Tuesday, 25 September 2018

Perth Quilters

Hi All

This is a call out to our volunteers in Perth.  

If you have sewn for us in the last 12 months please send me an email - friendsofAHQ@gmail.com 

We may have an invitation for you in the coming weeks. 




Grati-Tuesday 25 September

Business Announcement before the thank you messages.....

OK people, we have managed to secure a second tour of the Australian War Memorial.   Get in now if you want to join in the tour people. 

And if you are new to Aussie Heroes and are coming to the weekend in Canberra, I hope you will join me for brunch on the Saturday morning.  I hope to get a recipient or two along as well.

Now enjoy the messages from this week.....
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Good Morning Melissa,

Thank you heaps for the Aussie Hero Quilt you made and sent it is awesome. I absolutely love it, and I know that when I get home it will be claimed by my 11 year old son in no time.

Please find attached a photo, and thank you again. It is great to know that when you are away from all your loved ones that people back home appreciate the sacrifice we have to make.

Kind Regards







Hi Sandy,

Thank you so much for the wonderful quilt.  I will cherish it forever.  I plan on taking it with me everywhere the Army sends me.

My wife is pregnant and we are very excited to meet our first child.  Maybe one day I will pass your quilt onto him.

Please thank you team, Bev and Mary, your support brightened my day.

Please take this small token of my appreciation.

Sincerely,
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Dear Hilary T

I am writing to thank you for the laundry bag that my partner received recently.  She is currently on deployment on HMAS Canberra.  The ship has pulled into Darwin for a few days and I have come up here to see her. 

One of the first things that she showed me was the laundry bag that she received on the ship.  She had the opportunity to select which one she wanted, and she chose one with cat material as she said that it reminds her of her pet cat at home. 

It's been very hard for her and her fellow sailors to be away from home for so long,  and it means a lot to her that lovely people such as yourself are supporting them on their deployment.

Thank you for your kindness, and good wishes to your son who is also proudly serving our country.

I have attached a photo below  so you can see how happy Tracy is with her new laundry bag! 



Kind Regards

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G’Day Jenny,

The laundry bag you have made is amazing.  I love the Aussie flag touch, and my initials are as clear as day.  No longer will I have some random person checking the machine because the laundry bag looks like the others sold on base.

My two oldest sons of 8 and 6 would to stuff it with toys, and pretty sure my youngest son of 1 would like to use it as a blanket.
I don’t have to worry about my wife using it because I do all the washing on laundry when I am at home.

Thanking you so very much.

Regards,
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Dear Jenny,

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!
I really really loved the quilt, don’t worry, I thought the sewing was excellent!  What a special gift!  You truly made a quilt that suits my personality.  I received it two days after my birthday so it was a magical surprise.

I am currently working as the only nurse in a small medical centre.  
Us nurses share a special bond.  I miss the nursing “tea room chats”.   So your gift really made my day.  Even more so because it came from another nurse. 

I have been in the army for 9 years.  I teach nursing officers now, army, navy and airforce.  I love it!  I have sent a pic of my small medical centre and one of my lovely patients.

Your gifts to us mean so much!!  The next nurse due here is male so he might not enjoy the pattern as much – lol.
I hope to keep this quilt for MANY years.  

I wish you all the best.

Take care,
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Hi Jenny!

I couldn’t find any thank you cards here, but I wanted to say thanks for making me my laundry bag!
I love the blue and am a massive fan of the Dr Who fabric – it’s also great having my initials on the bag.
The other great thing about it is that everyone is jealous of it.

Whoo hoo!  The snacks all went down a treat, the parcel arrived just as we were about to have a movie night so everyone appreciated sharing them.
It is really great being so far from home and knowing we have support. 
Things like the quilts and bags are a beautiful gesture, they provide something to smile at, look forward to and something that is a keepsake from our deployment.

Thanks again, I am so grateful.
All the best to you and your family.
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Dear Jenny,

I recently received the incredible laundry bag that you made for me, I absolutely love it!  I can’t believe how well it came out, and I am blown away by your amazing work.  I wish to thank you so very very much for the very kind gesture that you have made.  I am currently serving with the Royal Australian Air Force in the Middle East Region and am deployed as part of the Security Detachment supporting the Air Task Group on Operation OKRA.  To receive my quilt from you is very comforting; knowing that you are being thought of and supported.  I thought I would tell you a little bit about what we are doing.

