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Letters for a no-sew fleece blanket?

I am making my grandfather a no sew fleece blanket with the 82nd airborne insignia on itI also wanted to put on (82nd AIRBORNE DIVISION, IN AIR ON LAND)I do not know how to sew well and I have no idea if iron on letters would work for fleecePLEASE HELP!


Boil a pot of water and increase the relative humidity of your room to nearly 100 percentHave you noticed how you can feel a static discharge as you get out of your car on a dry winter day? But never on a foggy summer day! Moisture leads static electricity.
Hook an alligator clip to a piece of wirehook the other end of the wire to a wrist strip or bracelet through a 1Meg resistorthis is an anti static(AS) wrist strapHook the alligator clip to the frame of your device and the other end to your arm, leg, anywhere on your bodywhen you handle electronic parts touch the ground of a board or device firstMost parts come in an AS plastic bag.
The components come in anti-static (conductive) bagsTouch the computer case and touch the bag at the same time before opening the bagIf the room is really dry, place the components on or back in the bags unless they are installed in the caseDon't walk across the carpet and immediately pick up a component.
Most if not all computer chips have some degree of ESD(Electro-Static-Discharge) protection nowadaysSo your body doesn't have to be all the way to 0VYou just have to discharge the majority of it before handling sensitive circuitryWhenever I'm swapping boards in my computer I just make sure I grab something grounded to earth ground before doing itAnd then if I do any degree of shuffling myself around on the carpet, like changing positions to get comfortable, I grab it againWater pipes are good groundsMetal vents for heating or anything electrical that has an earth-grounded case like a desktop computerIf you're not close to something like this, then attach a long wire that you can grab that leads close to where you are workingIf you're not sure if an appliance has an earth ground to the case, you can check it with an Ohm meterJust unplug the device, put one side of the meter on the third prong of the plug and the other on the case and see if there's a shortIf there is, it's Earth groundedIf there isn't, it's isolated and can't be used for this.
I would say no.on the iron on for the acrylic fleeceIt cannot get deep enough into the fibres to stay on the fabricI know there is fleece fabric with Military printYou may be able to find something that will work, or you will have to cut the letters out and sew them on, either by machine or by hand.

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