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Size: 158.0x198.7 mm (6.22x7.82 "), Stitches: 71232
Size: 178.6x224.6 mm (7.03x8.84 "), Stitches: 84095
Size: 198.6x249.7 mm (7.82x9.83 "), Stitches: 98014
Size: 218.6x274.9 mm (8.61x10.82 "), Stitches: 112620
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Create a patch using American Eagle with Flags Machine embroidery design
Capture the essence of patriotism and elegance with our American Eagle with flags machine embroidery design. This masterpiece, crafted with detailed embroidery files, comes in four sizes and is perfect for creating patches that will make a statement. Adorn your jackets, backpacks, and accessories with this whimsical and refined design that features the majestic bird, iconic stars, and stripes that embody the spirit of the United States. Let your love for your country shine, and showcase your sophisticated taste with this unique design.
So, to get such a stylish patch, follow these steps:
1. Take a base fabric for the patches, or usually felt fabric, preferably black.
2. Hoop the fabric.
3. Take the tear-away stabilizer. The ideal is self-adhesive Madeira Cotton Fix Tear-away stabilizer. Glue it to the fabric. To do this, simply tear off the protective film and apply a sticky side to the wrong side of the base. For black fabric is best to take a black stabilizer.
4. Embroider the design.
5. Tear off the excess stabilizer and cut the fabric close to the contour.
Your patch is ready! It remains only to attach it to the product. You can sew a patch with a sewing machine, stitching a line around the contour, or by hand.
Nevertheless, we recommend using a special adhesive base for the stripes. It consists of two layers. One layer is matte and the other is glossy.
1. Cut the canvas a little bigger than your patch.
2. Attach it with the glossy side down, matte up to the wrong side of the patch.
3. Iron the film. After about a minute, it will stick to the patch.
4. To glue the patch to the fabric, simply tear off the protective coating and apply a sticky side to the fabric in the required place. Then iron the patch with again.
This design has been tested and reviewed to ensure top quality. Test stitch the design, or portions of it, before stitching it onto your final item, as results may vary depending on fabric and stabilizer combination.
Please don't sell or trade the embroidery file.