My chatelaine redo is done! I first had to get a pattern for the square - it had to measure 3" square to fit in the space. Then I had to make a copy of the logo that was 2 1/2" square to be centered in that space. Fiddled with the logo on Publisher until I got it to the right size and then printed it out. Then I had to cut it out very careful. I then found a piece of batik in the color I wanted and ironed steam a seam to its back. Then taking my template that I cut out, I traced the logo (a raincross) unto the steam a seamed fabric . With very sharp scissors, I cut out my logo. I took off the paper and fused it to the center of my 3" square. Next I ironed a piece of freezer paper to the back of the square to be my stabilizer, and then zig-zag around the symbol with matching thread and bingo I had my square. I was able to machine stitch one side but all the others had to be done by hand with a blind stitch. Now I have to decide if I want to put any lettering on it. I think I'll wait on that and see what others say. Would be very small. But our logo is very distinctive and I don't think there are any other guilds with this symbol so may speak for itself. Oh yes, that's our pin on the right side over my name.
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