Custom shirt patches

What are you looking for in a t-shirt patch? Need something that will stand out, but not take up too much room on your shirt or be loud and distracting. We've got the perfect solution with our wide range of patches! Vivipins is your go-to for a wide range of the best shirt patches! We have something that will suit every taste and need. From custom shirt patches, to hats patches - we're sure you'll find what ya're looking for here at ViviPins. Explore the selection at Vivipins and find one that suits your needs now!
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Why Custom Shirt Patches?

These might just be the coolest patches you can find. Custom shirt patches are the perfect way to embellish a plain white t-shirt! One patch can be displayed by itself, or you can mix and match for a unique look. Our selection of patches is carefully curated with a wide variety of patterns to choose from. Use these patches as part of your everyday wardrobe or turn them into accessories that go beyond simple clothing.
Add a personal touch to your clothes.
Be creative and get noticed.
Express yourself through fashion. 
Show off your personality with style.

How We Works?

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Why Choose Us?

When it comes to getting your very own custom patches there is no better choice than us. Why? Because we offer everything you could want in a patch supplier. First off, our patches are custom made so you can get the exact design you want. We are known for creating “thread masterpieces” that stand out and draw favorable comments and reviews. We also do all of this for surprisingly cheap prices. And maybe best of all, we have no minimums! That means you can order as many or as few patches as you want. So to recap, you get striking, professionally designed personalized patches that are of the highest quality and that come with excellent customer service. What could be better than that? Get started today. We also offer fast production and free shipping!
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Frequently Asked Questions

Do iron-on patches work on Tshirts?

The first thing you want to make sure of when buying a t-shirt is the material. Do not buy any shirts that are 100% polyester because they will only last for about six months or less before becoming torn in most cases, and cotton can get worn out after much more time depending on how often it gets washed by hand which results from sweat absorption due both natural oils leaking through fabric pores as well as rubbing against other fabrics even ones made absorbent like towels etc..

Now that you’ve prepared everything, it's time to start pressing! Turn on your household iron and make sure the steam function isn't turned on. Place patches of fabric over different areas around an un-used countertop or set up an ironing board in order to get accurate measurements before taping down each patch with ease. Once all of them are fastened together tightly enough so they don't move during heating process (keeping track!). 

It is now time to put the final touches on your shirt by ironing over its application area with a patch. Make sure that both you and garment are ready for this step, as there will be some stress involved in applying pressure evenly across an entire cloth while simultaneously heating it up at once! It can take practice but keep focused because any mistakes here would mean irreversible damage; not only might they ruin all other garments made from these materials too (including future projects), but also cause serious burns which could leadto hospitalization or even death if left untreated quickly enough.

This is a quick and easy way to apply patches, but make sure you don't move the iron while pressing or else your adhesive will smear. Apply downward pressure for at least 60 seconds with any type of heat press (a gas-powered one requires less time). Test an edge by sticking it onto fabric before affixing more if needed; then set aside until cooled down again in between applications as necessary!

Once you've completed the steps, turn your shirt over and press down on it with an iron. This will make sure any loose fabric is pressed flat against itself so there are no wrinkles when wearing it again!

How big should a patch be on a shirt?

● Girl Scout Patches -  3″ inches.
● Boy Scout Patches -  3″ inches.
● Fire Patches -  4″ to 5″ inches in height.
● Police Patches -  4″ to 5″ inches in height.
● Security Patches - 4″ to 5″ inches in height.
● Military Patches - 4″ Width x 1″ height
● Biker Patches - 12″ 
● Logo Patches - 3.5″ 
● Soccer Patches -3″

What are shirt patches used for?

A patch is a small label that can be sewn onto the fabric of an item or pinned in place. It's one way to create customized clothing, and some people use them for identification purposes while others find it retro cool!

The first recorded usage was by military uniforms more than 4500 years ago; patches have been around since at least 6th century BC due their apparent effectiveness on providing individual recognition between soldiers during battle time periods when they were needed most - which makes sense because who wants someone else wearing your clothes? You get all these compliments too.

The old adage that "necessity is the mother of invention" might never have been more true than for embroidery patches. Embroidered designs, which were originally put on clothes to conceal flaws and mark people in jerseys turned out to be a gold mine when companies started using them as symbols across all industries about five years ago - from government organizations down through sports leagues or businesses alike! 

Young people came out onto the streets in early ’60s to protest against America's involvement in Vietnam. After that, another counter movement emerged with their signs of unity and flower headbands; they were ideologues who embraced love for others as well empathy--but this time there was no room left for any other opinion but theirs. Though these movements significantly impacted worldwide trends (and caused many changes), one thing never changed: Hipsters got military second-hand clothes from festivals like Woodstock or riots after race riots across America then embellished them by applying patches made specifically out cloth which exhibited different kinds symbols such as peace banners...or revolutionary messages meant ironically at best. The meaning of patches has changed, but they're still an identification and unity badge. The hippie movement transformed into the punk rock culture in late ’70s early 80’s when people had just enough peace-and compassion to battle with problems before taking more extreme steps like spikes or chains. 

Punk fashion became popular in the UK and Europe, when designers like Viviane Westwood helped to popularize it. They created clothes for punks who wanted patches of their favorite performers sewn onto jackets or vests with denim fabric stretched over an elastic core. Punks were typically labeled as anti-fashion because they rejected mainstream society by wearing things that would not last long instead if being able to buy new replacements every few months at most - just one example is jeans which are constantly being replaced due small alterations made during production time!

The 80s saw the rise in popularity of heavy metal, which was typically associated with bands like Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin. Metalheads are often stereotyped to be anti-social people who dress all black (even if they don’t wear leather), have long hair down past their shoulders, spend hours playing guitar or showing off tattoos on stage; however this couldn't be further from the truth! These days you might see them sporting spikes while dancing around at a festival or proudly wearing patches--they just love expressing themselves artistically through music no matter what style it takes.

Custom shirt patches

Pick your options, share the artwork of your custom shirt patches,
and we’ll get you a mockup within 12 hours.

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