How to Iron on Patches on Jeans – HTVRont

How to Iron on Patches on Jeans

How to Iron on Patches on Jeans

We all know that wearing pants day after day can easily rip or tear. When jeans often have holes, do you throw them away? Ironing on patches is an easy way to repair pants. Therefore, this has made it an attractive option. The best option is to use ironed fabric patches that match the color of the pants. The iron on patches is a fabric patch with a sticky surface and some plastic film. As you can imagine, when you stick the patch on the pants and heat it with an iron, you are melting the glue, thus sealing the two together. Secondly, the advantage of iron on patches is that no sewing skills are required. This is good news for those of us who have not spent time on sewing machines to perfect our knitting skills.

Knowing how to iron on patches yourself can free you from high-end design price tags, while also providing the satisfaction of creating something truly unique. So how to use iron on patches? First, pick up your favorite jacket, jeans or handbag and follow these simple tips to iron on patches at home.

How to Iron on Patches on Jeans

Cut out the Jean patch

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Cut patches to fit holes or tears in jeans. Make sure that the patch covers the ripped area to completely cover it. Cut into any shape, making sure all corners are rounded. Do not cut the patch into a square with sharp corners, as the corners may separate from the underlying fabric.

Cut out the Jean patch

Iron on Jean Patch

How to apply iron on patches? Take out the iron and turn it on. Please follow the instructions that come with the ironing patch: usually a higher setting (for cotton) is required. Let the iron get hot, then place the pants on the ironing board. Put a strip of paper into the leg of the jeans so that the fusible net of the ironed patch does not stick to the back of the leg of the pants.

Make sure there are no wrinkles on the fabric or patch, and then press the iron down onto the patch. Press the patch and jeans according to the instructions that came with the ironing patch: Normally, this requires pressing with a hot iron for about 30 seconds. Once this step is completed, the paper can be removed from the jeans.

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Then you have finished! Isn't it cute?

Iron on Jean Patch