Patchwork Designs, Inc


Patchwork Designs, Inc.
has had ALL of its Embroidered Emblem Manufacturing Materials tested by an approved independent testing Laboratory including All Thread, Fabrics, backings, and has passed all of the tests for the below harmful chemicals.

2009 Consumer Products Safety Act re. Lead & Phthalate DBP, DDP & DEHP in Product Contents.


Welcome to Patchwork Designs, Incorporated. We create embroidered patches, patch programs, activity kits, and embroidered merchandise for scouting, schools, historical buildings, museums, organizations, and special events.

Blue Angel
Community Service Program


Click here for the 2016-2017 program!

Patch #BLUEANGEL-16-17 : $2.50

Click here for the 2017-2018 program!

Patch #BLUEANGEL-17-18 : $2.50

This patch program was created by Nicole Oandasan as her silver award in 2003. We have continued to host the project to help others in completing at least three community projects a year. She still assists annually to come up with ideas and projects to complete.

Each symbol represents a monthly community service project.
You need to complete 3 requirements to earn the patch.

Note: The patch program is a guideline for the symbols that are presented on the patch. You can substitute other projects that represent these symbols. Each project does not need to be completed in specific order.

October- [sock]

**Join in the Million Misfit Sock March and Celebrate what makes you different + take a stand against bullying-wear MISFIT SOCKS. Mis-fit Sock Day with the matching year bar. **

  • Sock Soul, collectiong socks for the homeless or collect socks for any organization.
  • Create a Misfit Sock Forest, free template available online to create your sock tree of kind words.
  • Create a priceless gift from a misfit sock, give it to someone in need of a smile and became a MISFIT SOCK ANGEL.
  • Practice your polite words and kind words wearing your Misfit Socks when you earn your Misfit Manners patch.
    Older participants can host events or assist younger children in a sock project.


November- [cans]

Donate food for friends in your community for Thanksgiving baskets or anytime at the local food bank at the local grocery store or faith organizations. Let the local food bank know you would like to adopt a family for the holidays. Purchase all the non-perishable items needed to create their own dinner.
Thanksgiving Baskets
 Food for Friends

  • Other ideas are creating bread for the needy, work in a soup kitchen, make a simple meal for a family in need going through an illness, help elderly by preparing daily meals for them, help at a homeless shelter, stock and organize food pantries.
  • Have a masquerade ball and collect food for the needy at the event or group meeting. Assign each group or person an item to bring and create bags of groceries for those in need. Deliver them to local food bank.

December- [shoebox]

  • Create shoeboxes for children or shoeboxes for soldiers or Jared box. {Lists of items to place in the boxes are located on the above links}. Shoeboxes can be dropped off at the local faith organizations or other locations that are accepting the boxes.
  • Write a letter to Santa or answer one from a needy child. , buy a gift, and mail your package.
  • Create a toy drive or adopt a family for the holidays.
  • Provide pajamas for children in need.
  • Choose a child from an angel tree or local organization that has a list of items for children, elderly, or soldiers.
  • Create holiday cards for soldiers.
  • You can also organize a holiday party at a family shelter or bring joy to a senior home.
  • Spread Joy to seniors by Singing songs and give out small gifts you collected or created. Call ahead to see how many will be in attendance.
  • Collect the stamps off your holiday cards for the stamp ministry.

January-[scarf, hat OR mittens]

Create scarf for a someone in need or purchase warm hats, mittens and scarves. Older participants can crochet or knit a scarf. [directions on how to create scarf are located here]

February-[cards and envelope]

  • Send Valentine cards to veterans, assisted living, soldiers, patients, or community helpers.
  • Create cardz for kidz
  • You can also deliver the cards or collect them at a large amount at an event.


