WHAT IS THE CLOTHING PATCHES ?

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Clothing patches are small pieces of fabric with a design or message on them, which are used to decorate or repair clothing. They can be sewn or ironed onto fabric, and are often used to cover up holes or stains, or to add a personal touch to a garment. Clothing patches can be made from a variety of materials, including denim, leather, and canvas, and can come in a range of shapes and sizes. They are often associated with counterculture or subculture movements, and are used to express identity or affiliation.

5 Type Patches

PVC Patches

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PVC patches, also known as PVC badges or PVC labels, are a type of embroidered patch made from PVC (polyvinyl chloride) material. They are often used for branding and identification purposes, and can be sewn or ironed onto clothing or other materials. PVC patches are known for their durability and ability to withstand harsh conditions, making them a popular choice for military, outdoor, and tactical gear. They can also be used for decorative purposes, such as on bags, hats, and other fashion accessories. PVC patches can be made in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, and can be customized with text, logos, or other designs.

Embroidered Patches

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Embroidered patches are decorative or identification elements that are created by using a needle and thread to sew a design onto a piece of fabric. They can be made from a variety of materials, including cloth, leather, and felt, and can be sewn onto clothing, bags, hats, and other items. Embroidered patches are often used for branding and identification purposes, such as for corporate logos, school or sports team insignias, or military insignia. They can also be used for decorative purposes, such as on clothing or accessories.

There are several different methods that can be used to create embroidered patches, including hand embroidery, machine embroidery, and heat-sealed embroidery. Hand embroidery is a traditional method that involves sewing the design onto the fabric by hand using a needle and thread. Machine embroidery is a more efficient method that uses a computer-controlled embroidery machine to sew the design onto the fabric. Heat-sealed embroidery is a process in which a heat-sensitive adhesive is used to bond the threads of the embroidered design to the fabric, creating a more durable patch.

Chenille Patches

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Chenille patches are decorative elements made from chenille yarn, which is a soft, fuzzy yarn made from cotton or synthetic fibers. They are often used to add a touch of texture and visual interest to clothing, bags, and other items. Chenille patches are created by embroidering a design onto a piece of fabric using chenille yarn. The yarn is then cut to a specific length, causing the fibers to fray and create a soft, fluffy texture.

Chenille patches are known for their soft, plush texture and can add a touch of luxury and style to any item. They can be sewn or ironed onto a variety of materials.

Woven Patches

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Woven patches are decorative elements that are created using a weaving process, rather than embroidery. They are made by interlacing threads of different colors to create a design, using a computer-controlled loom.

Woven patches have several advantages over embroidered patches. They are often more durable and have a more professional appearance, as the design is created directly into the fabric rather than being sewn onto it.

Woven patches also have a lower profile and can be more comfortable to wear, as they do not have the raised embroidery stitches that can be found on embroidered patches. Woven patches can be made in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, and can be customized with text, logos, or other designs.

Leather Patches

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There are several methods that can be used to create leather patches, including embossing, debossing, and laser etching. Embossing is a process in which the design is raised from the surface of the leather, creating a 3D effect. Debossing is the opposite of embossing, and involves pressing the design into the surface of the leather, creating a recessed effect. Laser etching is a process in which the design is burned into the surface of the leather using a laser.

Leather patches are known for their durability and ability to withstand wear and tear, making them a popular choice for items that will be used frequently.

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