Blank Patch Company - Your source of blank patches for embroidery and screenprinting. 

We'll customize it for you, any shape, colors or sizes and you'll create a quality embroidered patch! Available in set of 5 pcs. Order Now!

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Patch 013 Military Shape  4-1/2" x 4-1/2"   Black w/ Gold Border

Patch 001 Circle - 4" Black with Gold border

Patch 025 Oval -Maroon - 1-3/4"3-1/2  with Orange Border

Patch 037 Oval - 2" x 3-1/2" White with White Border

Patch 054 2" x 4" Tan with Tan Border

Patch 029 Shield 4"x4-1/2" Black with Resort Blue Border

Patch 053 - 3" x 4" Black with White Border

Patch 043 Rectangle-  1-1/2"x2-1/2" White with Royal Blue Border

How to Use the Blank Patches:
The blank patches on this website are usually sold in a set of 5 pcs and they are sew on. You can put the adhesive later when you are done with your embroidery or printing. 

It is better buying the finished patches that sew on instead of the iron-on type. Patches tend to ripple with the iron-on backing, so to avoid this problem, use the plain, sew-on type. When you buy blank pre-made patches, you need to digitize a shape line. This is a placement line that goes exactly around the shape of the patch and can be easily digitized by scanning the blank patch. Once scanned in, follow the shape of the patch accurately for good registration. If you have done much applique, then you will know this shape line as an applique outline stitch. It lets you know where to place your blank patch for stitching. Once you have digitized your outline stitch for the patch you have chosen, insert your design into that shape. Make sure it is centered, or in the correct place within that outline stitching.
Once you have merged your new design with the outline stitch, you are ready to stitch. With this technique, you do not have a big piece of fabric to frame, so use an adhesive backing instead. This is a backing that is similar to Wonder Under, except that you peel the paper off to expose the sticky adhesive side.
Cut a square of adhesive backing larger than your hoop size. Frame the backing paper-side-up. Once framed, score around the inside edge of the hoop. Then peel the paper away, exposing the adhesive. The first thing that the machine sews is the outline stitch you added to your design. After it has sewn the placement line, lay down your blank patch. The adhesive will secure the patch so that you can continue sewing the design. Once the design is completed, simply tear your patch away from the adhesive backing.
Congratulations! You've successfully created your first patch. Creating patches is a cinch with the right tools and a little imagination.

Colors may slightly vary depending on your computer's resolution. See other samples! 

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