WHY A CHENILLE PATCH?
Chenille embroidery is different from traditional stitches. The adorable raised texture gives a stunning lifted look to clothing that resembles a towel surface. Since it is not served directly to garments; therefore, we get you on felt, cut out and offer with heat seal backing for easy iron-on. Our company use scrim felt at the most affordable price range; so get local source to build your clothing brand and name/script patches. Contact us for a bulk orders of position, activity, and events. Enjoy all state-free shipping and instant price quote now.
Chenille embroidery Patch is widely used for beautiful numbers for single-digit to year date. They are adorable for letterman jackets with glitter in gold and silver. Custom chenille Patches have no comparison to any other embroidery badge type. Using crewel yarn/wool and silk thread, we customize your fluffy patches for a minimum of 10 units per order in just under 2 weeks. No matter how small or complicated your logo is, we get you done perfectly. Patches Mania manufactures wholesale custom patches at cheap pricing without compromising quality. We accept big orders for sports clubs, players, and cheerleaders.
WHOLESALE CHENILLE PATCHES
Buying bulk chenille letters benefit many ways, it saves you time and money. A large number of chenille patches are customized with heat press support. The dried glue on the back is long-lasting. Hence, you can stock them for the coming project. Being the no. 1 manufacturer, Patch Mania offers letterman jackets, hoodies, and sweatshirts with patches and letters. From Los Angeles to NYC and across the U.S, we’ve been offering a number of companies personalized shapes, sizes, and frizzy yarn with iron-on backing.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How Patch Mania makes chenille patches?
Making chenille patches is a complete art. You need these things to start off with manual work;
- A Piece Of Felt
- Colorful Yarn
- Chenille Machine
Having twill fabric over felt is recommended for embroidery mixed chenille letters, fonts, and mascots. Here are steps
- Take embroidery outline of artwork from embroidery
- Get your design with a chain stitch using a manual chenille machine
- Fill in chenille in each part as per real artwork.
NOTE: If you’re a newbie about making chenille patches, get outsource your patches near the store or online.
How are chenille patches made?
Chenille patches are made with embroidery outline and without it. Chain stitch embroidery before chenille filling is recommended in both cases. It helps yarn to look visible.
However, doing chenille patches with machine work is super easy compared to manual creation.
What type of chenille fabric goes on patches?
It’s called “felt”. It’s a kind of fabric pretty much different from twill or backer. Its little thick fabric with sticky surface specifically used for yarn.
Where to buy chenille letter patches 3" size?
Chenille patches are ideally the best for larger sizes like jacket back and hoodies. Very tiny sizes are not recommended. Minimum of 2 inches with less complexity is possible with great quality.
Where to get chenille fabric for patches?
A kind of fabric called “felt” is used for chenille patches. It is usually available at an embroidery shop near you.
How to apply chenille patches on the garment?
Chenille patches are made of both adhesive iron-on and no backing. Here is how you can easily apply adhesive heat seal chenille patches. Doing it yourself is easy following 3 simple steps given below;
- Place the patch on the garment, put a towel on the bed of the heat press machine
- Set the machine heat at 320F
- Place the garment on the heat-press, patch facing down, and press for 20 seconds
- Using Madeira MSA 100 spray is recommended
Process of making mascot patches in chenille embroidery?
Chenille mascots are made pretty much similar to the common ones. The sharp character of the mascot is done with satin embroidery. While the larger parts are filled with colorful chenille yarn as per real artwork.
How to make chenille letterman patches?
Creating letterman patches is easy compared to a mascot. It has no role of embroidering except chain stitch embroidery around letters before filling with yarn.