Stitch Patches strive for customer satisfaction and remain focused on designing and manufacturing high-quality patches.
Stitch Patches strive for customer satisfaction and remain focused on designing and manufacturing high-quality patches.
Iron On Leather Patches

Iron On Leather Patches

  • Style/Theme: Assorted patches with various designs, such as logos, emblems, symbols, or artwork, made from genuine leather.
  • Number of Pieces: Typically sold in sets with multiple patches or individually, depending on the seller.
  • Mounting Type: Iron-on backing for easy application onto fabric surfaces like jackets, bags, or hats.
  • Sizes: Available On Multiple Size 2,3,4

Original price was: $14.99.Current price is: $13.99.


Iron On Leather Patches

Iron-on leather patches can be a convenient way to personalize your garments, but there are some things to consider before you get started. Here’s the breakdown. We also have Patches On A Leather Jacket

The Appeal of Iron On Leather Patches:Iron On Leather Patches

  • Convenience: Iron On Leather Patches are a relatively easy and mess-free application method, especially for those less comfortable with sewing.
  • Speed: Ironing on a patch is a much quicker process compared to sewing it on.
  • Wide Availability: Many pre-made iron-on leather patches are available in various designs and sizes.

Important Considerations for Iron-on Leather Patches:

  • Heat Sensitivity: Leather can be heat-sensitive, and excessive heat can damage it. Ensure your iron is on a low setting suitable for leather and conduct a test on a hidden area of your garment before applying the patch to the main area.
  • Bond Strength: The bond created by ironing might not be as strong as sewing, especially on thicker leathers or with frequent wear. Consider sewing the patch on for added security or if the leather jacket is a valuable item.
  • Not All Leather is Created Equal: Iron-on application might work best with thin, smooth leathers. Rough or treated leathers may require sewing for a secure attachment.

Here’s how to apply an Iron On Leather Patches (if the patch instructions allow for it):

  1. Gather your materials: Iron, ironing board, patch, damp cloth (optional).
  2. Prepare your workspace: Place your leather garment on a flat, ironing-safe surface.
  3. Pre-heat your iron: Set the iron to a low heat setting appropriate for leather (usually the “silk” or “synthetic” setting). Consult your garment’s care label for specific instructions.
  4. Position the patch: Place the iron-on patch in the desired location on your garment.
  5. Apply heat and pressure: Cover the patch with a thin cloth (optional) and use your iron to press down firmly for the recommended time (as specified in the patch instructions).
  6. Let it cool: Allow the patch to cool completely before moving the garment.
  7. Test the bond (optional): Once cool, gently tug on the edges of the patch to ensure a secure attachment. If it seems loose, you may want to sew it on for added security.

Remember: It’s always best to prioritize the safety of your leather garment. Test the iron temperature on a hidden area and prioritize sewing the patch on for valuable leather items or if the iron-on instructions seem unclear.

Overall, Iron On Leather Patches can be a handy option for quick and easy application, but consider the potential limitations and prioritize the well-being of your leather garment.


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