All the country flag patches offered in Globenir are sized 6.3 x 3.6 cm. They can be either ironed on or embroidered, according to your liking.
Steps for attachment:
Turn on your ironing machine to its highest heat setting to make sure the patch adheres properly to your fabric.
Place your patch on the marked spot on your fabric, place a thin cloth on top of your patch, and iron for 30 seconds.
Let it cool down for 30 seconds.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 if the patch did not stick.
About the Flag
"According to Sékou Touré, first President of Guinea, the three colors of the flag represent the following: red symbolizes the blood of anti-colonialist martyrs, the labor of the working classes, and the wish for progress; yellow represents Guinean gold, as well as the sun, which is "the source of energy, generosity and equality for all men to which he gives light equally"; and green represents the country's vegetation, continued prosperity arising from its natural resources, and the historically difficult life of the Guinean masses who live in the countryside. In turn, the symbolism behind each of the three colors corresponds to the three components of the national motto: Travail, Justice, Solidarité ("Work, Justice, Solidarity").
In keeping with other flags in the region, the Pan-African movement's colors of red, yellow, and green are used.
The design is a tricolor. The colors of the flag from left to right are the reverse of the flag of Mali. The previous flag of Rwanda (in use from 1961 to 2001), the design of which was inspired by the flag of the Kingdom of Rwanda, had a large black R to distinguish it from the near-identical flag of Guinea." (source:wikipedia)