How To Customize Your Military Unit Patch

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Embroidered patches are more than just color and thread. For military officials they represent their individual squadron they serve in. What better way to show your military service and pride than by exhibiting your squadron insignia in a patch.

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How To Customize Your Military Unit Patch

  1. 1. How To Customize Your Military Unit PatchEmbroidered patches are more than just color and thread. For military officials theyrepresent their individual squadron they serve in. What better way to show your military service and pride than by exhibiting your squadron insignia in a patch. Not only is Linx Corporation a proud supporter of the men and women who serve for our country but we take pride in our knowledge of design details that go into military patches. That said we are able to appeal to all branches of the military service from the Marines, Air force, Army, Navy and Coast Guard units. Whether it be colorschemes, design shapes or coverage we have your covered.How Do We Create Patches?The process of making exceptional military embroidered patches is that we produce itbased on our ability to accurately translate your design, logo or idea into the medium ofartwork (digitizing) to our computer controlled embroidery machines.We start with a very high quality twill using equally high quality colored threads that aresewn from the computer generated pattern of threads onto the twill to form the exactdesign that you want.Depending on how the final patch to product will be used, we can apply different types ofbacking material to the underside of the twill of the finished patch. Most military patchesare 100% coverage with Velcro backing although not limited or restricted to can beattached to their military uniforms.What size & or shape should my patch be?There are many common shapes and sizes for military unit patches such as circles,rectangular tabs and/or shield shape but definitely not limited to these alone. We arehappy to show you in art different options.How much coverage does your patch embroidery design have?These illustrations can serve as a guide to the percentage of embroidery coverage yourcustom patch could include.
  2. 2. Consider the embroidery patch samples illustrated with the understanding that the dark orshaded areas are embroidered and the white area represents the un embroideredunderlying twill.

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