The holiday season is quickly approaching and Halloween kicks it off in about a month! This year, why not incorporate some Halloween patches into your festivities? Here, our patch company shares three ways you can create your own embroidered patches and use them this holiday.
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?
Baseball season is an exciting time of year and we at American Patch want to help you celebrate it and remember it. Our embroidered baseball patches have been some of our most popular sports patches, and it’s because they can be used in many different ways to say many different things. Here are some of our favorite ways to use baseball patches.
If you’re part of an organization that frequently orders custom patches (such as a sports team, law enforcement branch, community club, etc.), we have a quick trick for you that can help you save money on your patch orders.
At American Patch, we create many of our embroidered, woven, and dye sublimated patches with our standard plastic backing to give them a bit of stiffness. However, there are many other types of backings that you can use for your patches. Here are some of the most popular.
At American Patch, we love making custom scout patches for our Boy Scouts and Girl Service Troops; these patches let them express who they really are and the pride they have for their organization. The most common uses for these patches that we’ve encountered tend to be.
These days, police forces in many states are opting to switch their traditional uniform badges to badges that are embroidered. Traditional badges are made from metals like brass and coated with layers of nickel, silver, or gold, so they can be heavy and weigh down an officer’s uniform.