A popular size for custom patches is 4”-5”, but mini & small patches can be found below 2". Patch sizes vary depending on the type of design you are looking to create and how large your individual wearer wants their logo or branding area. To make the most of your time, it's important to think creatively and use up all available space. You can create a fun design or choose one that is more simple with our mini patches! To summarize: A lot these patches are working on 1 sq inch which means you have find creative ways for them be able fit into small spaces (like custom labels). There might also happen be times where what we want may seem like too much but if not then check out this short video about something new happening here at Small Patches of Vivipins!
A useful label can help you sell more than just one product, and it doesn't have to be big. You might think that a patch design wouldn’t work because people will quickly remove them if anything gets caught on it or ripped off their clothing but there are other ways around this problem like using something sticky-backed for example; all these considerations depend largely upon what your business does (or wants) so don't feel limited by our suggestions! When you’re making a small patch for your article, don't forget what shape is all about. It's amazing how much creativity this little detail brings out in designers! A shield-shaped or square shaped design has plenty of room to include text and artful artwork; but when scaling things down from an oversized piece like 5"x3", remember that there will not be enough surface area left over with just one square inch per side if it needs any type of graphic representation--no matter how complex they might seem at first glance.
Iron on backing is a great way to hide the thread in your seams when sewning small patches. You can use clear fishing line instead, but it's best not to have any contrast between color and fabric because then you'll be able see where one ends and another begins!