No matter how small or large your business, patches can help spread the word about it. You can draw attention to your brand by creating something eye-catching and unique with custom patches.

Many of the most well-known brands in the world have used patches for years. Your brand can be seen everywhere your custom patches are worn, such as on shirts, jackets, and jackets. This is great advertising, and it works.

There are multiple types of patches. Here are seven of the most common patches that you need to know.

  1. Embroidery Patches

These patches are great for logos and designs that are brightly colored and well-contrast. Embellishment patches are the most common type of patch available. A cloth badge, also known as an embroidery patch, is a piece made from embroidery using lots of threads and fabric backing.

Embroidery patches are a great way to show your brand's professionalism and establish your brand. These patches can be customized to display your company logo, company name, or any other design that you choose.

  1. Leather Patches

Leather patches are luxurious in appearance and quality. These patches are available in embossed and debossed options, making them stand out.

Debossed leather patches have recessed designs and are sunken into the patches' surface. Embossed leather patch feature raised design while debossed patches feature recessed design. Both debossed and embossed patches are made from high-quality leather, which only looks better with time.

You can add leather patches to jackets, bags, jackets, vests, and hats as well as backpacks and other items.

  1. PU Leather Patches

PU Leather Patches are made from high-grade artificial leather. These patches have a premium, soft feel and can be embossed or personalized with your logo. The patches are a great addition to Levis jeans. They add style and sophistication to your jeans. The PU patches look better as they age.

PU leather patches are classic in their appeal. These patches are unique and eye-catching and can be used on all types of clothing, bags, and luggage.

  1. Chenille Patches

Chenille patches are a great way to promote your brand if your logo isn't too complicated. Chenille patch is made with two layers of material. The felt layer at the bottom gives the patches a soft texture.

Two-layer construction gives Chenille patches a fuzzy/fluffy surface. Letterman patches are also known as Chenille patches. Why? They're the same type of patches found on high school letterman jackets. Those jackets are still in fashion. The large, bold, and colorful patches at the front made them look great.

  1. PVC Patches

This patch is the ideal combination of style and durability. PVC patches are made of durable, soft plastic material and are great for bringing your message, logo, or design to life.

PVC patch comes in many sizes and shapes. PVC patches are extremely durable. They are resistant to cracking, fraying, peeling, and fading. These patches are ideal for outdoor use. This PVC material is known as polyvinyl chloride. It is a kind of plastic that feels similar to rubber and is highly valued for its durability.

  1. Iron-On Patches

The easiest way to personalize clothes and accessories is with iron-on patches. These patches can be applied quickly and easily with heat. Iron-on patches are often used to cover uniforms, jackets, bags, and hats.

Iron-on patches are not like embroidery patches, which must be sewn. They have a layer made of plastic with a thin layer of heat-activated glue/adhesive. An iron-on patch can be attached to any item without the need for sewing skills.

  1. Woven Patches

The look of woven patches is similar to embroidery patches. However, woven patches aren't as raised as their embroidery counterparts. Because woven patches are made from thinner threads, they don't have the same raised look as their embroidery counterparts. Because the thread is thinner, it's possible to get more detail.

Your logo or design may be too complicated for embroidery patches. Woven Patches would work well. You have more options for work because the thread is thinner.