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I will be coming to the 2017 Dirty Scouts Jamboree and I will be hosting a workshop for DIY patch making. With easily accessible and cheap materials I will be teaching people how to make stencils from either a design of their choice or something I provide. From there I will show people different techniques of putting their designs onto fabric to make personalized screen-printed patches. I will also be providing information on what not to do when making a patch, what materials are beneficial or detrimental in the makings of these particular types of patches, and how to clean and store your supplies properly for future use.

If anyone who is planning on coming to the Jamboree is interested in this workshop, please reply below so I have a general idea on how many materials I need to bring.
 
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I'm deffo interested! But the most complicated thing I can draw is a stick figure so don't count me towards your stenciling supplies if they're expensive.

Sounds like fun either way
 

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Oh rad! way too early to know if I can make it this year, but if so I'd love to help if ya want!
I make screenprinted patches for friends or $ while traveling, so we can share tips and tricks and supplies!
 
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I'm deffo interested! But the most complicated thing I can draw is a stick figure so don't count me towards your stenciling supplies if they're expensive.

Sounds like fun either way
I will be providing simple designs for stencils for the people who are not as artistically gifted. Also the point of this workshop is to make easy, good looking patches with materials that are cheap and easy to come by.
 
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I've seen the process explained before, but a hands on workshop would be killer, I'm down.
 

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Im going to be there! What are some mats that i should bring. Im hiking there so i might not be able to bring a bunch of stuff but ill bring some materials
 
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Since I have so many people offering to bring materials, if anyone wants to bring embroidery hoops, sturdy fabric or fabric paint that would be helpful.
 

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