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Need Help Embroidery Patches?

Discussion in 'Product and Supplier Referrals' started by TXFB.INS, Sep 5, 2018.

  1. TXFB.INS

    TXFB.INS Very Active Member

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    Who is suggested for embroidery patches?

    since World Emblems was bought out by Stahls, there capabilities are reduced and the pricing has spiked.

    What we need;
    * Size 3.25"h x 4.75"w
    * 200 ish - need to know where the price break is
    * Finish - Merrow edge
    * Colors 9+
    * Twill Backing
     
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  2. WildWestDesigns

    WildWestDesigns Major Contributor

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    What's the boundary shape going to be like? Color of the patch? How much of the patch is going to be embroidery?

    Color matching or straight traditional black?

    Technically, patches don't actually have a backing to them. Twill is the fabric that is embroidered directly on. You do have some that are flexible and some that are more rigid, but twill is usually the go to fabric choice.

    So I'm thinking you mean that you don't want velcro or heat adhesive or anything like that extra. They aren't used as a backing, but are applied to the back after embroidery, but before the merrowing is done. Given the size (any time one dimension is greater then 4"), hand stitching the patch on there would have to be used. It could be combined with the others, but it would have to be used for sure.
     
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  3. colorforgeprinting

    colorforgeprinting New Member

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    Call Gil at Raynor and Asso, he hooks me up for my patch jobs. 281-497-8372
     
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