Whilst it is hard being away from family and friends, especially over holidays and family occasions such as Christmas and birthdays, we have very good support and activities planned that allow us to look after each other and keep morale high.

Thank you so much again for my amazing Iron Maiden laundry bag.

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Jenny,

Thank you and AHQ for all of the wonderful work that you do for serving military personnel!
Special thank you to you personally for my awesome laundry bag!  I can assure you that all of the boys I work with were jealous!
I love turtles and plan to purchase a pet one when I return from deployment.  I think I will call him Larry.

Also, thank you for the treats you sent as well, you seem to know my taste in lollies and chips.  Hopefully they don’t find my stash and eat it all on me!
I hope that all is well at home, and know it’s an honour to be serving this great country and people such as yourself.

Looking forward to returning home to the cold!
This hot weather is getting terrible over here!

Thank you again.

Kind regards
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Good afternoon Ma'am, (Jenny R)

I'd like to thank you for the laundry bag and the letter you attached.

Aussie Hero and Quilts visited our ship the other week to hand out laundry bags to ships company and we all loved them.

I can assure you, your sewing skills are first class! Mine looks awesome!!

I really do appreciate your time and effort and I'm sure the rest of the Defence Force do too.. 

Thank you again,
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Dear Jenny,

I am writing to say thank you for your beautiful laundry bag.
I am a scuba diver, so I love the blue colours that remind me of the ocean and all the lovely fish.
It is especially nice and cool when you are in a sandy desert.

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Dear Jenny,

I received a handmade quilt and laundry bag from you back in August this year.  I am writing to say thank you and express my gratitude at receiving such an amazing quilt off you.  It is an amazing gift and has really brightened up my room and helped to add some character, making my bedroom a bit more homely and welcoming.

I really appreciate the effort that has obviously gone into making the quilt and laundry bag, it is something that I will treasure for many years to come.  Once I return home I will find a special place for it and keep it only for display.

Aussie Hero Quilts is an amazing organisation, and I know from talking to the soldiers deployed here in Afghanistan currently that they really appreciate receiving the quilts and laundry bags.  I commend you for being a part of such a giving organisation and contributing to Aussie Her Quilts.  It really does help to make the deployment a little bit easier when you receive wonderful gifts every now and then to brighten your day.

Again, thank you so much for my quilt and laundry bag.  I really do appreciate it and appreciate the effort that has gone into making them both.

All the best,
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Dear Jenny,

Thank you so very much for my quilt and laundry bag.  I am blown away with what you do.
They are both beautiful, and I will cherish them always.
Thank your niece for her help with them too.  The treats were also a lovely addition and well received.

Thank you again for all that you do.


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Dear Georgina,



Firstly, thank you so very much for the amazing quilt you sent – I absolutely love it, and could not be more thrilled to receive it.  It is perfect and I love how colourful it is.  You’ve done an amazing job and I’m so grateful.  It’s so lovely to know there are people at home thinking of us and wanting us to have a little piece of Australia whilst we are here 



Please thank your mum for passing on the beautiful bright fabric in the quilt also.  It’s perfect, and it fits the quilt so well.  It is so nice to know that so many people care so much and want to make our time here the best it can be.  Even the cat!  I don’t have any pets (a two and a four year old is enough for now!), but I can imagine they had a great time annoying you whilst you sewed.

I have seen how cool it’s been lately in Canberra, and I must say, whilst it’s been the total opposite here and almost unbearably hot, I’m thinking the cold might be worse.  I’m a little concerned about how cold I’m going to be when I come home on leave next week actually.  I’ll have to rug up!  I might have to bring the quilt home with me – I think I’ll need it just as much at home!

Thanks again so very much for the lovely quilt and the minties, I absolutely love the quilt and the minties are a fantastic treat.

Take care.
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Hi Heather,



Thank you sooo very much for the amazing quilt and the bonus gift of the Broncos footie. I was soo completely surprised and extremely humbled by these and the extra gifts in the box - not sure if so good fro my waist line.


I will  definitely be dropping past to give you my personal thanks on return as after all of my deployments this is my first and most treasured gift from the Australian community. The work that you and all the other do is nothing short of amazing and received by a very thankful group of guys and gals.

