An embroidered patch is essentially a piece of art which is created by sewing thread onto a fabric backing. Modern techniques incorporate computer controlled embroidery machines with multiple embroidery heads the can sew designs much quicker than years ago. The finished patches are generally sewn on, ironed on, or can even have a Velcro backing.
It is not how they are made or attached that makes them unique, rather what they represent. Custom embroidered patches can be designed using an organizations logo, event or message, and can be used for identification on advertising purposes.
PinMart expects that customers will use embroidered patches much like they do lapel pins: Brand awareness; new product launches; corporate identity; clubs; and military units. PinMart plans a line a custom patches that will allow for complete customization and Stock Patches available in many different categories and designs that will be “In Stock” and ready to ship. Perhaps one of the largest uses for embroidered patches however can be for scouting and the military.
Scout patches are available for hundreds of different skills and achievements and can be customized to specific troops or dens. Military patches can be seen on almost every uniform of all the military branches. The majority of military patches sold today are not standard military issue; they are “specialized” designs created for specific military units, specialties, skills, and regimens.
PinMart, Inc. is a privately held company located in Mount Prospect Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, specializing in the design and manufacture of emblems, embroidered patches, and emblematic jewelry, both domestically and abroad. PinMart sells embroidered patches and custom patches via its online store and offers custom challenge coin design and manufacturing. Since that time PinMart has taken
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