Easy Peasy Patches Review

Easy Peasy Patch


I received these adorable multifunctional patches from a company called Easy Peasy Patches. They are affordable and cute. These patches stick on well and are very durable. There’s no need to Sew or Iron, simply peel the back and stick them on. They are permanent stick-on fabric patches 🙂


The moment we received them my son wanted me to put the “racing flags” patch on his tractor which is an outdoor toy. we’ve had some pretty crazy weather this winter and I am happy to say that this patch is just as stuck on there now as the first day I put it there. I love that you can fix a tear in your clothes with them OR use the patches to personalize anything you can think of 🙂 Want to the know the best thing about this product? Easy Peasy Patches are machine washable and dishwasher safe.


Here is what the company recommends for 


  • Rub with firm pressure around the edge of the Easy Peasy Patch.
  • On wearables, place the item in the dryer for ten minutes on medium heat before wearing.
  • Avoid washing for 24 hours after application.
  • Wash clothing inside out in cold water*.
  • If mending a large hole, choose an Easy Peasy Patch larger than the hole. Loosely sew the hole together. If needed, place a scrap of material behind the hole to prevent the Easy Peasy Patch from sticking to skin.
  • *Some fabric softeners and detergents may interfere with adhesion.  We suggest using Tide, Sunlight or Woolite



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Disclosure: I received product(s) for free in exchange for an honest review, which may differ from yours. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I used personally, and believe will be good for my readers.

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17 responses to “Easy Peasy Patches Review

  1. I’d like to win because I have a number of items I could use these patches on right now. I’m not good at sewing and this would be so easy!

  2. With spring and summer coming I forsee a ton of worn out knees in my little guy’s pants once there are no snow pants for protection. These would be fantastic as I don’t do well with sewing haha

  3. Not only are these awesome to patch things but they could be used as a decorative item on things such as backpacks, sleeping bags…anything to make them unique especially for kids items when they go on field trips , day camps etc.

  4. I could definitely use these. My son is in kindergarten and I don’t know what he’s up to but in the last three weeks he’s gone through the knees in 5 pairs of pants. It’s getting too expensive to replace the pants and my husband said I’m going to have to start patching then.

  5. Angela Mitchell

    My daughter is in grade 2 and has blown the knee out on pretty much every pair of pants she’s worn in the last 2 years so I could definitely use these!

  6. i want to win this because i know my girls would absolutely love these especally when they go to school!

  7. Ty for this amazing opportunity ♡

  8. My little girl loves to play outside and has worn holes in both her heavy snow pants and her splash pants. These cute patches could give a little more life to her clothes.

  9. christine wakely

    Love these!! I have some!

  10. My kids have lots of holes that I would love to cover.

  11. These would certainly be useful for patching clothes and also a decorative touch to backpacks!

  12. kids clothes + patches = WIN!!

  13. sharon arsenault

    Those patches would be awesome to win…..Ty for the chance to win

  14. I love anything that makes my life easier. And these sound quite useful!

  15. Love these! Do you know if they have a facebook page?

  16. these would be perfect for my son, he is so hard on his pants!

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