When you want nothing more than to spend leisure time daydreaming in the grass, reading a book or listening to your favorite songs, do it the easy way with our chain stitched patches. Constructed the way they used to make 'em.
Sew on patch - chain stitching on industrial felt
Displayed on a letterpress card
Michele Lee is a designer and printer and much of her creative inspiration comes from music, memories and funny and irreverent things. Her first fun gig was painting a pep rally banner for her high school class. It featured many peace signs, some variation of the Woodstock bird on a guitar, the original Kiss members, glitter paint and blob lettering. It was not sports or school related but her class thought it was pretty neat (maybe even cool).
Years later, having learned letterpress in New York City and screen printing from old art class instructions, Lucky Horse Press was born with the mission to create general happiness for all. Michele makes all of the printed goods available in the shop from her studio in the Garden State, where some of the best things in life are easily accessible—beaches, yard sales and bowling alleys.