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Sewing application

What You'll Need

  • Your patch

  • The fabric item you want to attach it to (like a jacket, bag, or shirt)

  • A needle

  • Thread that matches the patch and fabric

  • Scissors

  • Pins (optional)

Step-by-Step Guide

HOT TIP before you start if you choose to sew instead of ironing, remember to keep the plastic backing intact. It's what holds all the threads together, ensuring your patch remains as vibrant and fabulous as the day you got it!


  1. Select Your Placement 
    Decide where you want to attach the patch on your fabric. Take your time to find the perfect spot.


  2. Cut a length of thread (about 18 inches or so) and thread it through the eye of the needle. Tie a knot at the end of the thread to secure it.

  3. If you like, you can use pins to temporarily secure the patch in your chosen spot. This helps to ensure it stays in place while you're sewing.

  4. Start sewing from the backside of the fabric, so the knot is hidden. Push the needle up through the fabric and the patch, then pull it through until the knot catches.

  5. Use small, even stitches around the edges of the patch to attach it securely. Take your time, and make sure your stitches are close together. It's like creating a little patch-hug!

  6. Keep stitching around the entire patch until it's firmly attached. If you're using pins, remove them as you go. When you've sewn all the way around, secure your thread by making a small knot on the backside of the fabric. Cut the excess thread with your scissors.

  7. Give your patch a gentle tug to make sure it's firmly attached. If any edges come loose, simply re-stitch them.

    Congratulations! You've successfully attached your iron-on patch. Now, proudly flaunt your stylish creation!🌈👕👖🎉

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