Fruit Iron-On Patches
All embroideries are designed, embroidered and finished in Toronto, Canada. Due to theåÊnature of machine embroidery, expect slight variations from one piece to the next.åÊIts recommended the patches are attached to items of clothing that do not require regularåÊlaundering, patches are dry clean only.
Machine Embroidery. Polyester Thread, Polyester Chiffon, Iron-On Adesive
Approx. 7-8 x 10-12 x 0.2 cm
Directions for applying your Patch:
1. Peel off paper back and position on item.
2. Lay a thin cloth over the embroidered patch and iron high heat for 25 seconds.
3. Let the piece cool
5. Secure edges with a running stitch
Amanda McCavour is a Toronto-based artist who works with stitch to create large-scale embroidered installations. She is interested in thread‰۪s assumed vulnerability, its ability to unravel, and its strength when it is sewn together.
McCavour uses a sewing machine to create thread drawings and installations. By sewing into fabric that dissolves in water, she can build up stitched lines on a temporary surface. The crossing threads create strength so that when the fabric is dissolved, the thread drawing can hold together without a base. With only the thread remaining, these images appear as though they would be easily unraveled and seemingly onåÊthe verge of falling apart, despite the works raveled strength.