Embroidered Patches Made By Topone Accessories Limited

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Embroidered Patches Customization is our specialty, it’s easy to follow us to make your custom patches.

An embroidered patch is a great way to showcase your logo and promote what you are offering. Differ from direct embroidery, embroidered patches could be easily applied to pants, shirts, sweaters, sweatshirts, jackets, caps and just about any other form of clothing.

Embroidered patches are far less expensive than direct embroidery. High stitch count designs are only affordable with embroidered patches. and new computerized design and sewing technologies have served to reduce manufacturing costs.

More features could be used on embroidered patches, such as glow-in-the-dark and 3 Dimensional options. With today’s computerized design process, embroidered patches truly stand out more than directly embroidered images.

Embroidered patches have become a pop culture today. Not only for companies, but also for many individuals and groups, all are making fashion statements with embroidered patches which could show your creative personality and design in a unique appearance. Patches are in!

3 Different Shapes of Embroidered Patches As a significan Example of Topone Accessories Embroidered Patches

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How to customize embroidered Patches?

Follow below easy steps to customize and you’ll get satisfied products.
Choose the base material that best fits your desired look and feel.
Various backing options perfectly match with different kinds of materials.

Freely customize with different shapes and edges to get amazing effects.

Upgrading effect like wire embroidery or luminous would be icing on the cake.

How to Choose Base Material?

Generally speaking, any fabric that could be pierced by an embroidery needle can be used for embroidery. There are infinite possibilities for fabrics. Unless specified by customers, normally we would prefer to suggest the most suitable ones, which could be done with better quality, nicer designs and reasonable prices. Our rich experience and super sewing technologies are our strength for the fabric.

Polyester Blend Twill

Polyester blend twill is the most commonly used fabric. Most of the embroidered patches are made with this due to its smooth twill and moderate thickness.
Blank Patches with Polyester Blend Twill


Velvet is generally used for high-end bullion patches. Though customers sometimes prefer to use this velvet, we did not suggest as it is quite sticky-dust.

Velvet Blank Patches


Canvas is normally used for those patches which need to be done with frayed or washed effect. It is suitable for those patches with higher standard.

Topone Canvas Patches with White Screen printed logo and raised woven border


Leather is normally used for high-end clothing. The quality is not easy to be controlled during the embroidery process due to its feature, so it has been seldom used.

Leather Patches with Embossed Logo TEXAS FOR BLANK PATCHES

Microfibre Leather

Microfibre leather has a high-end and noble feature but it is much more expensive than the other fabrics. With the same disadvantage as the leather, it is not so popular.   

Microfiber Leather Base Material for Blank Patches

Woven Damask

Woven Damask​ could be shown with a much higher quality on clothing. It is relatively with a higher cost but as the fabric is special, so customers would like to use.

Woven-Damask Base Material for Blank Patches


Felt is the 2nd most commonly used fabric except polyester blend Twill. It could be combined with other fabrics and most of the customers prefer to use this.
Black Felt Base Material for Blank Patches


Nylon is not particularly popular as it is mainly used for bullion patches. With similar feeling like velvet, it is easy for embroidery and have many colors available.

Nylon Base Material For Blank Patches

Embroidered Patches Backing Selection

There are many backing options when you are customizing your own custom patches. And customers need to fully understand each of the backing options as each represents a different purpose. You need to know the most ideal backing material, the best quality of the clothing, and the length of time the patch backing will last to determine what you really need to proceed for your order.

Below are the available backings for custom patches which we normally use.

Iron-On Backing

Iron-on backing is also called heatseal backing. Patches could be easily seated on clothing by using an iron, and this backing is perfect for ceremonial and casual wear which has been commonly used.
Iron-On Backing1

Adhesive Backing

Adhesive backing can be easily removable, versatile but less permanent than other backings as back is pressed with glue. It is convenient and quite popular with customers for single event.
Adhesive Backing

Iron-On With Rope

Iron-on with rope backing offers an extra rope on iron-on backing, which could be used for hanging. If the fabric or clothing is quite light, then iron-on with rope backing would be quite suitable.

