Application Service (NYCL)

Application Service (NYCL)

Chenille Patches

Embroidered Patches
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It's hard to beat the traditional good looks of an embroidered patch. The raised polyester thread offers a 3-dimensional sheen and bold appearance. They are used in a wide range of applications, from police and fire department uniforms, caps, beanies and other creative outerwear garments. We offer a Hook & Loop backing option (like Velcro) for military patches. Iron-on or Peel & Stick backing options are also available.

Use the comment section to include any details that may help us setup your digital proof accurately. You will receive a digital proof for approval before manufacturing begins. A team member will be assigned to our your order in case you have any questions.
  • Up to 8 thread colors
  • Merrowed edge included
  • Sew-on, iron-on, peel & stick, hook & loop
  • Free sample photo option
  • Graphic artwork assistance
  • Fast turnaround & delivery

Fast Approval Process

  1. Receive your Digital Proof within 1 business day.
  2. If selected, receive your Sample Photo within 5 business days of approving your digital proof.
  3. After all approvals are complete, see your Ship Date in your customer account.
Availability: In stock

Compatible file extensions to upload: png, jpg, jpeg, gif, pdf, ai, psd, svg

Need Help?
Embroidered patches are our most popular and offer a classic, professional appearance. Your design is stitched with a needle into a cotton twill material and then finished with a wrapped 'merrowed' edge. They are used by organizations such as the military, police, fire departments, and EMT in addition to outerwear brands, small clubs and creative clothing designers. Upload finished artwork or let our artists help finalize your design. A representative will be assigned to your order to help ensure your digital proof matches the creative vision you have for your project.