite jacket or sweater can be functional and decorative. Check out this list of DIY Elbow Patches for inspiration.

raccoon week continues… and it’s time to get your raccoon template ready because Kelley of casa crafty is here with a fab tutorial for raccoon elbow patches! …and I think I wear it well. Rachael is going bonkers with the raccoon love! She is coming up with some great (and simple) last minute holiday gifts, decor and of course …

raccoon week: elbow patches

how to add elbow patches to a sweater very adorable! I don't really like the heart idea, but a general patch is a great idea.

Make your own patches with stuff you already have!  Fun DIY, great gift idea!

JudiKins stamps and Mark Montano's fertile imagination come together to create these charming gift patches.

METHOD:  To make this DIY armpit detoxing mask, you need the following:  2 tablespoons of activated charcoal powder 2 tablespoons of honey  PROCEDURE:  In a bowl, add in 2 tablespoons of charcoal followed by 2 tablespoons of raw organic honey. Mix it well.Keep mixing until you get a glossy paste.Wash and pat dry your armpits and apply the mask.Keep it for 15 minutes and wash it off thoroughly. Use the mask 3 times a week.  Caution – patch test before use.