Badge Types

Embroidery Badges

An embroidered badge is produced onto a base cloth by a stitching process; it results in a textured and raised design effect. From the friendly police officers that you see on the roads, to local football teams or a martial arts club, embroidered badges continue to be an integral part of uniforms and team wear throughout the UK.More on Embroidered Badges »

Woven Badges

Since woven patches use thinner threads that are woven together instead of embroidered onto a fabric, they are ideal when a design is too detailed or complex to be achieved with the embroidery processMore about Woven Badges »

Combination Badges

An embroidered badge is produced onto a base cloth by a stitching process; it results in a textured and raised design effect. From the friendly police officers that you see on the roads, to local football teams or a martial arts club, embroidered badges continue to be an integral part of uniforms and team wear throughout the UK.Click here to see some samples of combination badges »

Laser Cut Layered Badges

Laser cut 100% polyester twill cut with a laser cutter which sears the edges producing a custom cut that will not fray
We can use up to three layers of twill do give your logo or text a 3 dimensional effect.

Each layer can be outlined with stitches or the design can be ordered as a Machine applique or as Heat transfer using a permanent adhesive that allows the design to be heat pressed without embroidery.Click here to see some samples of Laser cut layered patches »

Woven Labels

These are typical clothing labels for your brand. Also known as Neck Tags or back labels, Woven Labels are essential to help establish a strong brand image for you in the industry.Read More »

Antique Leather Badges

Antique leather badges are actually made of Faux leather. The antique look is achieved by laser etching the actual design on the badge

The badge can be cut in any shape possible.

As Faux leather cannot be heat sealed so the best way is to apply this as a machine applique.Click here to view examples of antique leather »