Machine Embroidered D&D Patches & Ornaments, and Dragon Coaster


I made these as a fun filler for @jillybeans in the Make a Pouch & Fill It Swap in September. Just for fun, I decided to go a bit girly with the classic D&D Logo, and a matching D20 patch.

Both embroidery files come from an artist on Etsy, and they are sooo well done. They just stitch up absolutely perfectly.

After doing the purple set, I decided to make one more in the traditional black and red color scheme. I added ribbon loops so Jill can use them as ornaments on her geeky Christmas tree, but she also has the option of cutting off the loops and using them as patches instead.

When I saw this little dragon coaster come up on Urban Threads, I knew I had to include him in the bundle too.

The blue faux leather was in stash, and I even had some cute D&D themed fabric from Spoonflower to use on the back.

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D & D-licious! Cool ways to explore this theme!

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:rofl::rofl: That made me literally laugh out loud!

@MistressJennie, I like your feminine take on the patches. It’s always nice when a pattern stitches out without any issues.
I love that your coaster is backed with coordinating fabric!

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Cool! I really like the D20 patch. :slight_smile:

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Oooh, my son would LOVE these! Do you take commission work?

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These are awesome!

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These are so Jillybeans! I am sure she loved them!

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I love the feminine D&D theme. These turned out really pretty!

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Adore these! My husband leads our D&D group, so I’ve been playing more consistently over the past year and a half or so. :heart:

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