What is the process of embroidered patches?
Embroidered Patches were earlier a handmade item sewn on to clothing but now they have been replaced by industrialized machines and can be used to customize all types of garments and accessories. Ever wonder how they make an embroidered patch? Star Lapel Pin Company offers a somewhat simplified version of the process hoping to give you a much better understanding of what goes into making a patch.
Custom Embroidered patches are mostly applied in garment industries with a design, those can be attached with (a Velcro, Paper, Plastic or Adhesive Tape and Non-Woven Fabric), sewn it on or iron on. It is a great way to reap revenue since these patches are easily attracting customers' attentions and make your brand recognizable.These personalised patches are an awesome promotional item for advertising and a practical use for men's, women's and children's accessories.
Embroidered patches and appliques can be ironed on t-shirts, pants, jeans, hats, blouses, skirts, etc. Perfect way to make old garments new!
● Twill Fabric: Twill can be made in a various range of colors. It is commonly used for sewing on backpacks, uniforms, hats, caps etc.
● Velvet Fabric: Velvet is a type of lightweight fabric and it is commonly used on luxurious items such as evening dress or royal apparel.
● Felt Fabric: Felt embroidery patches are those have the part of the base material made of wool or cotton then cut to shape.
● TC Fabric: TC fabric is a very popular type of polyester cotton fabric that is used for different types of workwear, uniform and corporate clothing.
● Denim fabric: The most common denim is indigo denim, embroidery patterns with heavy threads illustrate great-looking on denim especially bright colors will make it look newer.
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