Again thank you - you and the Aussie Quilters are amazing and truly define the Australian culture and the reason why in is so important to defend and retain the freedom and friendship that that makes us who we are.
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Hello Ruth 

I am a new to service Chaplain in the Navy Reserve. Jan-Maree passed on your laundry bag to me this afternoon after we returned from a short deployment exercise on HMAS Choules. Given the washing I returned with it was a timely yet more significantly heartening gift. I have done some quilting myself and know the time and care that goes into the making of the bag and so I wanted to express my appreciation for your thoughtfulness. I hope to perhaps engage some in the West, as I am from Perth, to perhaps participate with the contributions of Aussie Hero Quilts as I believe it is a great recognition of our service men and women and all that they and their families offer on behalf of us all. 

Kind Regards
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Ruth,



I am writing to thank you for the laundry bag which you made which I received today. It looks amazing and is the perfect timing, my current laundry bag broke a week ago and I have been desperate to get a new one so I could drop off another load of washing.

It is always nice getting mail while here as it helps you stay connected with back home especially as I draw nearer to the end of my tour. The only difficult part really is being away from my family for so long, and I think it is even harder on them then it is for me. I have really learnt to appreciate my partner and how much work she does looking after my children. My 3 year old daughter in particular has really had a difficult time understanding why I am away. 

I hope things are going well for you back in Australia. 

Once again thank you very much, it is greatly appreciated.
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Good afternoon Jan-Maree,

I am emailing to pass on my sincere thanks to yourself and your team for the beautiful quilt I received last week.

Thank you for providing the background to the quilts in your letter, I didn't realise how the idea for this wonderful organisation came about. I am amazed at the creativity of the pattern and it has exceeded any expectation of what I had in my mind! 

Can you please pass my thanks onto both Louise and Keryn - their work is very much appreciated. I absolutely love that my unit details are on the champagne bottle, and the kittens using string to spell my initials is genius!

The support provided to the ADF through Aussie Hero Quilts is amazing and it's always a highlight of the day seeing someone receive their quilt or laundry bag and what patterns they receive. 

Thank you for everything you do - your team is truly wonderful! 




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Hello Hilary, 

I want to thank you for going to the effort of making this fine laundry bag. When I was walking the line to choose my bag, this one just jumped out at me! It had been quite cold in Sydney so the idea of a bag full of beanies was very appealing. It has served it's purpose well so far! I would take a photo with it but the internet is pretty poor. 

It is almost time for bed. Thank you again for your work on my bag, I will always keep it close. 

Kind regards 

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AI am pleased to announce that your Aussie Hero Laundry bag is now a proud member of the RAAF.  I’m a 53yo that’s been in the RAAF for 31 Years and am currently serving in the Middle East. My dad was also in Rabaul during the war.

This is my third trip here (much to the wife's disgust) and this is the first Laundry Bag that I have ever owned and I am thrilled to own it (even better than a puppy). 

As I mentioned this is my third time here (2004, 2010) and I have also served in Timor in 2000 so I have been around. So my time is almost up. This is for the young person now.

Take care Anne and all the best to your Family and it’s nice to see that we are not forgotten over here.

Regards 
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Jo,

I am just writing to thank you for the amazing blanket which you made for me. You did an amazing job and I love it. I am actually lying in bed now with it on me about to go to sleep. I will definitely be taking it home with me as a keepsake.

I especially love that a fellow Knights supporter sent me this. I have been a huge supporter as long as I can remember through the good times and the not so good times recently and that will never change. I barely got to watch any footy this year unfortunately but I did get to watch the mighty blues win origin surrounded by mostly QLD fans which made it even sweeter.

Please pass on a massive thankyou to Mary, Kay and everyone else who helped to make the blanket. I never imagined it would turn out so great. The Tim Tams were great as well and they have already been finished and I only received the package a few hours ago.

Regards,
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Hello Kate,
Thank you so much for the quilt. It is amazing, you did a great job! I especially like the poem about the Poppy and also the ANZAC up the top. And the laundry bag is amazing, so stoked.
And thank you for the chocolates and toiletries.

I really appreciate the time and effort you have made to make this quilt and laundry bag.
Enjoy your retirement and thanks again.
Kind Regards,
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One for Rosina


Hello,

I  would like to express their thanks and appreciation for the support provided from you and many other wonderful Australians 

I want to thank you for the amazing  Quilt and laundry bag that I received from you. 

