Dragonrider snap tabs
If you’ve bought multiple Pernese dragons from my Etsy shop, you’ve gotten a little freebie thrown in: a snap tab/key fob. They’re taken pretty directly from Michael Whelan’s cover paintings so I don’t sell them. If you have an embroidery machine and want to sell them, or if you want to pay someone else to make them for you, that’s between you and him (and his lawyers).
The tabs come in two flavors: a double-outline and a solid fill. Both end with a white outline: you sew the color(s) on marine vinyl or felt, then place a second piece of vinyl/felt on the back of the embroidery hoop and sew the sandwich together with the white outline.
There’s a ZIP file for each version, which includes instructions and the SVG source files.
[Pernese Dragon 1, Fill Version] [Pernese Dragon 1, Outline Version] [Pernese Dragon 2, Fill Version] [Pernese Dragon 2, Outline Version]
This is copyrighted by Silver Seams in the year noted in its URL, and licensed under Creative Commons’ CC-BY-SA. This basically means you’re free to sell items you make from it, provided you give reasonable attribution, and that if you modify it you’re required to share your changes with the world under the same license (the actual legal bits are in the link).
This is a fan work, not licensed or endorsed in any way, so it’s up to you to get any other permissions you need from the IP owner.
As with other free embroidery patterns here, the SVG file is included in the ZIP package so you can modify it in Inkscape and produce your own variations/sizes/etc.