This Machine Kills Fascists – Cotton Patch – Banjo


Hand-printed one-of-a-kind.

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This Machine Kills Fascists – Cotton Patch – Banjo

For this design, we borrowed a few words from folk singer Woody Guthrie. Guthrie was influenced by Aunt Molly Jackson, a real badass out of Clay County, Kentucky. These patches are screen printed by hand on lightweight 100% cotton, ready to be sewn pinned, tacked, or hot glued to just about anything.

Note: Every bit of this printing process is done by hand, down to mixing the ink, so while the picture is representative, you should expect some variation. We like to call it character and it’s what makes every one of these patches unique. Print colors are dark blue and brown, but you’ll receive a random patch color (gray, white, or off-white). We think they all look great.

PS: FREE SHIPPING on these patches!


Dimensions: Image is 2 3/4″ x 3 3/4″. Overall patch size is a little larger to provide plenty of room for sewing or pinning.

Material: Blue & brown print on lightweight 100% cotton. Fabric is gray, white, or off-white (random).