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Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death Patch - 3.5x3.25 inch

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  • 3.5x3.25 inch
  • Embroidered Patch for Jackets and Vests
  • Customize your Clothing with Patches
  • Sew on the Patch to Leather Jackets or Vests. Iron on the Patch to Denim Materials.
  • Features Plastic Iron on Backing. Heat Press at 270 Degrees Fahrenheit for 12-30 Seconds
  • Clean Cut Embroidered Borders for Easy Sewing

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Product Information

Color Black / Yellow / Green
Dimension 3.5x3.25 inch
Product Type Embroidered Patch for Jackets and Vests
Material 100% Rayon Thread Synthetic Embroidery. Plastic Backing with Japanese Iron on Glue. Twill Fabric.
Rating Everyone
Comments Customize your Clothing with Patches
Iron on Instructions To properly iron on the patch temperature is important and must be between 260-280 Degrees Fahrenheit. 30 Seconds of applied pressure at the correct temperature is needed using a household iron. 12 Seconds is enough if using a heat press.
Tips for Ironing on Patch Plug in iron. Crank it to highest setting. Place iron on top of your garment with a frying pan thermometer sandwiched between iron and garment to start the preheating process. Once temperature reaches 280 Degrees Fahrenheit unplug your iron. Temperature will continue to rise and then start to decline. Once it declines to 280 Degrees Fahrenheit, Slide the iron, place your patch and put the iron on top of your patch and press as hard as you can for 30 seconds without moving the iron around. Do not mess with the patch until it has completely cooled down. Do not iron on patches to Leather or Nylon!
Application Sew on the Patch to Leather Jackets or Vests. Iron on the Patch to Denim Materials.
Backing Features Plastic Iron on Backing. Heat Press at 270 Degrees Fahrenheit for 12-30 Seconds
Borders Clean Cut Embroidered Borders for Easy Sewing
Fabric Twill
Patch Style Artwork with Text
SKU P2858

Product Description - Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death Patch

Give Me Liberty or Give me Death! The famous words of Patrick Henry at the Virginia Convention which lead to the Revolutionary War.

The patch is embroidered with the Don't Tread on Me Gadsden Snake. A patriotic patch for all Free Americans who will take death over enslavement.

Before the Revolutionary War, America's forefathers gathered at the now famous Virginia Convention to discuss their options.  It was during this convention that the famous remark, 'Give me Liberty or Give me Death', was uttered by Patrick Henry.  Since then, it has become an infamous saying for all Americans when they feel their freedom being threatened.  This Give Me Liberty Or Death Patch is one that represents that feeling for all of Americans, and it's what every veteran felt when they signed up to be a member of the service.

This US Veteran Patch measures 3.5 by 3.25 inches, and it features an embroidered image of the infamous Don't Tread on Me Gadsden snake.  The snake is yellow with alternating brown and black triangles.  Its body is tightened into three different coils, with its rattlesnake tail protruding from one end and the open snake mouth from the top of the coils.  The background of the twill patch is black, and it has yellow embroidered edges with bright yellow wording above the snake that says 'GIVE ME LIBERTY',  The other half of the saying, 'OR GIVE ME DEATH', is underneath the snake.

This patch is the perfect present for veterans or for those patriotic individuals who want to show everyone how much their freedom and their country mean to them.  It can easily be displayed on anything ranging from hats and jeans to jackets and vests.  It is coated with an adhesive that can be activated by the heat in an iron.  Remember, if you are putting this patch on something leather then you don't want to use this adhesive.  Instead, stitch the patch on around the edges.  Not only is this better for the leather, which may be damaged by the heat, but it also means the patch is not permanently attached.

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