  • Adopt an endangered animal from another country through WWF. Purchase bears and put them in birthday bags for needy children.
  • Donate gently used bears to firehouses or foster homes to add comfort to children in need.
  • Visit an assisted living home and give out gently used or new bear with cards toe the residents.
  • Older participants: Host a teddy bear tea or picnic, help host a thinking day/cultural event or booth and teach them endangered animals around the world, prepare a collection of bears or donate to jared box or Ronald McDonald House.

    April-[Butterfly and leaves]

  • Decorate a butterfly or bird house and place it outside.
  • Decorate an Earth Day grocery bag. Use it for grocery or decorate the store for Earth Day.
  • Participate in any Earth Day activity.
  • Participate in Earth day or environmental community service activity. Examples are: Ocean clean-up, plant a tree, gardening for your home or elderly, work in the yard or plant a flower in a cup and watch it grow
  • Volunteer to tutor at camp or assist a teacher on a field trip.

May- [cat]

  • During Late spring and summer many kittens are born or dropped off at shelters.
  • Collect items or volunteer your time at an animal shelter.
  • Make small fleece blankets or pillow beds.
  • Click here on how to make easy fleece blankets.
  • Spread the biscuits by donating animal biscuits or making homemade treats.
  • Volunteer at a zoo event.
  • Adopt an endangered animal.
  • Create toys or use old socks to make cat toys.
  • Volunteer to pet sit or walk someone's dog.
  • Have an animal themed party and collect donations from the local shelters list.
  • Common itemsto donate: food dishes, grooming supplies, treats, food, litter, collars, leashes, toys, etc.

June- [star]

  • Choose a project of your own.
  • You are a star for helping others in your community. Choose a project that you enjoy. Examples: Share your gifts with others (such as language, art, science etc.); create blankets for those in need; help your neighbor by collecting items for the holidays or food; make decorations for a social event; offer to be a mother's helper or help the elderly. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ This patch program was created by Nicole O. as her silver award in 2000. We have continued to host the project to help others in completing at least three community projects a year. She still assists annually to come up with ideas and projects to complete. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ HOW TO HOST AN EVENT FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE

    If you are planning on organizing a collection for one of the above projects, below are some easy steps to get started.
    1. Supplies and Help- Write down a list of supplies you will need to organize the collection, including volunteers to assist you in organizing and promoting it.

    2. Drop off locations- Think of and confirm drop-off dates and locations. [This could be at a local monthly meeting with your organization or public facilities.]

    3. Connect- Contact local areas such as your after school or daycare centers, faith organizations, library, scout groups, or even the school.

    4. Develop flyers and collect emails-Make sure to state the date and locations for the drop-off and who will benefit from the donations. List and gather the items should be new or gently used.

    5. Contact- Tell all of your friends and local groups. Ask groups to forward your email/flyer to through local newsletters, email blasts, social media, or allow you to post your flyer in their buildings.[especially if you have a pick up box there]

    6. Pick-up-Make sure there is someone that can assist you in picking up the items once the collection is over. You may want to check on them weekly if it is a month long collection project.
    7. Containers- Create a box or purchase/use a plastic container to place the items in. You can ask for large boxes at stores or food warehouses.

    8. Schedule the drop-off to the organization or place you are donating to at least one week before the date you plan to give them the items. This gives you time to go through the items and make sure some of them are not damaged or the incorrect items. Keep a tally of the number of items you collected so you can let the facility know how many you are donating. This helps them know if they have enough for everyone and helps you set a goal for the following year or next project.

    9. Divide your tasks - don't do it all yourself. Delegate- Such as picking up at certain locations, handing out flyers, sending emails, creating boxes, or posters.

    Patch #BLUEANGEL-17-18
    (patch has silver and gold metallic thread on a royal blue satin twill)

You might also like:
Helping Hats Project
Creating Blankets for Those in Need
Sight Night
Stamp Ministry
Overseas Coupon Collection
Coat Drive
Teddy Bear Donation
Sock Donation

The Meaning of "Blue Angel"

Limited Quanity of below patches

contact us for more information about revisions

Click here for the 2014-2015 program!

Click here for the 2010-2011 program!