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Embroidery is one of the most beautiful techniques in fashion. It’s an elegant detail that elevates any outfit. This gorgeous embroidered dress isn’t your typical LBD, nor is this white skirt basic. While nothing compares to hand stitched embroidery, iron-on embroidery patches are a rather easy solution.
Almost all of us have at least one denim jacket in our wardrobe, and they’re all pretty much the same. Why not personalize it a bit? Same goes to the denim skirt!
The reason I picked these two items is because denim is easy to work with. Also, I’ve started to get bored with my denim jacket and skirt. They’re a little too basic, so it’s time to jazz them up a little!
After hours of browsing Amazon.com & Etsy.com I finally found the embroidery patches I loved. There are so many to choose from and the majority are relatively affordable. After they arrived, I placed them exactly where I want them to be, then ironed them on… It was that easy! A couple minutes later I got customized one of a kind denim jacket and skirt!
The first key to making the patches look as close to stitched as possible is to opt for a well made design. Also, you need to iron them on properly. Take your time going on them with a hot iron over and over. Stop when they’re well glued to the fabric.
Iron-on embroidery patches are such a great and fun way to revive an old pair of jeans, add color to black pants or personalize a bag! In a few minutes you can personalize almost anything.
So why don’t you go for it?
PS: Not all fabrics are compatible to this technique. Some can get ruined, so do your research first.