Right chest (a local company embroidered it for me, and I bought the wings on eBay to even things out a bit):
Left chest (this patch was custom made - hard to find large, orange ones like this - and came out brilliantly):
Left sleeve ("Red Five standing by."):
Back (this patch that cost me a pretty penny, but I knew that was coming when I bought the jacket):
Right sleeve (I thought long and hard about this one, but had to go original film):
All patches were made by The Neff Company, who also made the letter jacket. I contacted them and asked if they could ID the coat and color (they did - it's from a high school about an hour and half from here) and make me some patches for it. They obliged with no trouble at all. Most of the patches were stock designs with just specific numerals and words chosen, but the Rebel insignia they helped me make from start to finish. The jacket originally had only the letter "R" on it - no embroidery or other patches - so I was able to see what it could become while in the thrift shop easily. And I actually haggled for it, after eyeing it on several trips to the store to outfit myself and Taj as Yavin Luke and Han last Halloween. I never haggle. I do not enjoy such things. But I didn't want to pay a lot for the jacket, as I knew I was in for a good deal of funds on patches. Anyway, everything worked out and here I am, new owner of a Star Wars letter jacket. *grin*
*This jacket and Muggle clothes is one possible outfit I am considering for the premiere of The Force Awakens. I'm in at 8 PM Thursday, December 17 (thirty-one days!). Others are: Full Jedi, Yavin Luke, or tying to get Death Star Duel Luke finished on time. Decisions, decisions...funny how I've been thinking on what to wear to a movie for weeks and didn't give two cents about my wedding. Oh. Wait. That's not odd at all. Priorities, man. Priorities.