Iron on patches are a great way to give your clothing a designer look at an affordable price. You will find that denim jackets with patches on them can easily sell for over one hundred dollars, but by buying your own patches you can stick patches on your favourite denim jacket for a fraction of the cost and customise it to look exactly the way you want.
1: Prepare the garment
Make sure that you item of clothing is freshly washed and dry. Only use fabrics that are safe for ironing. Cotton and denim are best.
2: Prepare the iron
Set your iron to the cotton setting. I like to first iron the location where I will be applying the patch to warm up the area.
3: Preparing the patch
Place the patch on the desired area of the garment. if you are unsure of the location safety pin the patch on the desired spot and check out what it looks like infront of a mirror or have someone take a photograph of you wearing the garment.
Once you are set on the spot, place the patch with the image face up and place a thin cloth over the patch.
4: Start ironing
Iron the patch applying even and firm pressure for 30-40 seconds.
Turn the garment inside out and iron again applying first pressure for 30-40 seconds
5. Let the garment cool down
Allow the garment time to cool down. Once it has cooled down check the edges of the patch. If they are not securely attached to the garment and can be lifted repeat step 4.
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