HEMA Alliance Patches

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Re: HEMA Alliance Patches

Postby John Harmston » Wed Dec 15, 2010 10:10 am

Yes, thanks for the great artwork.
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Re: HEMA Alliance Patches

Postby Jayson May » Fri Dec 17, 2010 7:15 pm

Got my patches in today.

They look awesome.
Now it is time to start sewing them on to everything I own.
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Re: HEMA Alliance Patches

Postby C. VanSlambrouck » Tue Dec 28, 2010 1:48 pm

Got my patches, thanks! they look great. well done.
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Re: HEMA Alliance Patches

Postby John Harmston » Fri Jan 07, 2011 8:00 am

If you are planning to attend any of the excellent HEMA events planned this year, might I make a suggestion to order your official Alliance patch beforehand and wear it with pride at the events?

T-shirts are also forthcoming...
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Re: HEMA Alliance Patches

Postby Jordan Hinckley » Fri Jan 07, 2011 10:09 am

At this point I have one on my sword fighting hoodie, with several planned on other things that I wear to class or wear around town. My theory is never be afraid to answer questions about such an intense, focused, and unique course of study and practice.
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Re: HEMA Alliance Patches

Postby Diogo Teixeira » Sat Jan 29, 2011 4:13 pm

Awesome!

Soon as I create a group, i'll afiliate just to have those =P

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Postby Odysseus G Osborne » Thu Feb 17, 2011 6:28 am

I have other patches that are 'iron on' but have not used them because my fencing jacket is made from 100% Polyester. A hot iron would screw it all up I expect. Has anyone ironed these onto a polyester fencing jacket before successfully? The reason I'm asking is that the patches I have here (they are not HEMA patches mind you) are too thick to sew with a needle.

When I get my HEMA patches, will they be easy to pierce with a needle or are they as tough as the few I have here?

Your advice is very precious, as I'd not want to destroy my nice Leon Paul fencing jacket for a $3 patch!

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Re: HEMA Alliance Patches

Postby A Froster » Thu Feb 17, 2011 6:46 am

Odysseus G Osborne wrote:I have other patches that are 'iron on' but have not used them because my fencing jacket is made from 100% Polyester. A hot iron would screw it all up I expect. Has anyone ironed these onto a polyester fencing jacket before successfully? The reason I'm asking is that the patches I have here (they are not HEMA patches mind you) are too thick to sew with a needle.

When I get my HEMA patches, will they be easy to pierce with a needle or are they as tough as the few I have here?

Your advice is very precious, as I'd not want to destroy my nice Leon Paul fencing jacket for a $3 patch!

OGO


They are not too thick at all and will be easy to sew on as opposed to ironing on. You should have no problem with that.
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Re: HEMA Alliance Patches

Postby Jordan Hinckley » Thu Feb 17, 2011 7:05 am

Odysseus G Osborne wrote:I have other patches that are 'iron on' but have not used them because my fencing jacket is made from 100% Polyester. A hot iron would screw it all up I expect. Has anyone ironed these onto a polyester fencing jacket before successfully? The reason I'm asking is that the patches I have here (they are not HEMA patches mind you) are too thick to sew with a needle.

When I get my HEMA patches, will they be easy to pierce with a needle or are they as tough as the few I have here?

Your advice is very precious, as I'd not want to destroy my nice Leon Paul fencing jacket for a $3 patch!

OGO

When I first put mine on I ironed it on, mind you that was on a cotton blend hoodie. After that I stictched it on ant that was definitely doable.
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Re: HEMA Alliance Patches

Postby ShaunnM.W. » Sun Oct 30, 2011 8:45 pm

We finally got our order, and even having looked at the photos, I was impressed. These were well done!
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