There are lots of things to learn when it comes to iron on patches and this is a necessary step to ensure that you can get the best out of your order. The first thing you should consider before buying a custom patch is its purpose. Is it for branding purposes, awareness or for your company uniform? Second is the garment and the area you are planning to apply them. This determines the size of the patches and how they should look like. There are different specifications that can meet different needs and it is important to look for the certain types that would suit you best. Our company offers almost all types of backings, borders, threads and add-ons there is. These tips will help you get the exact thing you are looking for.
The smaller your design is, the more detail you will have to sacrifice. Keep in mind that small or complex details would only look clear on a large scale. They will not look as good as a digitalized image especially if they are small. In case your design have something that would not look good on an embroidered patch, we will simply let you know beforehand. It is also important to choose the right things or parts of your design that should be eliminated. We can help you with this so that the integrity of your design will not change. The best thing you can do in order to be certain that your iron on patches will look as clear and clean as possible is to consider the size you are planning to go for before creating the designs.
There are various types of borders to choose from. The most common borders that most of our clients opt for are die-cut and mirrored. If you already saw custom patches with edges that are entirely wrapped, then you have seen patches with a mirrored border. This is usually used on patches with simple shapes. If you want your patches to have an irregular or uncommon shape, then we recommend the die-cut border. It is the one that can work best for shapes that have sharp angles and lots of cuts. It is crucial to choose the right border that best fits the design you are going for.
There are different add-ons you can apply on your patches. You can also choose to have special threads that can certainly enhance the looks of your custom patches. If you are looking to have a unique and more noticeable design, you can check which thread types and add-on you want us to apply on your patches. The details are displayed on our official site including their prices. You can also ask us for a quote today.
Patches that are not entirely covered with stitches are usually cheaper. If you choose not to have any unstitched area in your custom patches, then they will be thicker and fuller. 100 percent embroidery coverage can enhance the look of your patches. The most common choices are 50, 75 and 100 percent embroidery. You can also choose different effects for the details of your patches. One of the best options that our clients love is the 3D effect. This raises the letters and/or details they have on their patches which can create a more unique and noticeable design. The garment and area on where you want to attach your patches should be considered when deciding on the embroidery options.
We base our prices on the embroidery coverage and options, design, add-ons and size of the custom patches. If you are looking to have cheaper patches, it is best to have a simpler design that requires less thread. It is best to consider your budget before starting to design your patches especially if you are looking to buy in bulk. This can save you much time and effort, including revisions as well.
It is always best to have a good picture of your custom iron on patches in mind. Following these tips will certainly help you create or improve the design you might want us to put on your patches. We can work with you with the designing process. In case you do not know how to create your own design, you can simply leave it to us. Our artists can take care of it. You will not need to worry as well since we will not start manufacturing your orders until you approve the sample that we will present to you. If you are not satisfied with the designs, whether it is your own or ours, there is always room for revisions. It will take more time though.
Call us now and let us talk about how you want your iron on patches to look like. We will provide you a free quote after you have given us the details of your orders.