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A leading supplier of custom-made embroidery badges, patches and embleems. More than thousands of happy customers across Europe.
Apeldoorn, the Netherlands
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We are specialist in design and manufacturing of embroidery badges, based in the Netherlands. We have been delivering embroidery badges acros Europe for more than 20 years. We make embroidery badges in all kind of shape, size and with iron-on backing, or velcro.
"The badges have just arrived! And ... they are fantastic! Really TOP!
Thank you for the excellent cooperation, great production and super fast delivery!
Where can I post my positive criticism? Until the next delivery! "- Gistel, Belgium
"I am very satisfied with the result. If I have to print or embroider something in the future, I know the address. Thank you for the good service."
"As of today, I have received your badges tomorrow and I or yes, we are amazed at the beautiful work you have done."
Embroidered emblems and badges, patches are badges on which a logo / design is stitched, which you can sew on clothing, vest, cap, hat, glove, bag etc, iron on (with iron-on layer) or stick on (with velcro or velcro).
Embroidered emblems and badges or patches give a classic and 3D look. They are very suitable for, among other things, soldiers, police, emergency services, astronauts, associations, sports clubs, scouting groups, companies, etc.
Because embroidered emblems and badges or patches are made with slightly thicker threads / threads and your design or logo is stitched onto the surface of the badges, they are very suitable for clean, clear and simple designs. If your design contains many details and fine letters, we recommend the woven badges.
Via 3 simple steps you can have perfectly personalized emblems and badges or patches made with us:
Send your application today.
Then you will receive a price proposal and / or working drawing within 24 hours.
Within 2-4 days you will receive the photos of the test sample for approval and delivery in approx. 2-3 weeks.
We can supply badges, patches and emblems from 10 pieces, in all shapes and sizes. Our customers consist of:
It does not mean that you cannot have a complicated design made that is beautiful:
Complex designs are converted into beautiful badges
How color graduation is handled, when it is unavoidable:
Convert your design is craftsmanship (turning an poster into an embroidered badge, 350 mm high):
What are the finishing options?
With iron-on layer / glue layer: with us the badges are provided with a iron-on layer / glue layer as standard with which you can iron the badges on the garment. Sometimes it is useful that you first iron on the badge and then possibly sew it on.
Without glue layer / iron-on layer: Because the badges with iron-on layer / glue layer are sturdy and slightly thicker, it is slightly more difficult to stitch them. Emblems and badges or patches without an iron-on or glue layer are easier to stitch.
Velcro / velcro: You can have your emblems and badges or patches fitted with velcro / velcro. We supply the badges with double-sided Velcro / Velcro at low costs. The hard Velcro with hooks are already sewn onto the badges by us and we also supply the soft Velcro.
Self-adhesive embroidered badges: For temporary placement of your embroidered badges on your garment, we can provide the badges with self-adhesive layer of glue. You can easily remove them after use.
Before you iron the badge on the garment, make sure that the back of the iron-on layer of the badge is clean. Set the temperature to approx. 190 - 200 degrees (in celcius). The max temperature is partly determined by the max allowed temperature of the item of clothing on which the badge must be ironed.
Note: Do not use a steam function during ironing.
Place the badge in the right place, press the iron on the badge for 30 - 40 seconds. Then (if possible) press the iron on the back of the badge for 20 seconds. Then it's done.
To ensure that the badge is not damaged, you can put a thin cotton cloth (eg handkerchief, sheet or pillowcase ect) on the badge before you start ironing.
Be careful not to use a cotton cloth with color to prevent you from transferring the color to the badge.
The best thing is that you sew the badge here and there after you have ironed it on the garment, then the badge is always firmly attached.
(Disclaim: You are responsible for ironing the badge. We are not responsible for any damage that may possibly be caused by following this instruction.)
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