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Lisa Frank Inspired "Fuck" Iron On Fabric Patch, 3 in.

Lisa Frank Inspired "Fuck" Iron On Fabric Patch, 3 in.

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  1. Preheat your iron to 150-270 degrees Fahrenheit (the cotton setting for about five minutes or until hot) and position your patch where you want it on the material.

  2. Place a pressing parchment square or a thin cloth over the patch. Use a damp cloth when ironing wool or other delicate fabrics. Also, make sure the cloth is damp, not soaking wet.

  3. Place your iron onto the cloth on top of the patch and apply firm pressure for about 30 seconds. Allow the material and patch to cool for five minutes.

  4. Next, turn your garment inside out and iron the area behind the patch while applying firm pressure for 30 seconds. This ensures that the patch is firmly attached. Allow the area to cool for another five minutes, and the iron-on process is complete.


  • When washing fabric with iron-on patches attached, make sure you turn the garment inside out.
  • Never wash in hot water or dry with heat or you risk loosening the attached patch.
  • If your patch is becoming loose you can try to iron it on again, but most likely you will have to sew it on.
  • Patches can be sewn onto fabric or garments with a single or double stitch along the border of the patch for extra security.
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