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Woven Patches

Woven Badges

Woven patches, also known as woven badges or clothing patches, are decorative patches used on clothing, hats, bags, and more. Woven patches are the same as woven labels. Above all, it is all woven and has a smooth surface and no raised texture.
Our patches can be made in a standard shape or die-cut to a custom shape. Similarly, we also offer custom backing options such as heat seal, iron-on, pressure-sensitive, and velcro.

We have a variety of styles of woven badges such as animals & cartoons woven patches; China-chic woven patches; outdoor woven patches; sports woven patches; military & administration & school & scouts & club woven patches; anniversary woven patches; metallic yarn woven patches and other woven patches.

At Golden Brand, we specialize in crafting high-quality woven patches that bring your brand to life. With nearly two decades of experience in the garment accessory industry, our commitment to excellence and sustainability makes us a leader in our field. Our woven patches are more than just accessories; they are a testament to our dedication to quality and innovation.

1.Why Choose Golden Brand Woven Patches?

  • Expertise and Innovation:

With over 19 years serving the fashion and lifestyle sectors, Golden Brand has established itself as a pioneer in the production of woven patches. Our state-of-the-art technology and innovative designs set us apart.

We understand that each brand is unique. That’s why we offer customized solutions, tailoring our woven patches to meet your specific needs. Whether it’s for school badges, military, clubs, or anniversary celebrations, we ensure your patches reflect your brand’s essence.

  • Sustainability Commitment:

As a sustainable garment accessories manufacturer, we take pride in our environmental commitment. Our processes are designed to minimize impact, ensuring that we not only create beautiful patches but also protect our planet.

  • Comprehensive Service:

From design to delivery, our team offers one-stop solutions for all your woven patch needs. Our expert team is here to guide you through the customization process, ensuring satisfaction at every step.

2.Our Woven Patch Offerings

  • Wide Range of Applications:

Our woven patches are perfect for a variety of applications, including clothing, bags, and accessories. They add a touch of elegance and identity to any item.

  • Advanced Production Techniques:

Utilizing weaving, embroidery, and printing technology, we produce patches that stand out for their quality and detail. Our advanced equipment and skilled craftsmen ensure that every patch is made to perfection.

  • Customizable Design:

Share your vision with us, and let our design team bring it to life. With flexible customization options, we can create patches that perfectly match your brand’s aesthetics.

Choosing Golden Brand means opting for quality, innovation, and sustainability. Let us help you elevate your brand with our exquisite woven patches. Contact us today to learn more about our offerings and how we can assist you in creating the perfect woven patch for your needs.

3. FAQ

3.1 What is a woven patch?

A woven patch is a type of decorative patch commonly used for branding, personalization, or embellishment on clothing, bags, hats, and other textile items. Unlike embroidered patches, which are created by stitching threads onto a base fabric, woven patches are made using a weaving process similar to that used for creating labels and ribbons.

In the production of woven patches, fine threads of various colors are woven together on a loom to create intricate designs and patterns. The woven design is then cut into the desired shape and size, and the edges may be heat-sealed or merrowed to prevent fraying.

Woven patches are known for their high level of detail, crisp lines, and durability. They can feature complex designs, small text, and fine details, making them ideal for reproducing logos, emblems, or intricate artwork accurately. Woven patches are often preferred for their professional appearance and longevity, as the woven construction ensures that the design remains intact even after repeated washing or exposure to wear.

Overall, woven patches are a versatile and durable option for adding custom branding, personalization, or decorative elements to a wide range of textile products.

3.2 How do you make a woven patch?

Making a woven patch involves several steps, including designing the patch, preparing materials, weaving the design, cutting, and finishing. Here’s an overview of the process:

Designing the Patch:

Start by creating a design for your woven patch using graphic design software or by hand sketching.

Keep in mind the size, shape, colors, and level of detail you want for your patch.

Preparing Materials:

Choose the type of fabric for the base of your patch. Common choices include polyester, cotton, or a blend of materials.

Select the threads for weaving the design. Woven patches typically use polyester threads for their durability and vibrant colors.

Weaving the Design:

Set up a jacquard loom or a similar weaving machine capable of creating woven designs.

Program the loom with the design for your patch, specifying the colors and pattern.

Thread the loom with the chosen colors of thread according to the design.

Start the weaving process, allowing the loom to create the woven design according to your specifications.

Cutting the Patches:

Once the weaving is complete, carefully remove the woven fabric from the loom.

Trim the woven fabric to the desired size and shape for your patches. This can be done manually using scissors or a die-cutting machine for precision.

Finishing:

Apply a backing material to the back of the woven patch to add stability and facilitate attachment to garments or other items. Common backing options include heat-seal adhesive, iron-on backing, or sew-on backing.

Optionally, apply a border around the edge of the patch to prevent fraying. This can be done using a merrowing machine or by heat-sealing the edges.

Quality check each patch to ensure that the design is clear, the edges are neat, and the backing is securely attached.

Packaging and Distribution:

Package the finished woven patches in sets or individually, depending on your preference.

Distribute the patches to customers, retailers, or use them for your own branding or promotional purposes.

By following these steps, you can create custom woven patches with your own designs, suitable for a variety of applications such as apparel decoration, branding, or personalization.

3.3 What are sewn patches called?

Sewn patches are often simply referred to as “sew-on patches” due to the method used to attach them to garments or other items. These patches are designed to be sewn onto fabric using a needle and thread, which allows for secure and durable attachment.

Sew-on patches come in various shapes, sizes, and designs, and they can be made from different materials such as fabric, embroidered thread, or woven material. They are commonly used for decorative purposes, branding, personalization, or to cover holes or imperfections in clothing.

The term “sewn patches” accurately describes these patches’ primary method of attachment and distinguishes them from patches that are ironed on, glued on, or attached using other methods.

3.4 What are the two types of patches?

The two main types of patches are:

Iron-On Patches: Iron-on patches, also known as heat-transfer patches, are designed to be attached to fabric using heat from an iron. These patches typically have a heat-activated adhesive backing that melts when exposed to heat, allowing the patch to adhere to the fabric surface. Iron-on patches are convenient and easy to apply, requiring no sewing skills. However, they may not be as durable as sewn-on patches and can sometimes peel off with repeated washing or exposure to heat.

Sew-On Patches: Sew-on patches, as the name suggests, are attached to fabric using a needle and thread. These patches typically have no adhesive backing and are designed to be stitched onto garments or other textile items. Sew-on patches are more durable than iron-on patches and can withstand repeated washing and wear. They offer a more permanent attachment method and are often preferred for their longevity and security.

Both types of patches have their advantages and are suitable for different applications depending on the desired level of durability, ease of application, and personal preference.

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