Yeah, tunic ties don't stay tied! Unless you've learned top-notch knot tying skills, they're basically doomed to fall open, dangle, get caught on stuff, and just make an otherwise cute daisy tunic into a floppy mess. And even if you ARE a master tie-er, then poor Daisy is stuck in the thing until you help her escape. So...The Badge Fairy to the rescue with another awesome uniform hack!
This pillow is a fun project to turn your uniforms into long-lasting keepsakes. Each person's pillow is unique to their own experience in scouting, and one-of-a-kind keepsakes are awesome. :)
Read on to see how I made this and to get or make your own!
The family dog got a hold of this poor Daisy vest! It was left with several ruined patches, and a few holes. The Badge Fairy to the rescue!
These petals had all been "magic"ked-on, so they easily peeled right off! This was the first step in fixing this canine catastrophe. I pulled off all the pieces and ironed it all out to get a better look.
Just like the recent Patch Cape I made, here's another easy solution for too many patches. We're showing this on a Daisy vest, but this solution can be done for any level.
Ever run out of room on that sash, vest, or tunic for fun patches? Of course - we all have! The Badge Fairy to the rescue! This post shows a Daisy tunic, but I can do this for any vest or tunic in any size. Head over to The Badge Fairy shop to get yours.
What you need:
A good sewing machine, like my friend Katherine from Baby Lock
A vest or tunic with too many patches
The back piece of a matching vest or tunic in the same size
Thread that matches your uniform
Good sewing shears