This embroidered patch style trims the felt very close to the embroidery pattern because the felt does not wear like other fabrics. It is also more convenient to thread the needle on the felt. To embroider on the felt, mark the pattern with a tracing paper. Be sure to arrange the embroidery position so that there is enough space around the embroidery pattern to trim the patch. No matter how you like to embroider. Satin stitching on a small patch looks great, but you can also embroider only the outline. After the embroidery is completed, remove the mark. If you use the tracing method, carefully remove the paper. If you are using wool or wool-blend felt (which can be kept at its best), it is important to use cold water or room temperature water when soaking the embroidery. Warm water will shrink your patch.
Next, cut out the real patch. You can loosely follow the shape of the stitch shown or cut out a regular shape, such as a circle or a hexagon. The sample has nearly a quarter of the felt display, so there is plenty of room to sew the patch onto something. But you can cut it closer. Just make sure that you don't see the stitches to prevent the embroidery pattern from falling out.
For those who just want to temporarily decorate the embroidery patch, why not make a pin that looks like a badge? This method is also very suitable for gift giving! It looks simple and generous and is very convenient to use. Simply transfer the embroidery pattern to the fabric and stitch it. In this example, the cloth provides some fill color for the embroidery. This embroidery pattern allows you to cut any shape you want, then cut a piece of felt that matches the shape of the embroidery piece. On the back of the mat, a strip of stitching is sewn.