The most common method of sealing the edges of the patch that insures no threads will frey or separate from the patch. This method is used when no complex shapes exist in the patch design
Adds only $ 0.10 per patch! This border is used on patches with complex outer cut lines and edges that cannot be sewn or merrowed. Hot Cutting involves heating the threads so that they bond at the molecular level, insuring a seal that will not allow threads to separate or frey.
Adds only $ 0.10 per patch! Iron On Backing takes the work out of attaching custom patches to clothing. Just a few seconds with an iron over the face of the patch and it is permanently sealed to whatever you wish to attach it to!
Adds 15% to the unit price of the patch. This backing is a temporary hold, like a sticker.
Adds 25% for 10-49 pieces, and $.99 ea for 50+ pieces: Developed by NASA, Velcro is the ultimate adhering mechanism when reusable attachment is required We at PatchWarehouse.com provide both sides of the Velcro strip, custom cut to the shape of your design for a full seal!
Adds 15% for 10-49 pieces, and $.65 ea for 50+ pieces: Perfect if you are only needing the one side of the velcro and already have the other side on your article.
You can calculate the size of your custom embroidered patch by adding the Length + Width and then dividing it by 2.
For example: The Length of your patch: 2" + the Width of your patch: 3" = 5" Divided by 2 = 2.5", 2.5" will be the size of your patch
Embroidery coverage defines the amount of embroidery across the entire surface of a patch. We base our embroidery percentages upon 3 basic amounts: 50%, 75%, and 100%. Gray and Black areas represent stitching or thread, white areas represent mesh or background fabric.