Top 20 Ways to Wear A Patch

There are hundreds of different ways to use an embroidered, sublimated or digitally printed patch. It’s uses are solely limited by the level of imagination of the actual wearer. Looking for some inspiration? Here are 20 of the several hundred ways you can use a patch, just to get you started:

  1. On military, police, security or fire fighter uniforms 
  2. To cover up a direct embroidery logo
  3. On promotional corporate apparel
  4. On a school uniform
  5. On college / university promotional apparel
  6. For a karate club
  7. On restaurant staff uniforms
  8. As handout items for trade shows
  9. For Boy / Girl Scout uiforms
  10. For motorcycle clubs
  11. Heat sealed onto a laptop or tablet case
  12. Personalize your own t-shirts and other apparel
  13. On a purse/tote bag
  14. On a hat / cap
  15. Stuck to your laptop or computer monitor 
  16. Customize a pair of jeans
  17. On a smart phone cover
  18. As a piece of art framed on your wall
  19. On a stuffed animal
  20. Pass them out as promotional items at events 

Do you know any other ways you can use a patch? Let us know in the comments or through any of our social media channels listed below! Your suggestions could end up on our list in our next blog post!

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Posted on January 30, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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