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Under Patch:  1.Cut Heat n’ Bond to the same size as your fabric patch - leave a hole in the center to align w/ the jeans hole.  2.Pin it directly behind the hole in the knee & iron as directed.  **3.For increased strength use Heat n’ Bond to attach sturdy twill to the back of the fabric.  4. With embroidery floss sew some stars — they’ll help keep the patch firmly in place.    (designmom.com) #embroideryfloss
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Under Patch: 1.Cut Heat n’ Bond to the same size as your fabric patch - leave a hole in the center to align w/ the jeans hole. 2.Pin it directly behind the hole in the knee & iron as directed. **3.For increased strength use Heat n’ Bond to attach sturdy twill to the back of the fabric. 4. With embroidery floss sew some stars — they’ll help keep the patch firmly in place. (designmom.com) #embroideryfloss


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Under Patch: 1.Cut Heat n’ Bond to the same size as your fabric patch - leave a hole in the center to align w/ the jeans hole. 2.Pin it directly behind the hole in the knee & iron as directed. **3.For increased strength use Heat n’ Bond to attach sturdy twill to the back of the fabric. 4. With embroidery floss sew some stars — they’ll help keep the patch firmly in place. (designmom.com)

Under Patch: 1.Cut Heat n’ Bond to the same size as your fabric patch - leave a hole in the center to align w/ the jeans hole. 2.Pin it directly behind the hole in the knee & iron as directed. **3.For increased strength use Heat n’ Bond to attach sturdy twill to the back of the fabric. 4. With embroidery floss sew some stars — they’ll help keep the patch firmly in place. (designmom.com)

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