"Fraser, you can sew?"
"Actually this is more like embroidery, Ray."
"Sewing, emboldening, what's the difference."
"Embroidering. Well, the difference is significant; whilst sewing is generally for utility, and uses a fine, unobtrusive fibre strand, embroidery more often utilises more substantial threads, and is for embellishments and decoration. Though, both are similar in that they use needles and a kind of-"
"And now in English?"
"Sewing is useful, embroidery is pretty."
"And you can do both?"
"In terms of technique, they are not dissimilar. Embroidery requires more of a creative mind than sewing, leading many to-"
"Thanks for the badge."
"You are very welcome. However, many might say that it's really more of a patch than a badge, the classification being a matter of dispute within the Scouting community. There was a very interesting treatise on the subject by two scout leaders..."