Backing Options for Custom Patches: We offer several backing and other options to attach custom embroidered patches, custom iron on clothing labels, printed patches (sublimated patches), PVC rubber patches, and custom leather label.
Iron-On Backing: It is a great and easy way to apply custom patches. All you need is a tshirt heat-press machine or, even a home dry iron. Place the patch on the jacket, shirt, or cap, you need cover the patch with a piece of thick cotton fabric to prevent burning. We send the instruction how to apply the iron on patches. Whether you have small or large iron on patches; iron on backing is a great method. Sewing iron on patches is also possible. If you are the sewing patches on hats, or sewing patches on leather vest, iron on backing allows you to do that. All iron on patches are sew on badges too. It does not have any issues. Following are recommended emblems with iron on backing: Embroidered letters-- One of the most popular ways to personalize and customize shirts, caps, hats, golf bags, sports bags, backpacks, and similar products. Large iron on patches also good to decorate jackets.
Embroidery applique-- Everyone loves tablecloths, table covers, cushions, pillow covers decorated with embroidery applique. Kids also put this product on their t-shirts, jeans, towels, and school bags. Custom iron on labels-- Small clothing companies use custom iron on labels to make a blank clothing article branded. This is the easiest way to start your own clothing line. There are several blank clothing suppliers who offer blank clothing at wholesale prices. Just buy from them and put your iron on fabric labels; isn't super easy? Printed patches-- Dye sublimation printing method is getting more and more attention from the industry's giants. Almost every clothing manufacturer is using this printing method. It easy and affordable. We produce printed large iron on patches with a nice border. There is no backing for sew on motorcycle patches or sew on name labels; you need to use your sewing machine to attach sew on motorcycle patches or sew on name labels because they are large in size and you can not attached using adhesive backing.
Note: Iron on patches do not stick on 100% nylon, satin, and other similar fabrics. Please do some testing before placing an order.
Velcro Backing - Custom Velcro Patches: Custom Velcro patches can be woven or embroidered. The best use of Velcro is custom Velcro name patches for teams, doctors, or couches. Following are a few very common and custom Velcro patches with Velcro backing to decorate clothing and apparel: Velcro hat patches-- It is very simple and handy to apply emblems on hats or caps using a small heat-press machine. Velcro patches for backpacks-- Student, especially young students love to decorate their backpacks with stickers and emblems. They keep changing their backpacks look; Velcro backing is a great and suitable for them. Velcro patches for jackets-- There are thousands of motorcycle clubs around the world, and millions of motorcyclists. They all wear specially designed jackets, especially, leather jackets and vest. They participate in many motorcycle events or biker rallies; Velcro backing allows them to be ready for the next event without buying new jackets, but custom emblems with Velcro. Firefighter Velcro patches and EMT Velcro patch, and tactical Velcro badges also have their importance.
Note: Custom Velcro patches can not be use as sew on badges but sew on motorcycle patches or sew on name labels.
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