Late spring/early fall is a great time for sports fans – soccer season and baseball season are in full swing and football season is just beginning. If you’re part of a local sports team or just want to show your support for your favorite professional players, why not create your own custom sports patches?
If you’re in the market for patches and haven’t heard, American Patch offers a new patch method called “combination patches.” We’ve combined the look of traditional embroidered patches with the modern technique of dye sublimated patches to create something new and exciting.
Do you own a business? Are you part of a club? Do you have a special event coming up? There are many reasons that you may want to create your own custom patches, but if you don’t have a piece artwork that you want to recreate for the design, you may not know where to start. Here are some helpful tips.
Embroidered patches are making a big comeback and fashion-forward individuals are coming up with new and creative ways to wear theirs. Here, our embroidered patch company shares some great ideas for sprucing up your clothing or accessories.
For years, the most common type of clothing or decorative patch was the embroidered patch. Over time, however, society has gotten more creative with crafting processes and has introduced newer ways to create patches. At American Patch, we offer traditional embroidered patches, but we also offer woven patches and dye sublimated patches. Here are the differences.
A brand new school year is coming up and whether you’re just starting kindergarten or you’re heading back to college, you can make a memorable first impression with your very own custom patches. Start your own collection by sewing or pinning them to your backpack.
Do you have some old articles of clothing that could use a little help? Maybe your pants are too small or your shirt is too big. No matter what the problem, it only takes a creativity and a little time to fix it. Our clothing patches company has happened upon many different ways to give tired clothing new life. Here are just a few examples.
For years, the classic way to create custom patches was to sew threads onto a substrate in order to create words a design, or an image. Today, thread is still the most popular material used to create patches, but we also have a new material – dye.
When people think “embroidered patches,” they often think biker jackets with a slew of patches sewn on to show support for a certain club or cause. We love helping people create their own biker patches, but we also love discovering the biker patches other companies have made. Here are some of our favorites.