3D Embroidery Design Patches

If you are looking for high-contrast designs, embroidered patches are the most suitable. Embroidered patches are made through the combination of many colorful threads to enhance better your design and give out the logo or drawing that pops out in the best way on your product.

One of the most popular types of patches, custom-made embroidered patches are also among the most stylish and trendy patches. Get in touch now if you want high-quality, custom-design embroidered patches.

Custom Embroidery Design Patch

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Special Features

One of the most popular types of patches, custom-made embroidered patches are also among the most stylish and trendy patches. Get in touch now if you want high-quality, custom-design embroidered patches.

Classic Patches

We can customize them for groups, including corporations, sports teams, neighborhoods, motorcycle clubs, et

3D Puff

We can customize them for groups, including corporations, sports teams, neighborhoods, motorcycle clubs, et

Photo Patches

We can customize them for groups, including corporations, sports teams, neighborhoods, motorcycle clubs, et

Frequently Asked Questions

3D Embroidered Patches are decorative fabric patches that feature a raised embroidery design, giving a three-dimensional effect to the artwork.

They are made by layering dense stitches over a base fabric, often incorporating foam to enhance the three-dimensional effect.

Most sturdy fabrics can support 3D embroidery, but it’s best used on items that don’t require frequent washing, like caps, bags, and jackets.