Step by step instructions to SEW A PATCH ONTO YOUR BAG

As a planner I would consistently custom sew on patch watch as much as others would ‘individuals watch’ I was immensely motivated by the sacks of explorers. These youthful travelers would gather patches from various nations and spots the world over and append them to their rucksacks. The patches were a trinket of their movements, countless recollections pressed into a little sewed piece that would age over the long haul. The rucksack itself was just so huge, so even the patches would should be chosen cautiously. I additionally envision the patches being sewed on by hand around a pit fire or in a social zone of a young lodging, an essential ability that, regardless of whether you didn’t have you’d have the option to sort out. 

At Good ordering we love customizing sacks, indeed perhaps the soonest motivation for Good ordering is school packs and how kids during the 80s would append identifications, stickers and patches to their packs. 

Throughout the long term, we have collaborated with different fix planners to urge our clients to customize their sacks. You can even come into our shop in hackney, plunk down and sew on your fix yourself. Read our guidelines underneath. 

We likewise have a couple of sacks with pre-joined patches. For this bag above, I sourced the vintage patches and sewed them on myself. The demonstration of sewing them was unwinding and I was glad for myself before its finish. 

Here is Mia, the occupant Good ordering couturier sewing on certain patches that we teamed up on with 

Step by step instructions to SEW A PATCH ONTO A BACKPACK 

1. Ensure that the pack is spotless 

2. Get your fix and position it where you need to put it. Utilize a couple of pins or two or three self locking pins to append it where you need to put it. Guarantee that the position you select permits you to get to within or opposite side, it will make it simpler to hold on the off chance that you can get to within. 

3. Get some string a comparative tone to the edge shade of your fix, cut off around 20-30cm, string your solid yet slender needle and keep it single, don’t twofold it over, and tie at tie toward the end 

4. Cut off overabundance string after the bunch yet leave about 1cm after the bunch 

5. Start by getting the string through from behind the fix to shroud the principal tie. 

6. Utilize a ‘whip fasten’ to circumvent the fix. This includes getting a touch of the base texture and afterward snatching a touch of the fix and afterward rehashing that. 

7. With regards to the end circle the needle twice around the fasten and afterward pull, at that point from under the fix come through to the front of the fix with your needle some place further from the edge of the fix, at that point slice the string truly near the fix. This will leave a portion of the string under the fix. 


You may need to utilize a thimble (or the rear of some scissors) to push the needle through the fix, particularly if the fix is thick. 

Try not to surge it on the off chance that you haven’t done it previously.