Super-cute embroidered Bee and Flower patches for hiding holes or decorating clothes, bags or anything textile, From Macon & Lesquoy, French Hand Embroidered badges and patches.
Super-cute embroidered Bee and Flower patches for hiding holes or decorating clothes, bags or anything textile- collection, lifestyle image from Macon & Lesquoy, French Hand Embroidered badges and patches.

Iron-on Patch Set | Bee and Flower

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  • Not Available for Delivery Outside of the UK
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Super-cute embroidered Bee and Flower patches for hiding holes or decorating clothes, bags or anything textile.

Designed to add life to worn clothes or embellish an everyday item, Macon & Lesquoy repair patches are designed in France and machine embroidered in Portugal and are supplied with card instructions for ironing onto your garment.

  • Bee size: approximately 31x26mm
  • Flower size: approximately 24x19mm
  • Designed in France
  • Machine embroidered in Portugal
  • Iron on
  • Set of 2

To make their patches, Macon & Lesquoy work with machine embroiderers in Portugal, the European textile capital in a small, friendly factory, which is very open to experimentation. This company has all the textile standards that Europe imposes and is regularly audited.

We ship to all UK Mainland addresses. Shipping choices and charges are calculated by weight and size and we offer the following shipping options:

Small items / large letter size

Royal Mail 48: (delivery aim 2/3 working days but not guaranteed; fully tracked): £4.50

Royal Mail 24: (delivery aim next working day but not guaranteed; fully tracked): £6.00

Medium Parcels

Royal Mail 24: (delivery aim next working day but not guaranteed; fully tracked): £8.00

Royal Mail 48: (delivery aim 2/3 working days but not guaranteed; fully tracked): £6.00

Large Parcels

Royal Mail 24: (delivery aim next working day but not guaranteed; fully tracked): £12.00

Royal Mail 48: (delivery aim 2/3 working days but not guaranteed; fully tracked): £10.00

General

Any order over £75 is free delivery and will be shipped using a Tracked 48 service.

Delivery methods are auto-calculated at checkout and are dependent on size and weight.

Orders received by 1 pm will usually be dispatched same day. Note: We do not dispatch orders on Saturdays or Sundays.

We currently ship to the following countries / territories:

USA / Canada

Australia / New Zealand / Japan / Singapore / South Korea / UAE.

Mainland Europe (EU) / Norway / Switzerland / Iceland

Duty and Taxes

All overseas orders are currently shipped DAP (delivered at place.)

This means that the customer is responsible for any import duty, local tax and any handling surcharge by the shipping company.

Note : We do not charge UK VAT on export orders.

The current UK VAT rate of 20% will be removed from the order value at checkout if the delivery address is outside of the UK.

Please note, that if you refuse to accept the goods from our nominated courier for any reason other than clear and obvious damage to the box or shipping container or product, or do not provide the correct information necessary for delivery of goods and subsequently the products are returned to us, we reserve the right to charge a discretionary restocking fee of up to £10 per item.

Cost of Shipping

The estimated time of delivery for international parcels is 5 to 10 working days throughout most destinations worldwide. Some remote destinations however can take a little longer. 

Shipping charges are calculated by weight and size as follows:

Europe

Small items (up to 0.5 kg) - Royal Mail £15

Larger items (up to 2 kgs) Royal Mail - £20

U.S. | Canada | RoW

Small items (up to 0.5 kg) - Royal Mail £15

Larger items (up to 2 kgs) Royal Mail - £25

Over 2 kgs - UPS - £40 (USA only)

Cut off for processing via courier is 1 pm Mon-Fri for international delivery. Orders received after this will not be collected until the following working day.

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Beautiful Brooches

We stock Macon & Lesquoy's gorgeous hand-crafted, embroidered brooches. From burning guitars to coffee cups to an open book, all are made with great care and attention to detail.

