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How to Make Custom Patches

The benefit to an embroidered patch is that you can simply cut that patch off of the garment and re-sew it onto a new garment. So instead of paying an average of $4-6 to have the embroidery done again on a new shirt, you simply just need to pay $. 50 to have the patch re-sewn onto a new garment.


Also it allows for greater coverage without the extra stitching. It gives a very clean and professional look. For anyone looking to make their own but have never done it before. I have found this video that explains it very nicely. We have been making them here in our shop for a number of years and you should look into adding into yours. Click on the YouTube button below to see how it is done.




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