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Shop Embroidered Patches You Can Sew-on or Iron-on to Your Clothes

We specialize in embroidered patches, our customers are mostly Bikers and Veterans but we have all expanded our collection to include all sorts of different iron on designs. You can sew or iron on all our patches to your clothing. We have iron on patch instructions. Our Selection of iron on patches have expanded to a few thousand different designs since we opened up our shop in 2009. We are ready to ship your order right away. Everything we sell is in stock. If we are sold out of a patch, sign up for a notification. Check out our Patch Blog for latest news and opinions

End Of The Trail Small Patch | Embroidered Patches
    $6$3
Bunny With Bow Patch | Embroidered Patches
    $3
Wolf Small Iron on Patch
    $6$3
Brown Bear Patch Small | Embroidered Patches
    $6$3
Bear Patch Small | Embroidered Patches
    $6$3
Don't Tread On Me Small Patch | US Military Veteran Patches
    $3.50$3
Wolfpack Patch With Howling Wolf | Embroidered Biker Patches
    $4$3
Don't Tread On Me Black White Patch | US Military Veteran Patches
    $3.50$3
Small Pitbull Patch | Embroidered Patches
    $6$3
Wolf Moon Small Patch | Embroidered Patches
    $6$3
Big foot Sasquatch Patch
    $5$3
Lone Wolf No Clubs Patch | Embroidered Patches
    $4$3
Small Cartoon Wolf Patch | Embroidered Patches
    $5$3
Wolf And Feathers Medium Patch | Embroidered Patches
    $10
Lone Wolf No Club New Patch | Embroidered Biker Patches
    $30
Left Silver Eagle Wing Patch | Embroidered Patches
    $10
Red Spider And Web Patch | Embroidered Patches
    $3.50
Large Pitbull Back Patch | Embroidered Patches
    $20
End Of The Trail Medium Patch | Embroidered Patches
    $10
Right Silver Eagle Wing Patch | Embroidered Patches
    $10
Lion Patch | Embroidered Patches
    $3.50$2.63
Small Wolf Patch | Embroidered Patches
    $6$3

Things you should know about our Embroidered Iron on Patches

All our embroidered patches can be ironed on with the exception of blank patches. You'll notice a plastic iron on backing on the back of the patch. There is an invisible layer of iron on glue applied over this surface. It activates when a 270 degree heat is applied to it. When ironing on a patch your goal is to activate the glue and not melt the plastic. It's very important that you iron on a patch properly at the proper temperature. If you don't take the necessary steps to get to the right temperature setting your results will be less than satisfactory.

For some people, when they think of embroidered patches they think of the old patches that were not very detail oriented.  However, in recent years there has been a distinct jump in the technology for making patches that has enabled them to make smaller and smaller patches that still feature many details and can be made in many different colors and styles.  That means that you could have a patch that has many different parts and colors and it will still look wonderful.  Not only that, but the smaller and more intricate designs that were not available just a few short years ago are now options.

There are also a variety of different styles of embroidered patches that were not around before.  For example, you can get a number of different animal patches that look great.  Or, if you prefer, you can get patches that are designed to remember our veterans and our soldiers.  There is even a wider assortment of patches that are specifically geared toward women, like butterflies, skulls with bows, etc.  If you want something to accentuate your outfit or accessories then you will be able to find the perfect patch for you.

The best thing about embroidered patches is that they can easily be attached to any type of material because they are coated with a heat activated adhesive.  This means that the back of the patch has specialized glue that will bond with the fabric to make sure that the patch is firmly anchored.  However, if you are putting the patch on something leather you will not want to iron the patch on because the heat from the iron could damage the leather by scarring or puckering it.