Girls Iron On Alphabet Patches | dotcomgiftshop
    Alphabet iron on patches in display box Girl's Embroidered Iron-On Alphabet Patches.

    Girl's Alphabet Iron On Patches

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    • Product Code: 84568
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    • Dimensions: Height: 3 cm
    Customer Reviews (20)
    I purchased a set of these delightful letters to personalise a beautiful soft throw I had purchased for my grandaughter. The quality is excellent, the colours and embroidery are perfect and they were delivered in good time. A good job all around. Many Thanks gift shop. I'll be back soon.
    I have recently joined Guides to become a Guide leader and have been given the task to sew details onto mine and my daughters camping blanket, so with best foot forward, i had ordered letters and yet to start sewing so many letters and i still have to order a couple more.
    I ordered these lovelly patch letters to spell out my grand daughters names on a cushion for their newly decorated bedroom. The colours are really nice and "girly" and the cost of the finished cushion will be half the price of one custom made for me. they arrived very quickly and Im delighted with them. Ill certainly be ordering more products from this lovelly website
    I bought these to attach to a pillow case for my granddaughter - a sack for Santa's toys! I was delighted with the lovely colours, were easy to attach and look really beautiful. Good that she's not named Monique - would have needed the Q!

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