Pretty, pretty, melancholy ☺︎
The past couple of years have got me feeling all kinds of melancholy for no real reason other than the sheer burnout caused by a relentless flow of bad or disappointing news. Time to turn the TV off, get naked and flop over some pretty flowers because why tf not ☺︎☹︎☺︎
The patch depicts part of the super rad oil painting 'Elegy' by William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905).
- 3” wide (8cm)
- Super high quality printed details
- Embroidered lettering
- Iron on
- Black overlocked edge
- Bonus point: A percentage of profits go to our local animal sanctuary, see the ‘About Life Club’ page to find out more!
INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLYING PATCH TO GARMENT
Step 1: Set your hand iron at the hottest temperature setting. Do not use ANY steam!
Step 2: Place your patch in the desired position and place a cloth such as a handkerchief, sheet, tea towel or pillowcase over the top.
Step 3: Press the iron straight down for 35-45 seconds with as much constant pressure as possible. No back and forth movements but you can use slow circular movements.
Step 4: Turn the garment inside-out and repeat steps 2 & 3.
Step 5: Allow the patch to cool down.
Step 6: (optional) Now the patch is attached, you can add a couple of stitches to the corners for extra-safe secureness! Alternatively, if you are a sewing whizz you can just sew the patch into place and then there is no need for ironing at all!