You asked for it, now it's here! Celebrate 420 with our
Limited Edition, Green Lives Matter, 420 patches related to edibles, weed, and herbs.
Make a statement with our EXCLUSIVE patches from this hip new collection.
These patches are LIMITED EDITION and will not restock!
These patches won't be found anywhere else!! We are the originators of these exclusive patches.
Patches have adhesive on the back and are ready to be sealed with your heat press or iron (without steam)
Please note: Our grab bag comes AS-IS, we do not allow patch selection.
You will receive 6 patches; assorted sizes, and colors.
Thank you for checking us out! 😘
**** How to apply your embroidered patches ****
Our embroidered patches can be ironed onto anything you can iron: shirts, jeans, hats, blouses, pants, skirts, etc.
Make your clothes and accessories unique!
Are you creative? With a heat press or an iron, you can create a new look instantly. It's soooo easy!
Heat seal to polyester/cotton fabrics. Do not apply to rainwear (waterproof), highly elastic, rayon, nylon or tri-acetate fabrics. Once applied, applique is permanently attached to the garment and is washable, dryable and dry cleanable. For machine washing, turn garment inside-out before washing and drying.
Iron on instructions for embroidered patches using an iron:
Step 1: Set your iron at the hottest temperature setting. DO NOT USE STEAM DURING APPLICATION!
Step 2: Place embroidered patch in the desired position and place a Teflon sheet on top.
Step 3: Press the iron straight down for 35-45 seconds with as much constant pressure as possible. NO BACK AND FORTH.
Step 4: Turn the garment inside-out and repeat steps 2 & 3.
Step 5: Allow the patch to cool down.
Instructions for using a Heat Press:
Step 1: Set your heat press to 350 degrees.
Step 2: Place your embroidered patch in the desired position and place a Teflon sheet on top.
Step 3: Press the garment for 12 seconds.
Step 4: Increase temperature to 375 degrees. Turn the garment inside-out and press for 10 more seconds.
Step 5: Allow the embroidered patch to cool down.