Embroidered patches are decorative fabric patches that are commonly used on clothing to add details, patterns, logos, letters, and other elements. They are typically made of embroidery thread and fabric, with the thread used to create a design using a combination of colors and stitches.
Embroidered patches can come in different shapes and sizes, such as squares, circles, triangles, and can be cut to specific designs. They can be sewn onto any part of a garment, such as cuffs, pockets, chest, back, and more, to add personalization and uniqueness to the clothing.
Embroidered patches are not only used in personal clothing such as jeans, jackets, t-shirts, etc., but are also widely used in uniforms of organizations such as the military, police, fire departments, etc., to display their insignia and rank. They can be applied to clothing using various methods, including sewing, ironing, or adhesive backing, depending on the type of patch and the fabric it is being applied to.