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Sports patches are common, especially in universities, colleges, and international leagues worldwide. They are usually brightly colored and eye-catching. In that case, custom woven patches can be a nice choice. Due to their ability to display complex designs well as well as their lightweight, they are widely used as woven hat patches, and woven label patches on jerseys and other sports merchandise.
Custom woven patches are used in all walks of life. They can display your business logo or personal name on any shirt or other type of fabric. Different from a single embroidered patch, a woven patch is more resistant to wear and tear, easy to clean. So whether you want to buy a single name patch for yourself or want to wholesale company logo patches, custom woven patch will be a good choice.
Military morale patches boost the spirit of those people involved in such serious jobs. Military patches identify and build morale among troops, units, divisions, or brigades. And the custom woven patch is just a nice option for custom fabric badges on the military uniform. The woven patch gives it an edgy and lighter advantage. If your custom military patch project’s design is precise, with small intricate details and wordings, then pick a woven patch.
Today, custom patches can be seen everywhere, especially in all kinds of customized clothing and bags. Whether you are a garment manufacturer, a luggage wholesaler, or a personal handmade DIY enthusiast, custom woven patches can meet your needs. As custom clothing patches, Woven patches are considered an aged-old style that is timeless and ideal for promoting your brand and style. It does not give a bulky feel, and it is lightweight and versatile in anyways.
Woven patches are suitable for any type of clothes. The features of smooth feeling and full of elasticity are extremely suitable for hats, shirts, jackets, and bags.
Two examples：1.Teams and groups. Woven labels are ideal for team uniforms. They attach easily to t-shirts and hoodies. 2.Clothing labels. If you want your logo to stand out on your garments, using woven patches is a bold, attention-grabbing way.
We have our own knitting machine into which we can import the programmed design patterns, connect the winding line to the machine, and then the machine can do the whole process automatically. So our production lead time is about 8 days.
A button loop is a small string loop that is attached to the top of the patch so the patch can be hung from a button instead of being sewn or ironed onto the shirt. The button loop is a small string loop that is securely attached to the back of the patch so it will not fall off.
Iron on woven patches have a unique gluey film on the backside. You use an iron to apply heat directly to the fabric, and it melts the glue to remain securely onto the clothing.
We have no minimum order requirements and welcome orders of all sizes. We store your design specifications and digital proofs, so your patches will look the same every time they are re-ordered.
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A custom woven patch is created by stitching threads into a piece of fabric. A continuous stitching method produces a more definitive text and design output. Woven patches have a flat and smooth surface that has no raised texture. It is recommended to use woven patches if there’s a need to incorporate more intricate details in the patch.
Woven patches are made of continuously stitched threads that are intricately bonded to the material backing. These threads are tightly woven together to form a tapestry-like illustration of your brand or logo.
There are 3 main differences between woven and embroidered, which can be devided into appearance, details, and flexibility:
1.Appearance: The Embroidered Patch uses a thicker type of thread, and appears to be bulkier and thicker; the Woven patch has a much thinner thread, using light lines makes it possible to have a tighter weave and creates a flatter surface.
2.Details: The details of an embroidered patch are denser and heavier, which provides a lifting effect and a three-dimensional upshot; The woven patch has an edgy and lighter advantage, it can better display the design with precise, small intricate details and wordings.
3.Flexibility:The Embroidered Patch can accommodate designs that require minimal details only, but its threads are thick and look heavy; The Woven Patch can be produced in a smaller size and can be placed anywhere in or out of any clothing.
Just like the embroidered patch, your woven patch can be easily ironed onto garments or sewn on for added security. But you need to choose a woven patch with an iron-on backing to attach the patch by heat pressing.
Regarding the backing option of the woven patch, we recommend you use Sew-on or Iron-on backing. These two backing methods are the most common and safer. Of course, you can also choose other backings, such as Velcro Backing, Adhesive Backing, Safety Pin, Key Ring, and so on.
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