Custom Patches Options
There are several custom patch options that are factors in determining the price of your custom embroidered patches. Please use the art on this page and the text below as a guide to help you determine the amount of embroidery and proper measuring technique for your embroidered patch design. Our Designing page can help you determine which sizes and colors are best for your patches.Get Your Free Quote
- Order Minimum:10 pieces per design
- Metallic Threads:Add 20% per patch
- Neon Threads:Add 20% per patch
- Colors: 7 colors included free of charge
- Additional Colors:Add $0.11 per color, per patch
- Iron On Backing:Add $0.11 per patch
- Velcro Backing::Add 25% per patch
- Tape Backing:Add 20% per patch
- Button Loop:Add $0.11 per patch
- Hot Cut Border:Add $0.11 per patch
- Merrowed Border:Included free of charge
Custom Embroidered Patch Options
When we say custom, we’re not kidding. We offer you complete control over your embroidered patches, including size, shape, colors, design, and backing type. We can customize your patches to make them perfect for your club, business or group. Our talented artists will be glad to help you craft patches that are right for you and your organization.
50% or less of the patch has embroidery where teal is twill backing.
75% or less of the patch has embroidery.
100% of the patch is embroidered. No twill backing is left exposed.
Patch Sizing Options
Patches come in all shapes and sizes. We have done small patches for scouts and military uniforms, as well as larger patches for biker jackets and sports teams. We have the experience and knowledge to provide whatever size patch you need!
Determining the size of your custom embroidered patch is easy. Measure the length and width of your patch, add them together and divide that number by 2.
If the height of your patch is 2″ and the width of your patch is 4″, you would add 2 + 4, which equals 6. You then divide 6 by 2, which equals 3, The size the size of your 2″ x 4″ patch would be 3".
Your patch size is determined by taking the height and width,
adding them together, and dividing by 2.
Example: 3W + 2H / 2 = 2.5" Patch
This is for pricing purposes only.
Patch Backing Options
We offer a choice of traditional sew-on backing, iron-on, button loops or Velcro. Each backing type has its advantages for specific uses. Our experienced staff can help you decide which type is best for your particular application.
An adhesive backing that is a versatile and less permanent than other backing options. It is perfect if you need a quick, easily removable backing option for an outfit or costume.
Iron On Backing
Allowing for quick and easy attachment, all you need is an iron. Simply place the patch on the garment, cover it with a thin, damp towel to prevent burning, then hold the iron over the patch for 20-30 seconds until fully secured.
Velcro backing allows you to quickly and easily remove your patch from a garment. Velcro is great for when you have multiple patches or need to be able to remove the patch often.
A rigid plastic backing is added to your patches. This gives your patches extra support, meaning they will maintain their shape, even after constant use. This can be used in conjunction with iron-on backing.
Hot Cut Edge
Instead of the standard rounded edges, hot cut patches have sharp, detailed edges. Great for patches with fine levels of detail and intricate designs that really stand out!
Merrow® sometimes called merrowed borders are the standard in the industry and are considered a classic look. For a simple, yet elegant design on your patches, Merrow® borders are the ideal choice.
Other Patch Options
Great for flashy, eye-catching designs, metallic threads really help your patches stand out in a crowd. Best used sparingly, metallic threads are available in multiple colors.
Additional Thread Colors
All orders include up to seven thread colors, free of charge. Want to include more than seven colors? No problem! We have hundreds of thread colors to choose from, meaning your patches come out looking exactly like what you had in mind.
Button loops are great for patches that are designed to hang from a lapel pin or button. No sewing or gluing is involved, all you need is something to hang your patches from!