The history of embroidered patchwork can be traced back to ancient China somewhere in the 5th-3rd century BC. Many sewing techniques were used to mend tears or holes in clothing, and soon enough decorative designs began making their way into the patchwork. Other countries began adopting their own embroidered patches to signify status, affiliation, or simply for decoration, and today they serve as sturdy, long-lasting pieces of art as well.
This custom patch, stitched with 100% embroidered thread, is the perfect souvenir for all visitors of Bok Tower Gardens.
Dimensions: 3" x 4"
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