BACKING/ATTACHMENT OPTIONS

We provide several backing and also other alternatives for custom embroidered patches, iron on clothing labels, woven patches, and printed patches or dye sublimated patches.

Iron On

It is a wonderful as well as easy means to custom made patches. All you require is a tee shirt heat-press equipment or, even a house iron. Location the patch on the tee shirt or cap, you require cover it with a piece of thick 100% cotton fabric to avoid burning. We send direction how to apply. Whether you have small or big iron on embroidered patches; iron on is a great attachment option. Sewing custom iron on patches is additionally possible.

Note: Iron-On patches are not suitable for nylon, satin, leather, and other similar material.

ADHESIVE VS IRON ON

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Hook & Loop

Hook & Loop patches can be woven, printed or embroidered. The best use of Hook & Loop is custom Velcro name patches for teams, hospital staff, Army uniform, Air Force uniform, Navy uniform, and security staff. Hook & Loop patches are also used with rented clothing.

Plastic Backing

If you need a nice and smooth look on the back of your custom sew on patches, you need this backing. Patches with this backing maintain their shape, even after many washes and constant use. Plastic backing is used with the sew on patches only. The plastic material we use is similar to the X-ray film. It sticks to the back of the patch with the help of heat-melted glue.

Self-Adhesive

We also call it sticky backing, peel and stick, or tape backing because it has sticky surface like stickers. You can attach a custom patch with this backing without a heat-press machine; just peel and stick. Some individuals call this attachment method “peel and stick” just because the method it functions.

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Button Loop

Many people do not like to place a logo on their t shirts, permanently. They have to place an embroidered badge on their upper body when they check out a trade show or participate in a company occasion. Button loopholes are fantastic for them. Embroidered patches with a button loop can also have iron on backing. Wearers can just hang their custom made patches to a tee shirt button.

BORDER OPTIONS

Merrow Border

Overlocked border additionally called Merrow border. Overlocked border is the basic and also traditional approach for embroidered patches. First, we finish the embroidery after that cut the embroidered patches using a set of scissors. After that we do the border; it requires additional time, and labor. As a result, we bill some added cost for Merrowed border.

Hot-Cut Border

Hot-Cut Edge likewise called Satin-Stitch Edge. As opposed to the basic rounded edges, hot-cut emblems have sharp, thorough sides. Great for custom patches with fine degrees of detail and also intricate styles that actually stick out!

Suggested for uncommon form; kiss-cut or custom-cut form; we can not utilize Merrow-machine to do edges of a “star” shape logo. We offer satin-stitch border at no extra expense. This is perfect for embroidered patches but does not work with the woven patches.

OTHER OPTIONS

Metallic Thread

Metallic threads are available in a couple of colors only; they predict an attractive and gorgeous look. It is extra pricey than rayon viscose or polyester string.

Woven Label Options

Woven iron on clothing labels bring a feeling of high quality and also longevity to your garments. They have a timeless look that even more modern tags do not have, as well as function well with a variety of products. When designing your custom woven labels, there are a range of products you can pick for the label itself. Below is a fast overview to one of the most typically available types of product for woven material labels for garments.

Damask: Damask has a slightly shiny, reflective look and also is the most typical material for custom woven labels. This synthetic product has a tight weave, allows for great detail, and also is soft and also pliable. These labels are durable, easy to sew on, as well as do not generally irritate your customers’ skin.

Satin: Satin custom woven labels are much shinier and softer than damask tags. They have a delicate, extravagant feel to them, and tend to be the prettiest-appearing labels. 

They often tend to be somewhat stiffer than the other labels, and also commonly have a lower string matter, but they are much less irritating to the skin than the other two materials.

Taffeta: Taffeta has a boring seek to it, as well as has a tool thread count that numbers between Damask, which has a higher count, and satin, which has a reduced count. This material often tends to be flexible as well as long lasting, and is commonly one of the most cost-efficient choice of the three. You usually find these labels on canvas, bags or other items where it will certainly be exposed to rougher usage than daily usage garments.

ADHESIVE VS IRON ON

Adhesive backing (Peel and Stick) VS Iron on backing (Heat Seal). These are two various types of attachment approaches; read the following details to understand the difference.

Adhesive – we also call it sticky backing because it has sticky surface like sticker. You can attach a patch with this backing without a heat-press machine; just peel and stick. Some individuals call this attachment method “peel and stick” just because the method it functions.

Iron on – Whereas, the iron on backing likewise called heat seal backing requires an iron or a heat-press machine to use. A patch with this backing has a thin layer of “dried” glue that melts and sticks the surface throughout the application procedure.