As an Australian Defence Force member deployed to the Middle East region, I deeply appreciate the gifts that you have sent.

It is humbling to know that you have taken the time and effort to think about deployed soldiers, sailors, airmen and airwomen.

Your generous gift brought great joy and pride from Australia, at a time when we all find it difficult to be away from home and family.

Thank you again for your thoughts and generosity of spirit.
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Good Morning Anne,
I am the very lucky recipient of the beautiful hand made quilt you sewed with the dachshunds and kettlebells.
Thank you so much for such a beautiful quilt - I am blown away at how perfect it is. I absolutely love it and will treasure it for a long time to come. 



Thank you also, for the little goodies and your lovely letter. I really enjoyed reading about how you come to make the quilt and how you got into doing this to start with. 



I think what the wonderful people associated with Aussie Hero quilts do for us is very kind and thoughtful and really does put a smile on our faces. 



The blanket will come in very handy, as even though its quite hot outside still, (above 40 degrees) the air con is always blasting in our rooms, so the quilt will definitely get used over here. 



Plus, over Xmas time, the temp will drop cool enough at night to wear a jumper.
This will be my second Xmas here. My last deployment was 10yrs ago, to the same place. It's funny, a lot has changed but so much has stayed the same. 



Aussie quilts didn't exist last time I was here...or if they did, I didn't know about them. 



Everyone gets so excited when they receive their quilt. The work you guys do is amazing.
Thank you again for all your hard work for those of us serving overseas. Your kindness and beautiful quilts and laundry bags really are very much appreciated and loved by all. 



Have a lovely day and I'll be in touch soon.


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Dear Jean,

I am writing to thank you for the lovely personalised laundry bag you made for me. It really blew me away to receive this in the post along with your letter.

I am currently serving in South Sudan with the United Nations. I am part of a group of 20 Australian Defence Force personnel working here. 

Once again, thank you so much for you kindness in volunteering for Aussie Heroes. It means a lot me and my fellow colleagues that there are people like you back home who care about those of us in the far flung places of the world.

Take care Jean

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Great messages! 

Till next time... keep spreading the word and happy stitching!

Jan-Maree xx

Monday, 24 September 2018

A very special Post by Wendy-Leigh....

This morning I had a conversation with one of the carers of one of the competitors on our Invictus Games Team.  She told me she had written a personal story in response to the quilt and bag she received at our presentation back in August.  She asked me to share the following post on our blog and Facebook page so that as many Aussie Hero Quilters as possible  would read it and know what receiving her quilt has meant to her. 

So here it is.... 

Dear Jan-Maree Ball, Phil Winter, Team Management and my entire Invictus Games Family.
It has taken me such a long time to come to terms with what you and your “stitching band of angels” have done for me; as it is with Phil Winter, Team Management and my entire Invictus Games Family.

It is hard to put into words to give the full magnitude the effect being part of the Invictus Games Team has had on me mental, emotional and socially – it has been exponentially healing... from a tiny square that was sewn to the quilt made with love… love finally came back into my heart replacing all the pain.

For 25 years Stephen has been ill and he is only this year 50 that is half his life. He has struggled to do anything and quit trying taking me on the same downward spiral. No one understood, how could they so you loose all family and most friends. It was during Invictus Games 2018 selection process for him the change began. From April the first camp we attended I started to see the glimmer of the person from a quarter of a century ago. I could see I was being left behind, carers were invisible… I was broken in soul body and mind.

I realized long ago I no longer belonged to the civilian stream but I never experienced the Defence Force life it only had been a bad experience … that was the establishment. With each set of exposure to this unique group of ‘damaged’ people it felt like I found my home; my journey had not started but I felt it was about to begin. I was not asked questions, asked to explain or to justify anything. I was genuinely being accepted by total strangers.

I heard Phil Winter speak naming the team “Fit Friendly and Formidable”. A spark inside me happened; I once was all three… but the harshness of life had crushed me and life was pointless. From 2011 within 5 years my father, my sister and my 9 year old nephew had died; 3 summers of storms flooded out our house and we were trapped in the Inland Tsunami in the Lockyar Valley Toowoomba Qld while my father was dying. I then went on to battle cancer. All this while being social and mentally isolated; a carer with a TPI Veteran. Only last year while suffering all the mental issues that go with secondary PTSD and cancer I withdrew even further into total darkness. Only to have my mother telephone me to say she is cutting me down in her will because of my lack of contact. I no longer cared about anything let alone life itself.

