The people who live in Patch. Patch families are cotton patch farmers, each growing a different color of cotton. They dress in the same color as their cotton patch and paint their houses the same color. They make patch-work quilts from the cotton patches harvested from their gardens. Unfortunately, the men are scrappy from constant picking of Scraps from their gardens, and the women are cross and crotchety from constant stitching.
First appears in: The Gnome King of Oz
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