EMBROIDERY COVERED PATCHES
Embroidery coverage refers to the amount of the twill canvas that is covered by embroidery and stitching. Most patches use between 75% to 85% embroidery. Based on the design you send us, we will determine the amount of embroidery needed to make the best patch possible and email you a digital proof showing canvas versus thread. There is no extra cost for up to 99% embroidery. Only the 100% embroidered patches cost extra. Please have a look at our color chart if you would like to pick your own patch colors and email them to us.
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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Whether you have a design ready to upload or just a rough idea, our artists will help finalize your patches. Fill out the form below to get free pricing and free professional artwork. There’s no obligation to buy!
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Frequently Asked Questions
It’s easy. All you have to do is fill out a free quote. Send us your design and tell us how many patches you want to order. We’ll reply within 1 day with a price and a production proof of your patch. Request any changes and order online or by telephone. If you don’t have a design, we can help create it for you, most of the time for free.
You can email us at email@example.com or fill out a free quote and upload your image. We accept most types of formats, including .ai, .eps, .jpg, .png, .pdf, .doc, .docx, .bmp, and others.
Certainly! All you have to do is send us your ideas for your patch and we’ll design a patch for you. We will send you a production proof, and you will be able to review and revise the design before you order.
We do not have a minimum or maximum order. When you order through us, we can make as few or as many patches as you need. Keep in mind the price per piece goes down as the quantity goes up.