Over these months of Invictus the spark became a fire and now that fire was lit. I wanted to become ‘me’ again. The words ring in my ear daily: I AM The Master of my fate I AM the captain of my Soul I AM Unconquered I AM Invictus and I AM Grateful to you all for allowing me to be part of your journey.

I know there WILL be bad days and there WILL be good days but I AM never going back to think of suicide as the answer. I AM only going up from here. On the bad days I will read the square on my quilt knowing someone thinks of me as An Aussie Hero I AM no longer invisible or alone. My journey has begun - Invictus is making me a person again not a role. I AM the Blessed one! I too AM INVICTUS.

Wendy- Leigh


Aussie Hero Request List 24 Sept 18


Hi all

DON’T FORGET TO BUY YOUR TICKETS FOR THE AUSSIE HERO THANK YOU DINNER….
TICKETS ON SALE HERE

https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=393476&

Please, please, please read this preamble each week as the info does change. I am receiving a lot of questions from people who have not read this info so you would make it easier for me too if you took a few minutes to read it.

Priority Quilts

I wish we could catch up on the priority quilts and bags but every week there seem to be a few. There are two laundry bags that need to be in the mail by 1 October… that is one week.  Can anyone please help?

Also we have several quilts that will need to be in the mail by the end of October. The post by date for all items on this request list (except the two above LBs)  is 29 October but for numbers 2 to 9 there is no leeway and, in fact, getting them in the mail sooner would be better.   Can you please help?


Post by Date for all quilts and laundry bags

The post by date for ALL other items on this list is 29 October please.   

PLEASE note the date and let me know if you have any problems getting your quilt/LB away on time. In fact, if you are going to be late posting it please let me know BEFORE you post it.  Also, if this time frame is too tight for you, there are options, just email me to discuss.

 PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE copy the ENTIRE line if you wish to nominate for a quilt or laundry bag. 
For example….
Marvel Theme. Ironman     M       LB      1

This is really important to make sure that neither you nor I copy the wrong number which could lead to me giving you the wrong details for specific request.  If you find it hard to copy and paste please copy the line out as follows…  

The first column is the theme or preferences requested.
The second column indicated the gender of the recipient.
The third column is as follows.

B=both quilt and laundry bag (feel free to nominate to JUST do the laundry bag if you wish)
Q= just a quilt
LB = just a laundry bag
F= female
M= male

The last column with the number is a simple registration number for me to use… it is only relevant for this week only and will change if the request is still on the list next week. Once you have received the recipient’s details you will need to use those to refer to the recipient from then on if need be.

If there is more than one request on this list that you would be happy to do I suggest that you send me a list of requests and tell me how many you want to be allocated…. ie one of the following please….  There are always a few requests that everyone wants to do (and I can never pick them) so if the first one you ask for is taken then I can allocate another from your list if I have a list.
  
If you don’t understand what people are asking for or where to get some of the bits and pieces then please ask me but the following might also be helpful.

Australian National Flag - you can buy panels at Spotlight – ask for them if you can’t find them.
Afghanistan flag – I can send you one.
Rising Sun, RAAF Crest, Navy Crest, Coat of Arms, RAEME and other badges – ask me about them, I can often send you some to include if your request needs them.
If they want some text and it is too much for you to applique I may be able to get it embroidered and sent to you to be sewn on the quilt or sewn into it.  Just let me know what words you want, what colour fabric and what colour thread… keep it simple please.   Also include your address in the email to save me time please.
I can help you with football colours and logos of teams etc. Just ask me. Most of the logos are simple or you can just add team names if you want to … team colours are enough also.
Please think about what the request involves before you take it on. Google, ask questions, email me, make sure you can complete it to your satisfaction before you commit to it if possible please.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

Cheers

Jan-Maree



Red and blue with Aussie flag - This one needs to be in the mail by 1 Oct 18
M
LB
1
 Royal blue and fire engine red with Aussie flag - this one needs to be in the mail by 1 Oct 18
M
LB
1
Cronulla sharks
M
LB
1
(camels, (AUS Flag and red poppies)
Please
F
LB
1
Classic Cars, Pin up Girls, WW2 Planes
M
LB
1
WW2 Planes, Fishing
M
LB
1
Cats, Horses (Appaloosa)
F
LB
1
Afghanistan / TAAC-Air
M
LB
1
Aussie Flag
M
LB
1
St Kilda football (Aussie Rules) - FPE 10 (Aug 18 - Mar 19) Camp Qargha
M
LB
1
random Laundry Bags

