Embroidered spots can be dated to ancient Asian civilizations; for centuries. However, not until recently they could be placed in the garment using a hot iron and heat activated glue. With today's patches, you can easily apply them to most tissues without ever needing the needle and thread. Fortunately, they are able to fix them with a hot iron plate that your fingers will not hurt and much easier and faster. The only problem is that they should not be ironed – at least in the traditional sense.
High temperature is not suitable for the skin
If you attach crochet spots with a hot iron, the adhesive on the back will heat up until you reach the semi-liquid, sticky condition. This requires great heat; is a heat that can damage the skin's sensitive surface.
It is true that the skin is very durable, but the surface is seriously damaged by concentrated heat sources. This is two problems. The first problem is that when the skin is damaged, the adhesive will not stick to it and the patch will fall. And if the patch falls, the skin gets an ugly signal where the iron burns. The same can be said of vinyl and various types of faux leather. Another thing to consider is that even if you find a way to stick the adhesive, a slider of iron that connects the bare skin remains burning signal. Therefore, never have a hot iron anywhere near the skin.
Is there another way?
We used to say that you can not use iron to collect embroidered spots on the skin in the traditional sense. The reason for this is because it is not traditionally to try to place patches on the skin, but it is not a traditional method. This means that it can be used with special glue together with unheated iron. Yeah, cold iron. It is important to use iron as a press.
In order for this to work properly, you must have a special adhesive; the skin generation is hard to handle, so you will not be able to use any old adhesive. This special glue can be found in handicraft stores, sewing shops, and some other high-end leather goods specials. Be sure to read the instructions on the bottle carefully, taking care to specifically mention the use of leather products. Failure to do so means you will only spend your money.
The glue should be applied on the back of the patch according to the instructions for the bottle, and then carefully place the patch on the part of the skin where you want it. The next thing you have to do is use the cold iron to squeeze the patch firmly on time as it is on the glue bottle. Then release the iron and wait for the glue to dry. It's imperative to find out where you want to fix the fix before you stop it. If you leave an ugly patch, you remove the patch after placing it on the skin.