Which kinds of iron on do you like?

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  • May 18, 2017

Iron on patches are a fun and simple way to personalize your clothes, t-shirts, jackets, bags, hats and much more! Do you want want to proudly display your favorite bands on your jacket sleeve, or show off the skills you learned at summer camp on your backpack? Iron-on patches are a great way to express your individuality - and they're also useful for hiding damaged or torn spots on your clothes and accessories. 


Some patches come with glue on the back, and others simply have a cloth backing. Take a close look at your patch and decide whether you may need additional materials.

  • Decorative embroidered fabric patches are usually thick, stiff, and have what looks like plastic glue on one side. These can be used to cover ripped or discolored fabric.
  • Transfer paper patches are prints on one side of special paper, with a non-glossy paper side. These can't hold ripped fabric together and usually the fabric underneath will show through if it's not applied to something white.
  • Patches that have a simple cloth backing can be attached using electric iron.
  • Patches that are meant to cover up holes or stains and are designed to blend in with fabric often come with a paper backing that is pulled off before the patch is applied.

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