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Hi guys! How’s your week so far? Any plans for the weekend? Can you believe spring is almost here? It’s almost time to change the wardrobe up a bit right? For those of you who loves embroidered pattern, you are in luck! Because today I would like to share something amazing with you that I learnt from one of the workshop hosted by The Werkshop @thewerkshop.ca. That is DIY your own Embroidered Patch Denim Shirt (or jacket, jeans, up to you!)


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@thewerkshop.ca hosts a lot of different workshops. It usually ranges around $65. I think the price is reasonable for a great time. The workshop is around 2 hours long with professional instructors too! Do check out their Instagram and website for more upcoming workshops!

Let’s take a look at my experience!


 

Embroidered Patch Denim Shirt

First you need to make a lot of embroidered patches that fits your style, pick more because you never know which one goes well together!

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After you have the patches in their idea place, take a photo of it, because once you move it, it’s easy to forget where everything is!

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Then place all the patches on a transfer paper and trim around the patch. Having extra on the side is ok we can trim those after.

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Using an iron and press on the transfer paper to let the glue go on the patch (for only 2 to 3 seconds!) Then trim away those excess paper.

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Once you are ready, peel the wax paper of the glue and iron away!

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Tada! Simple right? It is so easy to DIY you own embroidered patch denim shirt! I own this shirt for about 3 years? and I have left it in my closet for the longest time… now that it has been refashion by me I can wear it again with a whole new different style! So trendy and chic right?

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Hope you enjoyed reading my quick tutorial here! Be sure to check out my Instagram for more upcoming fun! I will do my best post any request that you want! Email me [email protected] and I will see what I can do!

3 COMMENTS

  1. Happy First Day of Spring! This shirt turned out really cute. I find that clothing with patches generally sell more expensive. I think I may need to just buy my patches and put them on some clothes I already own. I love the floral trend that’s going now. I love being creative and this looks like a really simple task! 😀 Thanks for sharing

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