LB
1
Australian Army and Iraq (Map, flag - I can send you the central panel for the Iraqi flag and you jjust need to add a dtrip to the top and the bottom) MUST BE IN THE MAIL BY 15 OCTOBER
M
Q
2
body building   - MUST BE IN THE MAIL BY 15 OCTOBER

B
3
I love red and purple / RAAF crest (I can send you one) or ANZAC symbolism   - MUST BE IN THE MAIL BY 15 OCTOBER
F
B
4
Fire Truck images or The Hungry Caterpillar  if possible.  Thank you!
M
B
5
Cockatiels theme. If not native Australian birds, thank you!
M
B
6
Disney Princess - Ariel, Cinderella, Aurora, Jasmine (Aladdin), Snow White, Moana, Rupunzel (Tangled), Belle, Elsa & Anna etc.  Purple & Pink colours would be great thank you :)
M
Q
7
Anything to do with the "Tree of Life' and the symbol. 2 x grey and white cats. 1 x tan medium size dog and 1 x multi-coloured lab terrier dog.  Chickens, anything hippie and vegetarian pictures.  An ambulance picture and a school picture.   Much appreciated over here and keep up the good work.
M
B
8
I love fishing and the colour Maroon (Queenslander)
M
B
9
Nursing, Australian Army, NSW
M
Q
10
Aussie/RAAF theme, Blue/Black with name or initials.
M
Q
11
Aus/IRAQ
M
Q
12
Blues greys and whites C130's and border collies
M
Q
13
Green, Blue, Ocean, Animals
F
Q
14
Snow Capped Mountains with blue sky top - Word "Kabul - Afghanistan" underneath  3rd 'TAAC-Air Patch with words "Operation Highroad 2018" underneath - centre 3rd 'Australian White Ensign flag, across bottom 3rd
M
B
15
Batman, South Sydney Rabbitohs
F
Q
16
Beaches, Landscapes, Poppies
F
B
17
loves vinyl records and his beloved Ducati Monster, her name is Black Betty.
M
Q
18
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC - Mixed Martial Arts), Finance, Reading, Earth colours like browns,tans,orange, Disney Movies
M
B
19
Gymnastics, Rubgy and Ninja Warrior
M
B
20
Land Rovers, Simpsons, Sydney, Rabbitohs, dogs and Camping stuff.
M
Q
21
My Interet is riding my Indian motorbike. If possible can I get the Indian Motorbike emblem.
M
B
22
Purple and Frangipanis
F
Q
23
Poppies and Rising Sun and skippy badge
M
Q
24
Russell coight/ southern Cross
M
Q
25
Pirate Flags
M
B
26
Cronulla sharks, Rugby League,Surfing
M
Q
27
Sydney Swans Football club
M
Q
28
Afghanistan map large,  Aussie and Afghan flag, "FPE 10"
M
B
29
Afghanistan, TAAC- Air
M
B
30
Green and Gold (Golden Wattle Design) Planes and Warships (Air Force and Navy motifs)
M
B
31
Anzac, WW2 planes, Middle East
M
B
32
WW2 Planes (Any Aircraft really),Middle East
M
Q
33
Anzac, Middle East
M
B
34
WW2 planes
M
B
35
WW2 Fighter/Bomber aircraft + Pin up girl nose art
M
B
36
Middle East Operations, War Planes
M
B
37
Maroon & White
SOO (QLD), Rugby League
or War Planes
M
Q
39
WW2 Fighter/Bomber aircraft + Pin up girl nose art
M
B
40
NRL St George Dragons / Red and White
M
B
41
WW2 planes/War History,
Melbourne Victory/ Soccer
M
B
42
WW2 planes, Khaki colour, patches of fabric with small flowers, embroidered RAAF Crest
F
B
43
Star Wars, Darth Vador
M
Q
44
The Legend of Zelda,  The name Link (my sons name) somewhere            
M
Q
45
Bin trucks & Bins
M
B
46
Country Australia
M
Q
47
RICHMOND TIGERS
M
B
48
UNICORNS, RAINBOWS, LOLLYPOPS
M
B
50