True Customization Features
“Chenille” is French for “caterpillar”, this technique and yarn is believed to have been founded in France 300 years ago, this soft, furry, feathery yarn has a caterpillar fur appearance and feel to it, hence it’s called Chenille. Although not recommended for overly precise and detailed designs, chenille is basically used in simple designs and used as a body filler to fill any outline design to give it a premium and rich look in small and large designs like letters, numbers and shapes.
If you are looking to design and create custom chenille patches whether they be small or large letters, numbers or any other design we here at UltraPatches are experts in designing chenille for all kinds of uses, whether it is for your letterman or varsity jackets or you want to use chenille on a normal embroidered patch coupled with machine embroidery. You won’t go wrong with our quality and superb service. Our patches stand out from the crowd and are sure to give a premium feel with a bang for your buck.
A chenille patch bordered by a single layer of felt.
Patch bordered with double felt layering to give a more premium feel.
Patch bordered with a triple layer to give a more premium look and increase the thickness and weight of the patch.
A standard chain stitch border right after the chenille yarn outlining the design, between the chenille and felt layers.
Chenille patch bordered with a merrowed interlock stitch on the first layer of felt.
An embroidered border on the first layer of felt
1-2 Yarn Colors
Our chenille patches are priced on a standard of 1-2 colors.
3-6 Yarn Colors
Add more than 3 and up to 6 yarn colors to your chenille patches.
Add a little bit of embroidery to your chenille patch
Sticky backing that adheres to most kind of fabrics easily by ironing. Also known as heat press. Its ease of use, price and adherence to almost all kinds of fabric makes it a common choice of customers.
(Hook or Loop)Atttach, Remove , Repeat. Velcro backings is a set of strips consisting of a hook strip and loop strip. It’s a good feature if you have to replace patches frequently.
Peel and Stick
Peel off the protective paper and stick the patch to any material. Good for short term usage.
Can be used and removed again and again for temporary and long term use.
Insert the fabric between both parts of the magnet and you are good to go.
So you want to make a patch but you don’t want to use it on your garment? How about a patch with magnetic backing, you can affix it in your car, on your refrigerator or any other surface that can be used to affix a magnet. Good for attaching to metal surfaces, cars or a fridge.
Hang your patch on a button it’s great for patches that are for temporary or short term use. The patches can be hanged on a button or lapel pin with the help of the loop and can be easily taken off for later use. No sewing, No gluing. Just hang them.
A thin layer of plastic is added on the back of the patch