Perfect Patches

We also stock Macon & Lesquoy's fantastic embroidered iron-on patches that are designed and made like jewellery. Use them on fabric that can resist the heat of the iron (cotton is ideal).

About The Creators
Pop-Culture Style

Created in 2009 by Marie Macon and Anne-Laure Lesquoy, the French brand bearing both their names creates embroidered accessories.

Keen on elegance and details, the two designers love outstanding skills and know how to find the best craftspeople..

Over the years, Macon & Lesquoy's collections have been tinted by the trips they have made together, which inspire them as much as they transport them.

From Russia to Japan, from Rwanda to Detroit and Pondichery, the colours and encounters give birth to beautiful ideas. Unusual, funny, sometimes whimsical and always poetic, the look Marie and Anne-Laure take at our world blends the beautiful and the cool for a unique pop-culture style.

Intricate and Delicate

Cannetilla Embroidery

Macon & Lesquoy's brooches are made using a special technique. The Cannetilla technique requires a special metal thread to be very finely wound in a spiral, cut at the desired length, and then embroidered like beads. This Cannetilla, or bullion thread, is made in Pakistan, where the metal industry is still flourishing.In Pakistan, the craftspeople are highly qualified. Macon & Lesquoy decided to start their own workshop with experienced foreman Muhmmad, to benefit from the outstanding skills available. Sixty embroiderers work there exclusively, full time, under social and safety conditions imposed, enforced and regularly monitored by the two designers.

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Vibrant and Detailed
Machine Embroidery

Portugal, the European textile cradle, is renowned for its know-how in tailoring, accessories and beautiful finishes - such as embroidery.

Macon & Lesquoy have chosen to entrust the manufacture of their patches to a small, human-sized factory, which is reactive and very open to experimentation. This company has all the textile standards that Europe imposes and is regularly audited.

Applying Patches

How to attach your patches for an impeccable (and lasting) hold? Easy as pie.
First, chose a fabric that resists the heat of the iron. Cotton is ideal. Avoid silk, all wools including cashmere, synthetic fabrics, and leather. In case of doubt, take a test by pressing your hot iron on a non-visible part of your garment. If your clothing item is too sensitive to heat, you can stitch the patch.

1. Remove the sticker fixing the patch to the card-back.
2. Warm up your iron at its maximum.
3. Place the patch where you wish and cover it with a cotton cloth. You may also heat the fabric before you apply the patch.
4. Press your iron on the covered patch using the steam jet until the glue melts (it can take 5 to 20 seconds). Careful not to burn your garment! Start off by a short heating time, wait a few seconds until the fabric has cooled down a little, and check the adhesion by carefully slipping a nail under the rim of the patch. If necessary, start again with a longer heating time.
5. Flip your garment and iron on the other side like step 4.

If your patches are properly heat-applied, they will remain fastened to your clothes, even if you clean them regularly at a normal wash temperature. Macon & Lesquoy use a professional iron-on interfacing which they have personally tested. Its advantage is its resistance once adhered. It requires a very hot and high-quality iron. If you want to make sure they won’t budge, you can always add two or three discreet little stitches. Perfect!

Macon & Lesquoy | FAQs

Created in 2009 by Marie Macon and Anne-Laure Lesquoy, the French brand bearing both their names offers embroidered accessories. Keen on elegance and details, the two designers love outstanding skills and know how to find the best craftspersons

The origin of our brand’s name is simple as can be: it unites their two names.
So the idea is simple, but the spelling and pronunciation… not so much ! Macon&Lesquoy is pronounced “MACON (like the French city, no cedilla under the C) EH LESS KWA”, and not “Macon eh lay kwa”, or “Masson eh less kwat”, or “Mykon and less koi”…
Yes, we know it’s not easy!

The Cannetilla technique requires a special metal thread to be very finely wound in a spiral, cut at the desired length, and then embroidered like beads. Bead, gold and silver thread embroideries have developed from the 17th century in Asia and Europe.

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