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Hippie patches with flowers and peace signs were all the rage in the 1960s. Embroidered Patches evolved to fit the trends of the 1970s neon, 1980s punk, and 1990s grunge, and are still popular among indie fashion manufacturers and Forever 21 buyers today. The iron-on patch has been an easy and inexpensive way to alter up a look and communicate a bold idea throughout its history.
Contrast: The importance of contrast cannot be overstated: To make your patch stand out even more, choose contrasting colours. Our most popular colour combination is black and white, which is a basic contrasting colour scheme that works great for patches. There are so many possibilities that you may be really inventive! To assist you in making a decision, below are links to our thread chart and twill chart.
Keep it simple: Embroidering a 60mm patch is the equivalent of painting on a dinner plate with a thick felt tip pen. So, when creating an embroidered patch, keep it simple. But don't be alarmed! We have a solution for you if your design has a lot of detail: Woven Patches!
Make Your Design and Text Bold: Make your design and text as bold as possible. It's tough to re-create small, thin, and delicate writing with a traditional stitching procedure; it's certainly the region where we run into the most problems.
Border colour that complements your embroidery design: A border on a patch not only frames and defines your design, but it also completes the patch and prevents loose threads. Why not utilise a colour from the central design to create a border that blends in with the rest of the patch?
The bigger the better: The larger the patch, the easier it is to translate a complex design. If you increase the size of what you're drawing on, for example, from a dinner plate to a dinner table, the pen has more room to accomplish detail and hence isn't as thick. When making larger patches, the same rule applies.
Denim is always in style. Denim apparel is the ideal canvas for embroidered iron-on patches, from spotless jean jackets to faded vests and skinny jeans. The most popular denim-patch combinations, according to Pinterest, appear to contain a plethora of patches collaged on jackets and pants legs. Call us minimalists, but we believe a single patch on the sleeve of a denim jacket is an equally entertaining way to bring colour and style to a plain piece. It's all up to you!
Despite the fact that patches cannot be "ironed on" to plastic phone cases, we've seen countless examples of phone cases with two or three little patches adhering to the rear on the internet. Patches that are vividly coloured and doodle-like in style work very well with this appearance. To obtain a similar look, use a permanent glue adhesive to stick patches to a solid-colored phone cover (or buy patches that are meant to adhere to surfaces other than fabric).
The 1990s have returned with a vengeance, and patch-covered backpacks have accompanied them. Patches are in as a hot-ticket accessory, whether you're rocking a regular school backpack or dabbling in the VSCO girl look. Relive your best version of 90s glory by pressing a handful of patches on the front zipper pocket of your bag.
A single patch on a casual t-shirt has become rather trendy if you're searching for a more discreet method to flaunt a patch appearance. Try sewing a bright patch onto the pocket area of a basic striped tee to personalise the look. It's extra charming if you can make the patch appear to be peeping out of or sitting in the shirt pocket — extra points if the patch is an animal face.
We knew the 80s punk leather-and-patches look was still very much in style when Rihanna wore her patch-covered Dries Van Noten motorcycle jacket. Supreme now has a comparable adorned jacket available for upwards of $500. Make your own version of the outfit using a black leather (or vegan leather) jacket with ten or more coloured patches. You've got yourself a celeb-worthy look if you iron them on carelessly. Patches look great on (p)leather bags, purses, and footwear, too.
Consider producing your own set of custom iron-on patches for personal use or sales if you want to take these looks to the next level. Custom on-demand manufacturing firms such as Migdigitizing make it simple to purchase fully customised patches with your own artwork and have them sent right to your door. Manufacturing becomes as simple as internet buying with this arrangement.
You'll next choose any add-ons you want (don't forget the rhinestones!) and upload your embroidery digitizing artwork to begin the process. Is there no artwork? It's no problem. Our world-class designers are at your disposal at no cost to you. We'll construct your order at one of our pre-vetted overseas factories and ship the patches directly to you after you approve a digital mockup (and a real sample, if you like). In the United States, shipping is free, and express service is provided for customers who require a faster turnaround.
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