Custom Your Own Fluffy Chenille Patches
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Inspiring Customer Projects
Chenille Letter Patches
Chneille Anime Patch
Chenille Heart Patch
Glitter Chenille Patch
Alphabet Chenille Patch
Colorful Chenille Patch
Chenille Flag Patch
Chenille Bear Patch
Animal Chenille Patch
Custom Chenille Patch Technic
Chenille Patch Back
Velcro Back( Hook and Loop)
Iron On Back
Sew On Back
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Frequently Asked Questions About Custom Chenille Patches
Why towel chenille patches are more expensive than normal embroidery patches?
The main reasons why towel embroidery is more expensive than regular embroidery are as follows:
- Material cost: Towel embroidery typically uses softer and more absorbent towels as the base material, which are relatively more expensive than regular fabrics used in standard embroidery.
- Complexity and craftsmanship: Due to the finer fibers of towels, the embroidery process is more intricate and requires higher levels of skill and craftsmanship. Additional steps may be involved to ensure the embroidery is securely fastened to the towel, adding to the complexity and time required, hence increasing the cost.
What's chenille fabric made of?
Chenille fabric is made from a type of yarn known as chenille yarn. Chenille yarn is made by twisting short lengths of yarn together around a core, creating a soft and fuzzy texture. The word “chenille” comes from the French word for caterpillar, reflecting the fabric’s fuzzy appearance.
Traditionally, chenille yarn was made from cotton, but nowadays, it can also be made from synthetic materials like polyester, acrylic, or rayon. These synthetic fibers offer more versatility in terms of colors and textures, making chenille fabric available in a wide range of options.
How chenille patches are made?
Design and digitizing: The first step is to create the design of the patch. This can be done by hand drawing or using graphic design software. Once the design is finalized, it needs to be digitized. Digitizing involves converting the design into a digital format that can be read by embroidery machines.
Cutting chenille yarn: Chenille yarn, which is typically made of cotton or synthetic fibers, comes in various colors and thicknesses. The appropriate color of chenille yarn is chosen according to the design, and the yarn is cut into the required lengths. These yarn pieces will form the fuzzy surface of the chenille patch.
Stabilizing the base fabric: The base fabric on which the chenille patch will be embroidered needs to be stabilized to ensure proper stitching. Stabilizers are used to keep the fabric taut and prevent puckering during the embroidery process.
Embroidery: The embroidery machine reads the digitized design and starts stitching the chenille yarn onto the base fabric. The yarn is laid down in a tight zig-zag pattern, creating a plush and textured surface. The chenille yarn is attached to the fabric using a chain stitch, which secures the yarn in place.
Trimming: Once the chenille embroidery is complete, the excess yarn is trimmed from the edges to give the patch its final shape.
Backing and finishing: To make the patch more durable and ready for application, a backing material, such as heat-seal(iron on) or adhesive backing, is added to the back of the patch. This allows the patch to be easily attached to garments or other items.
Quality control: The finished chenille patches undergo a quality control process to ensure that they meet the desired standards in terms of design accuracy, stitching quality, and overall appearance.
After these steps, these varsity chenille patches are ready to be used for various purposes, such as on letterman jackets, hats, bags, and other clothing or accessories. Chenille patches are popular for their textured and retro look, making them a favored choice for adding a vintage touch to garments and accessories.
What't the MOQ for my custom chenille patches? And is there size limit and color number limit?
Hekang company set no minimum for custom chenille patches, which means you can choose any quantity you like. For size, we can customize most any size and shape as you like. (Tips: chenille yarn is thicker than normal embroidery yearn, if the size of patches is too small, should use normal embroidery to show details). As for the color limit, full chenille patches can do colors no more than 6 colors.
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