Transform your clothing and accessories into unique pieces of art with our custom sew-on badges. Whether you want to showcase your personality, support a cause, or add a touch of creativity to your belongings, our meticulously crafted embroidered patches are the perfect choice
Elevate your style with personalized custom sew on embroidered patches
Sew-on backing for embroidered patches refers to a type of backing material that is designed to be attached to the back of an embroidered patch. This backing is typically made of fabric or another sturdy material, and it doesn't have adhesive properties like iron-on patches. Instead, sew-on patches require manual stitching to attach them to clothing, bags, or other items. Sewing provides a secure and durable attachment method, allowing the patch to stay in place even through washing and regular use.
At EmbroLab, we bring your vision to life through the artistry of embroidery. With meticulous attention to detail, we craft each custom sew-on embroidered patch by expertly stitching your designs onto high-quality fabrics. Our skilled artisans combine traditional craftsmanship with modern technology, ensuring precision in every stitch. The result? A personalized patch that encapsulates your creativity and story, ready to be proudly sewn onto your favorite garments and accessories. Experience the embodiment of craftsmanship with EmbroLab
Iron on method is a convenient and time saving way to attach your patches to your favorite garment. Sew-on patches are great too and require sewing skills and more time but they add more flexibility to the garment on which the patch is attached. If you don’t want your patch to be stiff you can have the iron on backing eliminated and once it’s sewn on, the patch can flow and fold a bit with the fabric.
Ordering sew-on patches in bulk is a cost-effective way to get personalized patches for your needs. Ensure your design is finalized, choose material and thread colors, and select backing options. Communicate clearly with the manufacturer, request a sample, and consider quality, budget, and lead time. Working closely with them will ensure a successful bulk order process.