[FS] Iron- On Alps Patches

Hello all! New to Deskthority but i've been shelling patches for a bit within the community. Here to offer some to the Deskthority people who may be interested :D

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Alps Patches:

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SALE FORM

Details:
-Classic Alps Logo Design
-Alps stem shape cut, black border, blue, orange, green, and white thread colors
-100% fully embroidered
-4" x 2.25"
-Iron-On backing (can also be sewn)
-Hot-Cut Edges

Price:
$11 USD each shipped CONUS
+$1.25 USD for International shipping

*additional shipping costs may occur for orders of 3+ due to weight & envelope restrictions

Etc:
-Orders will be invoiced within 3-5 business days of form submission (while supplies last)
-Invoices must be paid within 24 hrs of receipt
-Orders will be shipped within 3-5 business days of payment receipt (1st class untracked)
-Orders will arrive in a standard envelope (*large quantity orders will ship in padded envelope)

*Products can have slight variations/defects as embroidery isn't an exact science. However the best product possible will be sent out :)

This sale is FCFS as stock permits. As with my previous patches, these are limited and once stock is sold out, this design will be retired.
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Snazzy!

If I could get over my OCD and even contemplate stitching one of these, or anything!, on a jacket…
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Muirium wrote:Snazzy!

If I could get over my OCD and even contemplate stitching one of these, or anything!, on a jacket…

Would look good on a jacket! The iron-on backing works pretty good IMHO. I've done a few on hats/beanies and some backpacks that haven't come off, but for something that goes through the dryer, i would probably suggest stitching as well just incase.
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