Heat transfer embroidered patches is a great way to customize your garments. It features glue which, when heated up to certain temperatures can bond your patches securely onto any type of fabric- whether it be cotton or polyester. We don’t recommend washing them at high temperatures though because that could loosen the glue, but they’re still washable in cold water. With this cheaper backing types you save the money for sewing professional. Ultimate Emblem helps you choose right type of embroidery you need between the simple and intricate designs. Our personalized emblems are easily heat transferred to garments and hats. Choose a photo, add extra notes and place an order now.
Frequently asked questions
What we mean by heat transfer embroidery?
It means we provide embroidery patches with heat seal support on back that you can stick onto garment using a regular iron yourself.
What’s the procedure to iron on patches on denim, jean or sweatshirt?
Follow this quick process to iron on patches for jeans, denim and sweatshirt?
- Heat the iron at max.
- Select the area where you want to add a patch.
- Place the jean on the iron board and put the patch on them.
- Cover the embroidery side with a pressing cloth.
- Iron on it by pressing down
- Allow it to cool and all done.
Who sells iron-on patches?
The embroidery digitizing providers typically sells iron-on patches most of the time. Since it’s a profitable business, some individuals also re-sell them through social media and internet.
What are iron-on patches made of?
There are some key ingredients like felt, wool, twill, and denim. They all suite well for custom made patches because they are smooth in texture and do not stretch and tear during embroidery.
How to find store for iron-on patches in Singapore, Capetown, and South Africa?
Personalized logo and emblems are a must need. If you’re looking to have them somewhere like South African Capetown or Singapore, you can buy from a reliable digitizing embroidery service online. They best way is to Google “Iron-On Patches”, or “Ultimate Emblem” to grab best deal.
What part should I put iron on patches?
Remove your confusion where to iron on patches. You first need to iron on the upper embroidery side of the patch, then flip the cloth on which you are adding, then iron from the backside of the patches to stick it correctly.
Where to make iron-on patches?
The embroidery service provider makes the iron-on patches. You can also make it on your own if you know embroidery.