Dilligaf patch is embroidered in white and measures 4×1.5 inches. Dilligaf is an acronym for Does it look like I give a fuck. Very famous saying amongst Bikers. When you just don’t give a fuck, at least say it with a bit of humor. Imagine what you will answer to people when they see your Dilligaf patch and ask you what it means. Good luck trying to give them the answer. They might think you are mean at first.
This sew-on patch has die cut borders. It can be sewn on to clothing including leather.
- The Patch is embroidered. Embroidered Patches are also known as iron on appliques, sew on badges or insignias.
- This is also an iron on patch with plastic iron on backing that has been treated with heat activated adhesive. You can heat press this patch.
- Refrain from ironing on a patch to leather jackets or vests. You should only sew patches when applying to leather such as vests, jackets, chaps, purses or wallets.
- Add a personalized look to plain old clothes you wear with iron on patches.
- You can sew it on to your leather vest or jacket, press it on to hats, shirts, jeans or belt. Make a Statement with patches.
Sewing on Patches
- We recommend sewing on patches rather than using a household iron. Please keep in mind both heat and pressure is needed to properly adhere an iron on patch.
- A commercial heat press will permanently iron on a patch while using a household iron will not produce professional results.
- Use a thick enough needle and nylon thread to sew on a patch
- If you are using a sewing machine, make sure the arm has enough of an opening to pass your garment through as you will be rotating your garment all the way around on the sewing table.
- In order to avoid the patch from moving about while sewing it on you can use double sided tape or 3M spray on glue.
- Gently spray some glue on the back of the patch, place it over how you want it. Apply a little pressure and let stand for a minute to adhere before attempting to sew it on.
- Sew around the circumference of the entire patch (quarter inch wide stitches). Be sure to sew past and beyond the point you started before cutting off the remainder thread.