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These insignias are made specially for our store, bear the "Replika" logo and have a smooth geometry and fine details.
It is woven with white threads on a dark green background (sample of 1937). The colors of the cockade: black, white, red.
How to sew a patch? There are 2 ways.
I. A method for museum copies. Trim the excess along the contour of the stripe with a margin of 5 mm. Tuck the remaining 5 mm of stock under the patch from all sides and smooth it with an iron (you can use glue). Fix the patch on the clothes with a few stitches of bright-colored threads so that it sits straight. Sew the patch along the contour with small stitches (a covering seam, around the edge). Remove the bright threads that were attached to the patch.
II. The method for reconstruction (easier). Remove the threads from the inside of the patch with scissors or a razor, so that it becomes thinner. Use tailor's glue or PVA to glue the patch on thin paper or fabric and dry it with an iron (if the glue is liquid, then it should be poured as little as possible so that it does not leak onto the front side). Crop the stripe along the contour without indentation. Fix the patch on the clothes with a few stitches of bright-colored threads or glue so that it sits flat. Sew along the contour with small stitches (a covering seam, around the edge). Remove the bright threads that were attached to the patch.
The insignia in the shape of the letter T was used by the jaeger units (because only they wore caps until 1943). The same patch could be taken out by old-timers of different branches of the armed forces in private and sewn on the cap of the model 1943.