Liberty Shooting Star Appliqué Patch

Grace James

£7.90 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 20th July
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    • Dispatched
    • 30th July
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    • Standard delivery
    • 1st - 2nd August
  • Recycled Materials
  • Made in UK
  • Handmade

Our handmade Liberty appliqué iron on patches are a fun way to jazz up a denim jacket, backpack, cotton T-shirt or a perfect little knee patch. Personalise your little ones denim jacket with patches matching their personality.

Need to know

How to apply:
- These patches are easy to apply, simply peel off the backing, iron with a moderate heat without steam. Ideally use a lightweight cotton between the patch and the iron, to avoid damaging the appliqué. Most importantly, please allow the patch to cool down.
- If you need a more permanent solution, we suggest sewing a few stitches by hand around the patch. If you would like to attach the patch to a non cotton surface such as jute, canvas or denim, please use NO SEW FABRIC glue, this is a great alternative.

- Machine wash at 30c, avoid tumble drying if possible.

  • If you wish to tumble dry, please do so on a low heat and add a few hand stitches for extra security.

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Receive it by 1st - 2nd August

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Grace James

Grace James

Belfast, northern ireland

Hi, I’m Lucy… I would love to say I have a degree in fashion and design but the truth is, I’m a mother who wanted to learn how to sew.

From as long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to create but I never had the confidence to try.

I grew up watching my talented family of bakers and dress makers and witnessed the hard work that it took.

Creating is in the blood but I never experimented with this until after the birth of my second child. Now I’m making up for those lost years of not using my hands by creating all things Liberty for mother and baby.