Welcome to revolution corner, or ‘The only spot on the interlink to buy one-off die-cut stickers’. Individual slices of personality, totally unique and 400% awesome. A splendid way to collect t-shirt designs when your wardrobe is full.
*Not actually crazy, actually true.
Printed to fit best inside a 3” x 4” window, including 3mm white padding around the edge.
More vintage retro on a T-shirt. I have a huge number of photographs taken yesterday all along the same theme.Many thanks for viewing, commenting & adding my work to your Fav’sVery best wishes to everyone, sorry if I miss anyone out.
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Life is too serious, we only live a little; we need to laugh a lot!
A Brilliant little Patch Robin. Love the retro style.However, even though the patch won’t come off, it’s very visable Robin. Reminds me of the patches my mum used to sew on my trousers for school, the other kids used to laugh at her stitching and the colour was never right. Ahhhh those were the days…A FAV by the way.
How about the elbow patches on yah jumper? They were a lot of fun too Don. Ah the good old days, when men were men & sheep were; well sheep!:o)
– Robin Brown
The oldest version of Skate boarding knee pads guess that must be invented after the Patchquickies :) great Tee design Robin xx
Cheers Princess :o) xx
Vulcanizing superceded – oh, dear, does Mr. Spock know this?!Another great retro-spective tee, Mr. B. Kasia
RETRO-spective Ho ho Kasia :o) xx
a wonderful old time look, Robin!
Many thanks Nikolay :o)
another retro classic robin,cheers mike
Gonna write a classic, gonna write it in an attic…….. :o) Cheers Mike
Ta very :o)
You’ve done it again Mr. B, excellent T. Do these patches stop you driving ?
No that’s smokin patches Alex :o)
Another excellent T-shirt my friend …
Think I’ve still got one for my Butcher’s bike Tom :o)