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Slowly but Surely iron-on patch
Slowly but Surely iron-on patch
Slowly but Surely iron-on patch
Slowly but Surely iron-on patch
$8.00 CAD

Stay Home Club

Slowly but Surely iron-on patch

Apparel Size Charts

LOOSE TEES

Size 1: 

Made for women who wear XS-L. 

Chest circumference: 46” / Length: 27”

Size 2: 

Made for women who wear XL-3XL. 

Chest circumference: 50” / Length: 28”

 

UNISEX TEES (black & white 100% cotton tees)

UNISEX TEES (black & colour poly/cotton tees)

LONG SLEEVE TEES

SWEATSHIRTS (black, navy & grey)

SWEATSHIRTS (limited edition ochre & blush)

Slowly but surely.

3" embroidered patch with merrowed edge and iron-on backing. Follow the instructions below to affix this patch to a garment of your choosing (click to enlarge)! For items that will be washed, sewing on is recommended.

© Stay Home Club Inc. 2017 

  1. Place patch on garment, embroidery side up.
  2. Place cloth or towel over patch.
  3. Iron over cloth on high for approximately 30 seconds.
  4. Patch should now be partially stuck on. Turn garment inside out or flip over to iron the other side of the fabric that the patch will be affixed to. Iron the fabric directly beneath the patch for approximately 30 seconds (essentially heating the glue side of the patch with the garment being used as your barrier).
  5. Let it cool and you should be good to go! If not, repeat last step as necessary.
  6. Sewing on is recommended for garments that will be washed often. If sewing is not an option, ironing-on can be repeated using the above steps each time the garment comes out of the wash.

Description

Slowly but surely.

3" embroidered patch with merrowed edge and iron-on backing. Follow the instructions below to affix this patch to a garment of your choosing (click to enlarge)! For items that will be washed, sewing on is recommended.

© Stay Home Club Inc. 2017 

Application Instructions

  1. Place patch on garment, embroidery side up.
  2. Place cloth or towel over patch.
  3. Iron over cloth on high for approximately 30 seconds.
  4. Patch should now be partially stuck on. Turn garment inside out or flip over to iron the other side of the fabric that the patch will be affixed to. Iron the fabric directly beneath the patch for approximately 30 seconds (essentially heating the glue side of the patch with the garment being used as your barrier).
  5. Let it cool and you should be good to go! If not, repeat last step as necessary.
  6. Sewing on is recommended for garments that will be washed often. If sewing is not an option, ironing-on can be repeated using the above steps each time the garment comes out of the wash.