Embroidered Patches

By a2kpatch 20 Sep, 2017
When people think of embroidered patches, they typically believe they are only for Boy Scouts, motorcycle clubs , or first responders like police officers, firefighters and paramedics. While these are extremely popular uses for embroidered patches, what people don't usually think of are the benefits they can have for businesses. Whether you have a small mom-and-pop shop, or a large global organization, we have put together five reasons why you need embroidered patches for your business .
By a2kpatch 07 Mar, 2017
Military patches are worn to denote a variety of things including rank, division and skill set. The Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard uniforms have various embroidered patches, also known as shoulder sleeve insignias (SSI). The patches are usually sewn or attached with Velcro on the shoulder sleeves of military uniforms. Although commonplace in modern military history, military patches are a relatively new addition to military attire.
By a2kpatch 02 Mar, 2017
Achieving fine detail with embroidery is an art in itself. Different types of stitches and incorporating different shades of colors help to add depth and dimension to patches. 

Let our artist turn your patch ideas into reality. We can work with your sketch or artwork and turn it into a finished product like this. All design work is done in-house in the U.S.A. 
Just use one of the contact forms on this website to receive a quote or more information on the process.

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