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09-30-2010, 09:49 PM
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Jersey stitching question

so i have a jersey with a stanley cup patch on it that I want to remove because it is in the wrong position. if i take it off, will you still be able to see the original stitching? it was put on by reebok so I dont know how well it was put on.

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09-30-2010, 11:01 PM
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not sure how reebok attaches their patches.

if it is only stitched on - just use a seam ripper and take it off. if needle use was large enough that you can see where the holes are from being sewed on or there is an imprint around the edge of where the patch was, try using a iron with steam setting on back of it over area.

if it has a glue backing and has been heat pressed on, odds are you are going to get at least some glue residue.

can try taking out a few stitches and see what it looks like; can always sew it back down again.

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