Have you looked on Designs By Sick they have horses you might find useful. Marian
Hi Loosie, I found quite a few by typing in Horse Head machine embroidery in Google search. I won't post the sites, just in case I'm not allowed to. Anyway, have a look on there as the sites I saw are reputable. Good luck with the making of the patch. Love Chris
I have found that an extremely thick stablizer works the best.
Make sure your iron will get hot enough to activate the backing. The ones I'm familiar with require a 350º iron temperature. My iron doesn't get that hot.
Thanks Pennyhal2. Not sure is my iron gets hot enough :(
You can probably take it to a local dry cleaners and have them steam press it for you...they probably would not charge very much if anything at all...
Hi Loosie.....I posted a link to the backing I use on my patches, it makes them stable and you can iron it on the garment, but I stitch it on even when using this backing........patches are pretty easy once you do one..... 2 types I use are thread filled or fabric filled, the fabric ones work more like an applique....make sure that the outer satin stitch is denser so it closes up the outer edge nicely.......
Thanks Vickie :)