Re: New thread :-) on sewing/ironing patches
Jay M. Thal (Jay_M._Thal@HUD.GOV)
Fri, 26 May 1995 12:11:09 EST
> Every time my son needs a patch added to his shirt, merit badge
> sash, brag vest or whatever, my wife complains and I don't blame
> her. The patches are manufactured to be "iron-on". However, the
> glue used doesn't hold up for long. Therefore, they must be sewn
> on. Well, while the glue won't stay glued for long, it sure does
> make it hard to get a needle through. Life would be much easier
> if they would leave the glue off.
I use a sewing machine with great luck and speed. If you
have one, you will find it easier on your fingers!
Using a sewing machine got me through the Army. Never figured out how
to spitshine shoes. The barter system works.
I used to be a Buffalo
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City