Patch Emblem, located in China, specializes in making embroidered patches and epaulets, woven labels, sublimation emblems, chenille letters at our own factory. With more than 10 years of industrial experience, now we have several serviced distributors across the globe.

We launched the website to offer factory direct services to both distributors and end customers around all corners of the world. Our customers include scouts associations, schools, garment producers, social clubs, sports good suppliers, and so on.

Emblems and patches are a great way to recognize your business, club, team, school, employees or organization. You can put your design or insignia on a garment without applying the decoration directly to the garment. Patches work great for uniforms, caps, jackets and golf shirts when you want maximum recognition and exposure.

An Embroidered Patch is a piece of artwork created through an embroidery machine using materials such as polyester twill and colorful threads. It conveys a theme, event or logo that commemorates the users’ message.

At Patch and Emblem, we not only provide our customers with high-quality custom patches, but also make a patch to match a great design. Our patch will make your organization or business stand out in the crowd.

Below are some of the main processes we use to produce embroidered patches:

Tajima Machine Embroidery

With DST file created by our digitizer, embroidery machines translate a design into an embroidered patch based on different colored threads and twill.

Heat Seal Backing for Iron on Patches

Just after the embroidery process with a special machine. it is important to make sure you can iron your patches into garments.

Laser Cut to Prepare Merrowed Border

Done just before merrowed border, to make sure the patch is in exact shape.

Merrowed/Overlocked Border

It is to stitch the shape of the border with the overlocking machine.

Heat Cut Border

It is used to cut the embroidered border with heated ferrochrome.

Chenille Embroidery

This hand machine is to stitch chenille yarn on a felt background.