|Item:||Custom Embroidery Patches||Size:||Different Size As Per Customers' Request|
|Feature:||Durable And Machine Washable||Shape:||As Customers' Design|
|Craft:||Plain||Border:||Heat Cut Border|
|Color:||As Customers' Requirement||Usage:||Garment\Jeans\Bags\Overcoat\Uniforms\Pants\Backpacks\Textiles,bags And Shoes So On|
Hook And Loop Custom Embroider Patch,
OEM Hook And Loop Patch,
Plain Craft Custom Made Patches
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Designing Custom Embroidery Patches
When it comes time to create custom embroidery patches for your team, organization or company, PAL makes it easy.
Just send us a picture of your logo, existing patch or any idea that you want to see on a custom embroidered patch! You can e-mail us a sketch or drawing of your desired design.
|Brand Name||Embird||Size/Shape/Logo||As Per Customers'Request|
|Embroidered area||50%,75%,100%||OEM||Yes, and welcome, because we are factory|
|Border||Heat Cut Border||Color||Various In Color As Your Special Requirements|
|Payment terms||T/T,Credit Card and Paypal||Backing||Iron On Backing/No Backing/Hook & Loop|
|Delivery Detail||Shipped in 7 days after payment.||Delivery terms||UPS/DHL/FedEx/TNT/EMS/AIRMALL or BY AIR/ SEA is also available.|
|Sample Cost||Free of Sample Cost. Normally is USD 30-100 Per Style If Special Design We Need Sample Charge, Can Refund When you Have Official Bulk Order.||MOQ||Low MOQ To Avoid Unnecessary Waste of Your Products and Money, Not Less Than 100 PCS|
What’s the difference between embroidered, woven, and dye sublimated patches?
A: Embroidered patches are created by stitching various colors of thread onto a substrate fabric (also known as twill). We can achieve the greatest degree of dimension with embroidered patches. Woven patches are created using a loom and various colors of flexible yarns that are woven together to form the patches. Dye sublimated patches are created by dying the patch fabric. We use dyes that bond with the molecules of the fabric to produce a very detailed image.
What does “embroidery coverage” mean?
A: Embroidery coverage refers to the amount of patch that has been stitched. For example: 75% embroidery coverage means that 75% of the patch has stitching and the other 25% of the patch is blank.