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A Woven Patch vs. Embroidered Patch

woven vs. embroidered patch

At American Patch, we create patches using three different techniques: weaving, embroidery, and dye. Woven and embroidered patches both use thread to give you a more traditional looking patch than dyed patches. However, the two have their differences. Here, we explain a woven patch vs. embroidered patch.

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3 Reasons to Try Combination Patches

embroidered 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.

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Embroidered vs. Woven vs. Dye Sublimated Patches

American Patch Woven

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.

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12 of Our Coolest Club & Organization Patches

West Point Flying Club

One thing that people think about when they think about embroidered patches is a club or organization. Patches are often used to unite people together and are a great way to show your pride for a specific group. Here are some of the coolest ones we’ve created. If you’re interested in your very own club or organization patch, contact us today!

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Make a Back-to-School Impression

Backpack Patches

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.

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Threaded Patches vs. Dyed Patches

Embroidered Patches

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.

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10 Awesome Biker Patches

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.

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