For quick embellishments: appliqués

Do you have a boring old sweatshirt that you’d like to pep up? Or perhaps your favourite shirt has a hole in it and you’re now wondering how you’re ever going to wear it again in spite of it? You can use appliqués to highlight specific elements in a trice and embellish an old item of clothing. From numerals and letters of the alphabet, through to little stars and various emblems and coats of arms, you’ll find a wide selection of appliqués at!

Currently SO on trend: appliqués

Have you seen this in the fashion magazines that are out at the moment? Appliqués aren’t just used to conceal rips on jeans any more; they’re also used as a fashion statement! For instance, you can upgrade an old fabric bag with unusual appliqués and make yourself a real one-off piece! Or you can pep up an old parka, and in no time at all you’ve got a new on-trend piece for the autumn!
Fashionable appliqués

Whimsical eyes as appliqués – at where else?

Our whimsical eye appliqués are truly eye-catching. They are also just right for making “worry eaters”, cuddly toys and other toys. The appliqués are easy to iron on and are sure to put a smile on your face! It’s incredibly easy to do, thus making it perfect for sewing newbies!
Eye appliqués

Simple yet effective – sequinned appliqués

Simply iron and it's ready to go! This is the advantage of iron-on appliqués, and this season there are some particularly amazing motifs around. The large sequinned appliqués in smiley, heart or star shapes are easy to iron on, and they turn a boring sweatshirt or t-shirt into a terrific, fashionable piece in a jiffy! Give it a try!
Iron-on, sequinned appliqués

Appliqués – an instant eye-catcher

Whether you're after Hello Kitty, skulls or owls, you're sure to find something that you like – and that also gets the thumbs-up from your little co-habitants – in our range. Use the appliqués to highlight a new bag or a new dress. This season, the fashion-conscious are also embellishing simple sweatshirts with colourful appliqués. If you like, you can, of course, keep using them to conceal holes!