Custom Cake Patches

Tuesday Bassen

Inspired by 1940’s sweetheart souvenir patches, this modern take on an old classic harkens to a time where you might have strolled down to the pier and gotten your honey’s name chain stitched to the back of your denim jacket. Tuesday Bassen brings back one of her favorite traditions with thick felt patches and custom embroidery, painstakingly hand-stitched by the one and only Ben Goetting.

Each patch is approximately 5" x 4" wide, made of thick felt with a black merrowed edge. Choose up to 10 letters for embroidery, and please write your customization in the comments.

Chain stitch embroidery lends itself beautifully to cursive script lettering, coincidentally ALL CAPS and INITIALS do not lend themselves to chain stitch script. Please avoid using more than 2 Capital Letters side by side when picking your custom embroidery. All our embroidery is done freehand style, so you can expect charming imperfections and the appearance of being hand embroidered. We like it like that. If you're looking for something *computer perfect* we do not suggest ordering this item, as it is truly hand made.

Please note, due to the handmade nature of this piece, delivery can take up to 1 week longer than usual and is non-returnable. See our FAQ for more.

Need some ideas to get started? We have a few suggestions: Wiener Dogs, Corn Dogs, Nate Dogg, Snoop Dogg, Dog Days, Summer Days, Tuesdays, Fridays, Gibby Haynes, Agent Mulder, Agent Cooper, Spam Musubi, Revenge, Rock-N-Roll, Bad Girls, Good Girls, Cheap Beer, Queso Dip...




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From June 25 to July 9 no custom orders will be shipped, and regular mail orders will be delayed 3-5 days. 


Additionally, there are shipping delays across the board, including domestically, due to USPS being overwhelmed with volume and new social distancing / sanitation measures. Please be aware that normal delivery standards do not currently apply!

Big one to note: INTERNATIONAL orders (outside the US and Canada) are currently made at the buyer's own risk as far as timing goes, due to individual countries' restrictions on imports at this time as well as severely minimized air travel around the world. We ship them out but cannot guarantee any timing - delays of over a month have been reported to certain locations. The best way to avoid this is to inform yourself about your country's current policies on parcels coming from abroad before ordering. Here's the USPS' current page on International service disruptions: https://about.usps.com/newsroom/service-alerts/international/welcome.htm

Thanks for you understanding, stay safe. - Ben