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How To Embroider On Patches

Supplies Needed:
  1. How to embroider a patchHoop a piece of StickyStitch Peel & Stick Stabilizer. Once it's hooped, score the wax paper and peel it off to reveal the sitcky stabilizer underneath.

  2. how-to-embroider-a-patchChoose your Pre-Made Blank Patch (in this example we used a 4" square patch). On your embroidery machine, stitch the outline of the patch on the StickyStitch Peel & Stick Stabilizer.

  3. how to embroidery a patchTake your patch and place it over the outline you just embroidered. This will center the patch and make sure its straight.

  4. how to embroider on a blank patchEmbroider your design on the patch. We recommend using a size 11 or 12 sharp point needle.

  5. embroidery on blank patchWhen done, remove the patch from the stabilizer and you now have a completed sew in patch. To heat seal the back and create an iron on patch, move on to step 6.

  6. blank patchesTake a piece of Fuse-N-Bond Heat Seal Film and cut it out so it's slightly smaller than your patch.

  7. embroidery on patchesWith the wax paper facing up, use an iron with a temperature of 260 degrees and press and hold for about 4 seconds. Wait for the fuse-n-bond and patch to cool.

  8. embroidered patchesOnce cool, slowly pull off the corner of the wax paper. If the fuse-n-bond comes up with the wax paper, you either did not use enough heat and pressure, or you did not give it enough time to cool.

  9. make my own patchesCongratulations, you now have a professional looking patch that can be ironed onto any garment.
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