7 Types of Patches You Can Use to Promote Your Brand

American Flag patch

 

American Flag patch

 

Whether you have a big or small business, you should always grab opportunities that allow you to spread the word about what you offer. For instance, deliver something attractive and unique by using custom patches.

Patches can be seen on hats, shirts, jackets, and bags which means you get to advertise your brand wherever the wearer goes. It’s something that’s undeniably useful, and ultimately works.

Before you start producing custom-made patches, take a look at the most popular types you can consider using to promote your brand.

  1. Embroidered Patches

Embroidered patches are mostly used to personalize hats and shirts. Making embroidery patches usually involves machines and are typically created in three layers. The top layer is cotton, the middle is made from non-woven fabric, and the bottom layer is for the backing.

It’s important to note, however, that embroidered patches should be placed in items with high-quality materials. If a jacket, for instance, is made from a light fabric, the patches can easily tear through it.

  1. Chenille Patches

Chenille patches are great for customizing caps, shirts, and jackets. The patches are usually sewn on an item’s sleeves or chest, but you can also use them to customize bags.

These patches can be made from different methods, but the most common, and popular, is the sewn patch. It is made of a hook, which makes it hefty and tough.

  1. Iron-on Patches

Iron-on patches come in a wide variety of styles and designs. There are patches for baseball caps, for example, and for flags, which you can easily sew on backpacks and tents.

These patches are typically made in the same way as embroidery patches—in three layers. The fabrics used, however, are polyester, nylon, nylon tricot, and cotton.

  1. Leather Patches

Leather patches may not be as popular as the others, but that only means that the patches are ideal for those who want to create distinctive designs with unique looks

These patches are quite tough, so they don’t tear easily. They also last for a long time and can be used for a wide variety of purposes.

  1. PU Leather Patches

PU leather patches are much like leather patches. What sets it apart, however, is its durability and flexibility. PU leather is usually used to make patches for accessories, bags, and garments, among others.

The patches are both water- and heat-resistant, which means that you can use them in any condition. They’re also quite soft, which is great for those who want to feel comfortable every time they use them.

  1. PVC Patches

Polyvinyl Chloride, or PVC patches and are made in layers that can be screen printed in multiple colors. PVC embossed patches look like embroidery patches but are actually made from PVC which is a type of vinyl .

These patches are great for car floor mats, buttons, hats, and pin-on items.

  1. Woven Patches

Woven patches are made from cotton and other fabrics that are easy to wear and use. These patches are made stitching a design into a fabric. They have a smoother finish than embroidered patches. Custom women patches can also be placed in hats, bags, and military uniforms.

Final Thoughts

With so many patch type choices let our professionals help guide you. We can work from your artwork or we can help you design what you need.

For the best custom patches, place an order at Artex Group today. With our personalized patches, you can elevate your brand. We can create new designs for you or utilize a logo you have in mind. Request a quote for a group order today to get started.