Category Archives: Runed apparel

Rune ANYTHING with a Patch-A-Runi

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Hot off of the embroidery machine press:

Dance-A-Runi patches!

Runed patches 2 Runed patches 4Put them on a coat, or

Runed patches 3    Runed patches 5

  • a bag,
  • jeans,
  • back-pack,
  • tee-shirt,
  • hat,
  • — let your ‘magination go wild!

How can I order one, two, a hundred, or more? They are a steal at $8 per patch plus S&H.

Please contact us by clicking here…

…and more designs will soon be forthcoming.

Arrrghhh! My socks have eyes on the back of their feet!!!

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Leave it to Jo to somehow find a way to rune a new pair of socks I just knitted for her…

Before:googly eye socks before eyes

 googly eye socks1After:

See me

Feel me

Touch me…




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Time is now Runed

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Yes, time now can be runed for all with the availability of our new Dance-A-Runi watch. Just go to our Zazzle store and order yours now – before time passes you by…

dosido with twirls watch
Do-si-do with twirls watch

Accessorize now with many different bands to choose among.

petronella watch
Petronella watch

Pope-A-Runi Mitre

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Here is very stylish mitre for forward thinking churches – all of the cool popes are wearing them these days. This sharp mitre is sporting the “Right-and-Left-thru” rune, symbolizing how parishioners should shake hands and welcome each other.

Runed mitre with Right-and-Left-thru
Runed mitre with Right-and-Left-thru

Thanxs to Wikipedia for the definition of mitre:

The mitre (/ˈmaɪtər/; Greek: μίτρα, “headband” or “turban”), also spelled miter, is a type of headgear now known as the traditional, ceremonial head-dress of bishops and certain abbots in the Roman Catholic Church, as well as in the Anglican Communion, some Lutheran churches, and also bishops and certain other clergy in the Eastern Orthodox churches, Eastern Catholic Churches and the Oriental Orthodox Churches.

 A certain Bishop in the Anglican church claims, “This is how we are branding our church’s message, and the message is that ‘we are taking it to the streets, baby!'”