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Blank Patch Embroidery: Step by Step Instructions

28th April 2009

Blank Patch Embroidery: Step by Step Instructions

One of the questions that we get asked most often is how to embroider a single blank patch.  Since we sell blank patches, it would make sense that we would get asked this question and over the two years of EnMart’s existence, we’ve worked to develop a satisfactory answer.  Quite frankly, our parent company, Ensign Emblem, which makes the blank patches, never embroiders one patch at a time.  We’re more likely to do hundreds at a time.  Still, we do have a lot of embroidery experts here, so we put our heads together and created a set of instructions for embroidering our patches.

The good news is the process is quite easy.  Our instruction sheet only has six steps, from selecting your blanks to taking your finished patch off the machine.  We also offer all the supplies you need to embroider your patch, from the Peel and Stick backing you use to secure the patch to the embroidery machine you use to embroider the patch.  We even offer heat presses if you need to seal your embroidered patch to the garment.   It probably  goes without saying that we’d be happy to supply the thread you use to embroider the patch as well.

In addition to blank patches, EnMart is working on adding sublimated patches to our store and, eventually, custom embroidered patches as well.  We are also contemplating adding the supplies necessary to make patches from scratch, like the fabric and the heat seal backing.  While we’d love to supply all your blank patch needs, we do recognize that some people like to do it themselves. Whatever your needs when it comes to blank emblems, EnMart is dedicated to being your supplier.

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There are currently 9 responses to “Blank Patch Embroidery: Step by Step Instructions”

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  1. 1 On July 6th, 2009, Bonita Fanning said:

    I would like to make my own patches. I have a Janome embroidery machine. I would like to know more about how to make my own patches.
    Bonita fanning.

  2. 2 On July 31st, 2009, karen wall said:

    i am an embroidery company, and have been ask lately about making patches for sewing on garments… I have amaya sewing machines. I do some digitizineing, but know when it is beond me i have it done…… I don’t know much about it can you help me out…… I don’t even know what to ask… HELP thanks karen

  3. 3 On August 4th, 2009, Jan S said:

    I make embroidered patches all the time. I make mine from craft felt if they are being sewn on caps or wool garments (I make lots or re-enactment patches). I embroider them then add the border. I just use my built in border patterns to make the outside seam and cut the patch out from the fabric. They are very easy to make.

  4. 4 On August 12th, 2009, Bonita said:

    To Jan S, Thanks, I don’t know if I have a built in border for the outside seam. I have a janmone 350E. If I do I will make my own patches.

  5. 5 On October 19th, 2009, Ida said:

    I’m looking to make patches. I don’t know how to do them if you can help me i would be so greatful. Ida

  6. 6 On October 21st, 2009, What’s the Answer Wednesday: Blank Patches » EnMart Embroidery Talk said:

    [...] Blank Patch Embroidery:  Step by Step Instructions [...]

  7. 7 On February 1st, 2010, Angie said:

    Have you added the ability to buy the supplies to make your own patches? I am looking for the material, backing and heat seal products.

  8. 8 On December 18th, 2010, Jacque Evans said:

    I would like to make embroidery pataches with a lace filled background instead of twill or cloth. I made one several years ago but for the life of me can’t remember what I did. Must be an age thing. LOL I have a picture if anyone would like to see it. I hope someone has a clue for me.

  9. 9 On October 21st, 2011, mark said:

    I am unable to open the how to embroider a patch instruction. Please forward a good link

    thank you

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