Great for 3D elements and waterproof
PVC patches are made of Polyvinyl chloride and are perfect for some of the most creative designs.
They allow for Pantone color matching, which is not available with thread-based and embroidered products. As such, PVC patches are perfect for use with demanding corporate branding standards.
Additionally, they allow for much finer detail to be produced and for 3D design elements to be incorporated. Susceptible to neither extreme heat nor extreme cold, PVC patches are waterproof and excel in outdoor applications.
Easy Online Ordering
Start your artwork and quote request in less than 2 minutes and we'll turn your designs and illustrations into a custom patch design ready for production.
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Review your proof shortly after checkout and request changes until you're happy.
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Why Patch Depot is the Best
We make the process of ordering custom Embroidered Patches easy! Our staff is here to help. We will guide you through the process of selecting the perfect style of patch, assist you in choosing a backing type, and help you determine the right size patches for your situation, application, and design. We'll be there every step of the way!
How To Make Custom Patches
So, you have an idea for your new custom patches, you may even have a direction for your design, and now you’re ready to turn that idea into a patch. What do you do next?
It's simple! Just click the "Free Quote" button anywhere on the site, and our art team will get right to work crafting an original design from your ideas, and you'll have your first free proof ready and in your inbox within 48 hours.
When we create patches, our goal is to create a design that best represents your project. For this reason, we offer unlimited revisions until you are completely satisfied with the design, materials, size and colors.
Why are PVC patches made?
Made popular by the military and related industries, PVC patches are suitable for any application in which a durable, flexible, lightweight, and striking patch design is required. Oftentimes, a PVC patch can outlast the garment or piece of gear to which it is attached. The most popular backing for PVC patches is a Velcro backing. This allows the patch to be easily added and removed from uniforms and gear. Also known as "morale patches", our custom PVC patches are becoming immensely popular with civilians and military units alike.
Patch Depot offers:
- Superior design freedom.
- Long lasting products.
- Low production costs.
- Small minimum order quantities.
- Free shipping.
We make the process of ordering custom PVC Patches easy! Our staff is here to help. We will guide you through the process of selecting the perfect style of patch, assist you in choosing a backing type, and help you determine the right size patches for your situation, application, and design. We'll be there every step of the way!
Here are just a few of our satisfied clients and customers
How are PVC Patches Made?
Custom patches are a great way to share your logo or brand with others. A more creative approach you can take is using custom patch as collector's items that showcase your artistic talent. Whether it's a simple logo or a complex art piece, a great embroidered patch always starts with a striking design.
Even if you have no art or design skills, Patch Depot can help! Our staff of artists and designers have years of digital art experience, and are more than happy to assist you in the design process. If you’re not confident in creating your own patch design, you can always send us your ideas in the form of written notes or even a small sketch. We even take doodles on a napkin! You would be shocked to see how capable our team is at bringing your ideas to life!
Once a digital proof is made, we will send you the proof and quote via email. Feel free to respond with any design changes you'd like to see. Once you approve your design and a payment is made, patch production begins.
A unique mold is made with CAD machine and cutter. Each design has it's own unique mold. Next, a base color is poured into the unique mold. Then the other colors are added in layers until all the colors are poured and cooled.
The final step is adhering your choice of attachment backing to your patch.
To get started on your custom patches today, just email us, or complete our quick and convenient Free Quote form! Once you do, our sales representatives will contact you with further details. Patch Depot is ready to help you get started on your custom patch project, and we can't wait to hear from you!
Patch Depot Reviews
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“I highly recommend Patch Depot. Our patches came out just as we expected them to, and they look great!.”
“Very happy with the ease of ordering and the templates provided. Turnaround time was adequate. Quality was great! Will use again”
Do you have a minimum quantity of patches that has to be ordered?
Yes, there is a minimum quantity of 100 patches per design. We can create a smaller batch of patches but there is a $55.00 under-minimum fee as well as an increase in the patch unit cost. We can offer as few as 50 patches per design, if you are willing to pay the additional costs.
Does iron on backing help patches stay in place?
Iron On backing is durable. It’s meant to last. It adheres to most fabrics and can handle most washing machines and dryers (50-70 wash and dry). We can send you more specific Iron On instructions per your request.
How many colors can my patch have?
We offer up to 7 thread colors for FREE with every patch order. Additional colors are only 10 cents extra per color. This allows you to have the exact patch you want! We don’t place a restriction on the total number of colors featured on your patch.
How do I measure my patch design so I can calculate the size and cost of my patch?
To get the size of your patch, you need to follow a simple calculation of (Height + Width) / 2. Add together the largest height and the largest width of your patch and divide that number by two. Simple as that!