Woven Patches With Merrow Edge
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Free design woven patch supplier
Military woven patch
OEM&ODM are welcomed
Many sizes as your request
Various colors for your choice
Felt, twill, cotton and silk fabric
Merrow, heat cut, laser heat cut, ultrasonic cut.
Straight cut, die cut, end fold, center fold, miter fold, Manhattan fold
No-woven plain, hot pressure adhesive, double adhesive tape, hard PVC, iron on, self-adhesive sticker with wax paper, adhesive tap, black/white paper coating, etc
3D cubic stuffing, laser hollow-out, loop, across liquid, eyelet, metallic thread, finish starching
Taffeta woven labels, Damask labels, fabric labels, satin labels, semi-damask fabric labels
Paypal, T/T, Escrow, West Union, L/C
3-5 days for sample, 5-7 days for order
UPS/ DHL/ FedEx/ EMS
100PCS per design
OPP bags inside, parcel or export carton outside According to your orders
Free Custom Design
Offering one-to-one custom design service without extra fees
Our customers trust us, because our reasonable price, best quality, quick production, over the years, we created a countless number of patches, in the following example, you will find that we can produce according to your requirements with kinds of kinds of patches, regardless of the shape size color material, we protect the privacy of the client the following sample for your reference.
Different backing options for woven patches.
Q: How many colors can I get on each custom patch?
A: We can include up to 12 colors per custom patch design.
Q: What’s the difference between woven patches, and embroidered patches?
A: Woven cloth is a badge made of different threads woven together, similar to how a digital image is made up of Dots, This means we can achieve higher detail than Embroidered Badges.
Embroidered patches are made up of threads but stitched together on a background. We can't achieve the same high detail as with Woven Cloth Badges but the effect is closer to the original stitched style badges.
Q: What is the minimum quantity I can order?
A: The minimum quantity of patches that can be ordered is 50. You can order any number of patches over 50, such as 52, 233 and so on.
Q: Can I order a sample before doing a full production run?
A: Yes! We offer a pre-production sample service for $15. This allows you to purchase one (or a few) of your patches before making a larger order. The cost of the pre-production sample covers the setup, manufacturing and shipment of your sample and does not apply toward the balance of a full order.
Q: What is the difference between a Merrow Border and Hot Cut Border?
A: A merrow border is a heavier border which is stitched up and over the outer edges of your patch.
Merrow borders are most commonly found on shapes such as circles, ovals and squares. Merrow borders are applied after the design is stitched onto your patches. A Hot Cut border is a thinner, flatter border that is cut out using a hot knife that seals the outer edge of your patch, keeping the thread from fraying. Hot Cut borders are used for patches that are shaped in the outline of your design, such as the shape of a car or animal.
Q: How durable and long-lasting is the Iron-On backing?
A: When applied correctly, iron-on patches are extremely durable and will stay adhered to your garment for many washes (approx. 50-70). Iron-on patches can also be sewn to your garment after ironing on.
Q: Is the Peel & Stick backing considered permanent?
A: Peel & Stick backings are similar to that of a traditional sticker. The intended use is for placing patches temporary on garments so that the patch can later be removed with no damage to the garment. This style of backing is suitable for events where patches are being distributed to be worn for that specific event, and are able to be sewn on after the peel & stick backing has lost its stickiness.
Q: What is the difference between embroidered and woven patches?
A: Embroidered patches are created using embroidery machines which are not much unlike a home sewing machine. These machines use standard thickness rayon threads. Woven patches are created using much larger woven label machines which use much more compact threads resulting in much sharper, fine detail.
Embroidered patches have a much heavier stitching appearance whereas woven patches appear more flat.
Q: How long does it take to get my patches in hands?
A: Once you have approved the art work and placed your order you will have your order in hands in 6-8 business days or less.
Q: What other types of patches or products do you make other than standard patches?
A: All our patch orders are custom made to your specifications. We offer various patch types and products including Woven, embroidery, dye sublimated, rubber, chenille embroidery, & flocking patches. Special backing options are also available.