Monsterologist Patch

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Show off your love of cryptozoology, unidentified aerial phenomena, or the paranormal with a kickin' patch on your backpack, jacket, jeans, or jorts.

Highly durable embroidered patch, made with nylon, cotton backing, and adhesive.

Iron-on patch, but can be sewn to an item. We recommend a couple of stiches if it is going on an item that will be washed frequently.

Size of each design:

  • Roswell - Crashed UFO - 3.5" W x 2.3" H
  • Roswell - Alien Abduction - 2.875"W x  4.25" H
  • Chupacabra Corps - 4.0" W x 3.0" H
  • Bigfoot Patrol - 3.0" H x 2.75" W
  • Cryptid Command - 3.6" W x 3.3" H
  • Fresno California (Nightwalkers image) - 2.6" W x 3.1" H
  • Meddling Kids Mystery Club - 2.75" diameter
  • Ghost Guard Paranormal Investigations - 3.0" W x 4.0" H
  • Area 51, Nevada - 3.0"W x 3.0" H
  • Skinwalker Ranch, Utah - 3.2" W x 3.3" H 

More designs are available in the shop. Call or email to inquire about other designs.


Iron-On Patch Instructions straight from the Monsterologist:

Here's how to get your new Monsterologist patches applied to your garment or accessory:

  1. Make sure your garment is clean & freshly laundered (including new items).
  2. Set your iron to "COTTON" at 400 degrees, and let it warm up for five minutes.
  3. Thoroughly iron the area of the garment where the patch will be placed.
  4. Place patch on garment, embroidery facing up.
  5. Place a cloth or light towel over the patch, and using a slow circular motion, press the iron firmly for 30 seconds over the patch.
  6. Next, turn the garment inside out, and iron the back of the patch for 30 seconds using the same slow circular motion. 
  7. Let everything cool down for one minute. If edge of patch can be lifted, repeat step 6.

A few notes:

  • Do NOT use on fabrics that are not iron-able (fabrics that have a low melting point) such as nylons, vinyls, or leathers.
  • Do NOT bleach.

And lastly, while iron-on patches are great, you'll want to consider sewing them on for a more permanent application. Your local dry cleaner (if they do alterations) can probably do this for you for a few bucks. 

Now you're all set to Monsterologize your gear and clothing!