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Not necessarily a polo shirt, but I've done baseball shirts with a part of the collar still attached.  I placed a piece of fabric behind the neck to cover up the batting that would show through otherwise, and then appliqued the rest of the shirt down to the extra fabric.  Treat the whole thing as a quilt block and continue.

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Thank you for your response. I have also used a t-shirt with the collar. I was just wondering if there was a less bulky way to do a polo shirt with its collar. I'll probably just use the back of the shirt and appliqué the patches on it.

Thanks again for your help, I appreciate it.

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