Iron-On Backing with Rope

Non-Woven Backing

Non-woven backing has a non-woven fabric at the back. This could help to make the soft fabric a little bit stiffer. Using this backing the embroidery would be much easier to be made.

Non Woven Backing

Self-fabric Backing

Self-fabric Backing adds a self-fabric at the back, which could make both sides done with embroidery. The effect is quite nice and also it is a good way to hide the back stitching.
Self Fabric Backing

Plain Cotton with Pins

Plain cotton at the back could hide the stitching well, and pins with butterfly clutches could easily fix the patches to the clothing. The said backing is mainly used on bullion patches.
Thin Plain Cotton Backing with Pins

Plain Cotton Backing

Plain cotton backing has almost the same effect as plain cotton with pins. Though pins are removed, it could also hide the stitching well. This backing is normally used for high-end clothing.

Thin Plain Cotton Backing

Thin Plastic Backing

Plastic backing gives the patch rigidity and helps it keep its shape over the years. This backing can be used on patches of every shape and size and is thin enough to allow you to sew your patch onto fabric.

Thin Plastic Backing

Velcro Hook Backing

Velcro hook backing is often used for military patches and is popular among law enforcement branches. The backing is composed of tiny hooks that allows you to attach the patch to a soft backing for a secure connection.

Velcro Hook Backing1

Velcro Loop Backing

Velcro loop backing is often used for military patches and is popular among law enforcement branches. The backing is composed of tiny loops that allows you to attach the patch to a soft backing for a secure connection.

Velcro Loop Backing

Velcro Pair Backing

Velcro pair backing is quite convenient as hoops and loops are made in pairs, so If there is no fastener area, all customers need to do is to sew the loop fastener to clothing which is quite easy.
Velcro Pair Backing

No Backing

No backing should be the most commonly used one. Patches with no backings are flexible and lightweight. And the best time to order is to sew them to clothing or other types of fabrics.

No Backing

Border & Edge

Below are the commonly used ways for borders and edges.

Merrow Border

Merrowed Border adds a touch of elegance to the patches. It has been used a lot as it is a wonderful option for patches that are shaped into a circle, rectangle, square or triangle. It gives your patch durability.
merrow Border

Embroidery Border

Embroidery Border offers a unified effect for the patch as the thread used is the same as the embroidery. Compared with the merrowed border, this border has a better quality but it cost a little bit more.
Embroidery Border

Fabric Border

Fabric border has an extra fabric on the border which offers an alternate option for customers. With the fabric border customers could choose either to sew the patches on clothing or iron the patches on clothing.

Fabric Border

Frayed Edge

Frayed edge offers a special effect for the patches. A brushing or washing on the edge makes the edge to be quite soft and nice-looking. Disadvantage is that this edge is a little bit more expensive than the other options.
Frayed Edges

No Border

No border patches are mainly for customer who want to make embroidery border by themselves or do not want any border. Such patch would not be done with full embroidery and a space for at least 3~5mm would be left.
No Border

Premium Upgrades

There are many upgrading options that could be added on your patches. Below listed are commonly used ones.

Extra Thread Colors (10-12)

Extra Thread Colors (10-12)

12 Or More Thread Colors

12 Or More Thread Colors

Button Loop

Button Loop

Glow In The Dark (10% Emboidery)

Glow In The Dark (10% Emboidery)

Glow In The Dark (25% Embroidery)

Glow In The Dark (25% Embroidery)

Glow In The Dark (50% Embroidery)

Glow In The Dark (50% Embroidery)

Metallic Thread

Metallic Thread

Neon Thread

Neon Thread

Puff Embroidery (3D)

Puff Embroidery (3D)

Swarovski Crystals

Swarovski Crystals

Patches We've Made

As shown on above, there are a lot of options for patches. If you want to customize or quote, please feel free to call our sales by phone or send e-mail to [email protected]