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Latrodectus AKA black widows are one of the most  venomous spiders. Let everyone know not to mess with you by sticking this iron-on patch on your favorite jacket or backpack. <br><ul><li style="list-style-position: inside !important; list-style-type: disc !important">3" x 2"</li><li style="list-style-position: inside !important; list-style-type: disc !important">Imported</li></ul>

Latrodectus AKA black widows are one of the most venomous spiders. Let everyone know not to mess with you by sticking this iron-on patch on your favorite jacket or backpack.

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Black Bomb Patches - Iron on Patches or Sewing on Patch Black Patches Embroidered Patch Round Bombs Embellishment

☆ Japanese Koi - The Pair ☆  These tattoo style patches will look great on fashion accessories, you can also create jewelry or hair accessories with it!  This listing is for TWO (2) patches that you can either apply by ironing or sewing.  Size: 4 (10cm) x 3 (8cm)  ****** How to iron-on? Super Easy! ****** 1. Please verify the care instructions on the label of your item to make sure it can be ironed. 2. Set iron temperature to “cotton”. 3. Place patch on garment. (Careful! There is no turning…

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Product Details: New Sew / Iron On Patch Iron on Backing IRON-ON INSTRUCTIONS Spray water on the back of embroidery. Place embroidery on garment. Set iron temperature for cotton. Cover embroidery with a piece of damp cloth. Iron for seconds.