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yeah they usually don't but sometimes they have some good items
 

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I love angry young and poor...at least for patches and shirts. I frequent that store when I'm near PA...my close buddy has worked there for like...ever. Preno is the man!
 

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http://www.avery.com/avery/en_us/Products/Crafts-&-Scrapbooking/Fabric-Transfers
these work pretty good for makin patches...theyre a bit expensive ...but....ya know...if you aint got the money i'm sure you can figure somethin out esp. considering how slack most craft stores are......but yeah you can get a bunch of patch size designs on one sheet.....print em out and iron em on to whatever....
 

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how do these kits work exactly?
just put the "paper" in a printer and print out the shit....then trim it up however you want and lay a peice of tissuepaper(provided) in between the iron and what your ironing on.....there's kind of a lil technique to making it work good but if you just follow the directions on the package you'll be good..... my buddy had a shirt that was years old with a transfer picture on it.......shit works.........doesnt look nearly as "good" as a real screen printed image....but it's cool cuz you can basically make ANYTHING you want into a patch or on a shirt
 

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http://www.avery.com/avery/en_us/Products/Crafts-&-Scrapbooking/Fabric-Transfers
these work pretty good for makin patches...theyre a bit expensive ...but....ya know...if you aint got the money i'm sure you can figure somethin out esp. considering how slack most craft stores are......but yeah you can get a bunch of patch size designs on one sheet.....print em out and iron em on to whatever....
this. i've been doing it for years for both patches and shirts... works just fine... easy as shit to swipe a package of transfers from a craft store, or so I hear...
just make sure to go with the avery brand and MAKE SURE THEY ARE DARK TSHIRT TRANSFERS!!! the white ones fucking suck. the dark "t-shirt transfers" can also go on white shirts just fine, but not vice versa. just try to follow the directions listed on the pack... it's easy to fuck up... very frustrating... took me a few whirls at it before I got the hang of everything... well worth it though
 

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