3 Unique Features Of Iron On Patches

[Michigan Based Embroider ]

a close look of a chenille patch shows multi color yarn representing Jamaican culture

Did you know that chenille custom patches are a great way to show off your brand or team? They can be used for a variety of purposes. From advertising to identification chenille patches are popular. They can be used to make clothing, blankets and other accessories.

With a new trend of dried glue on back, they are easy to apply. They come with a pre-cut adhesive, so you can use them on clothes, shoes or bags. You don’t need sewing or gluing skills, and even kids can do it. They can also be used to protect leather jackets and other types of apparel.

Here are some of additional features that make chenille custom patches so popular:

  • They can be customized to include any text or design you want.
  • They’re made with high-quality materials and construction, which ensures they will last for years.
  • They’re perfect for a wide range of applications, from backpacks to uniforms.
  • Their unique texture makes them stand out from other types of patches.
  •  They’re made from durable materials and can withstand wear and tear.
  • They’re machine-washable and will retain their color and shape over time.
  • They come in a variety of sizes, shapes and colors to suit your needs.
  • They’re the perfect way to show off your individual style.

4 color chenille patch on jacket says support black colleges

If you’re looking for an eye-catching and durable way to promote your brand or team, chenille custom patches are the perfect. Ultimate Emblem features 3 unique features that is unmatched to any other local embroiderer in Michigan.

We offer custom jean patches for jacket, sweatshirt, hoody and letterman. Having vast experience of needle, yarn and felt, our staff create fluffy chenille badges in small to maximum up to 14 inches. We focus three ingredients of making big chenille embroidered custom patches that make use well-known creator in market.

  1. Scrim felt
  2. Iron on glue
  3. Sew on edges

Scrim Felt

Felt patches for clothing heavily depend on fabric used as base. Depends on complexity, we use felt + twill or felt alone. Felt is kind of fabric specially used for machine yarn embroidery. It is also suitable if you want you create manual chenille embroidery at home.

Iron on Patch Backing

Heat seal glue on back of custom patches is most common thing today. This is first question patch lovers ask from seller now. This zero additional cost and easy to stick option has become popular feature.

New customers re-iterate same question that how durable iron on patch backing is? You don’t need to be worry how long it last with the patches on the back of a jacket or hoody. Because our production line use finest glue layer following best practice.

Sewing Patches on Jackets

Sewing patches on jackets is mostly preferable due to larges size. A big size needs more stability. When it comes to no backing, we sharply margin 5 to 7 mm fabric out of actual artwork. This left off space on edges help you get sewn on garment.

Above all, chenille patches are a great embellishment to any project. The fabric is naturally flat, so the patch can be appliqued without having to worry about it rolling or puckering. This makes them easy to work with!

Looking for a unique, custom patch to commemorate an event or occasion? Chenille patches are a great option! They can be customized with your choice of text, colors and designs, making them perfect for any purpose.

If you’re interested in ordering chenille custom patches, be sure to contact us today.