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Get the very finest Custom Woven Patches

Did you ever wonder about those labels and patches that appear on jacket sleeves, pockets, and backs? Did you ever wonder where they come from or how they are made? There are companies that manufacture the custom woven labels and patches that you see in and on your clothing. When the clothing manufacturer orders the patches and labels made he also supplies the manufacturer of the patches and labels with a specific design. These patches are then sewn onto uniforms of firemen, policemen, scouts, and others in various organizations, as well as school sports uniforms.

Whether the labels and patches are made of fabric or leather the designs can be placed on the patches and labels by either laser or by embroidery. The most popular are the custom embroidered patches. These patches are generally very colorful yet subtle. The alternative to the custom embroidered patches is the custom woven patch which can be made inexpensively. Logos and shapes cat be easily cut to order exactly to specifications. A highly defined detail can cover the entire patch and can cost as much as fifty percent less then the embroidered patches. These custom made patches can be easily sewn on or ironed on and you cannot beat their prices.

Fabric patches and labels can be made with the Damask process or the taffeta process. Using the damask process the label or patch is embroidered with several layers of thread making the label or patch thick and strong. Using the taffeta process will have the black thread show through the white background of the label or patch. The damask label or patch is thick but soft and the artwork is clearly defined to the edge. Supplying you employees with uniforms, whether they working outdoors as a driver on indoors wearing a smock or shirt, your company will have a more professional look when those uniform has a patch or label affixed on it.


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