Custom dyed patches with unlimited color and detail

Some people think they only want embroidered patches, but there are alternatives. Made in the USA. No minimum order. And sometimes doing techniques which can't be done by embroidery.

Our dye sublimation patches have very crisp text and detail, with no small threads to fray and blur the words. We can reproduce photos, drawings without simplifying the design, pattern in the border and delicate color shading.

reproduce single military patch for jacket reproduce unusual shape patch detailed logo with gradient on patch student and children art on patch art on patch without simplifying photo patch logo patch with gradient design dye a pattern into a patch border reproduce art on a patch

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8th in the series: Things Embroidery Can't Do...reproduce a single military patch. Whether for a shadow box or a jacket,...

Posted by ColorPatch on Friday, April 8, 2016

7th in the series: Things Embroidery Can't Do...reproduce a detailed logo which has gradients and fine lines. Note the...

Posted by ColorPatch on Monday, March 21, 2016

6th in the series: Things Embroidery Can't Do...reproduce children's art. We deepen and enhance colors, and remove...

Posted by ColorPatch on Monday, March 14, 2016

5th in the series: Things Embroidery Can't Do...reproduce a drawing without needing to simplify it. Which patch would...

Posted by ColorPatch on Monday, February 22, 2016

4th in the series: Things Embroidery Can't Do...reproduce a photo onto a patch. Only our process of dye sublimation can...

Posted by ColorPatch on Wednesday, February 17, 2016

3rd in the series: Things Embroidery Can't Do...reproduce a gradient pattern background.Here is a water pattern as a...

Posted by ColorPatch on Monday, February 8, 2016

2nd in the series: Things Embroidery Can't Do.....have a multi-colored patch border.How? We use pre-edged patch...

Posted by ColorPatch on Monday, February 1, 2016

Starting a new series: Things Embroidery Cannot Do. Here is the first installment, a detailed drawing onto an 8x10 back...

Posted by ColorPatch on Monday, January 25, 2016