Emblems can be great ways to make statements – whether they are fashion or style statements, or for uniforms to indicate that you are employed by a company.
An iron on patch has benefits over direct embroidery for any number of reasons. First off, the sew on patch won't damage clothing in the same way that direct embroidery or stitching will. Over time, direct stitching can fray and be damaged. Certainly this is also true of the sew on patch. However, iron ons and sew on patches can simply be removed and replaced: Directly sewn on patterns will be far more difficult to repair. On the flip side of this, you have damage to loved but very worn items of clothing that you've been wearing for years. A great way to cover up any fraying or damage to these items of clothing is through an iron on patch or an applique. It enhances and improves a shirt or blouse in ways that you wouldn't have appreciated, adding a touch of originality to whatever you're wearing.
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