Factory Free sample Embroidery Silk Fabric - Sew on badge maker – Evergreen
Factory Free sample Embroidery Silk Fabric - Sew on badge maker – Evergreen Detail:
Woven badge/label are made of thread only on Woven Label Looms, stitched in a continuous design and achieve finer detail in both the design and text of the patch. which are perfect solustion for when you need the extra fine details and greater definition that embroidery or woven can’t provide. It is an excellent choice for smaller badges as you can achieve greater definition, and smaller detail. Due to the flat surface it is also much less susceptible to abrasion and fraying.
Custom woven patches can be used in almost every way embroidered patches can. Using thinner threads that are woven together instead of embroidered onto a fabric, this results in a patch that has a smooth appearance with no raised texture. They are ideal when a design is too detailed or complex to be achieved with the embroidery process. It is also a great way to achieve photographic realism. Human faces, landscapes, and small text can be reproduced on smaller sized patches in a way only possible on large embroidered patches.
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Using a complete scientific high quality management program, superior high quality and superior faith, we acquire great reputation and occupied this industry for Factory Free sample Embroidery Silk Fabric - Sew on badge maker – Evergreen, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Anguilla , Peru , Durban , During the development, our company has built a well-known brand. It is well highly acclaimed by our customers. OEM and ODM are accepted. We are looking forward to customers from all over the world to join us to a wild cooperation.
By Mario from Johannesburg - 2018.09.12 17:18
We feel easy to cooperate with this company, the supplier is very responsible, thanks.There will be more in-depth cooperation.
By Christopher Mabey from Boston - 2018.02.21 12:14