Using thread and needle, your designs are brought to life.
Known for its resistance to wear&tear and wide range of vibrant colors, embroidery delivers a professional result with a 3-dimensional finish that will often last longer than the apparel itself.
Patches, also known as "applique," is a technique where pre-cut twill material is embroidered onto the stole. This process is customizable with options for cross or satin stitching and a single or double layer finish. Patches are not only durable but also visually appealing, making them an excellent way to showcase Greek organizations, graduation years, and school or club initials in a 3-D format compared to regular embroidery.
Keep reading for more information about the different types of patch options!
CROSS - STITCH
Our standard and most popular option, cross-stitching secures patches onto garments via a zig-zag thread pattern along the edges.
SATIN - STITCH
As a premium option, satin-stitching secures the patch onto garments via a series of dense parallel stitches creating a professional and clean solid border along the edges with even more of a visual pop compared to cross-stitching.
DOUBLE(2) - LAYER
Our most popular option, a foreground and background layer is sewn on top of each other using cross or satin stitching. Having two layers allows for flexibility when designing and choosing colors, as well as having a 3-D appeal you can see from afar.
SINGLE(1) - LAYER
Essentially the same thing as double layered patchs, but only a foreground layer is used, without a background layer.