OEM/ODM Supplier Oman Metal Brooches - Custom letter patches – Evergreen
OEM/ODM Supplier Oman Metal Brooches - Custom letter patches – Evergreen Detail:
Chenille patches are commonly produced to decorate the varsity jackets or award the sports team. They are made with chenille yarn based on one or two layers of felt background. A combination of chenille and embroidery is often applied to sports patches. EverGreen Badges is committed to manufacturing quality Chenille Letters and emblems, which is personally customized according to sizing preferences and design. Our chenille patches are constructed with 80% wool, 20% nylon for added durability. Due to its unique yarn selection, the patches are characterized by its exquisite vivid 3D appearance.
Onsite digitizing is available allowing us to mimic or custom-create varsity letters per your request. Whether your letter is for your school, large corporation or just for you, we can create it.
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By Charlotte from Austria - 2017.12.09 14:01
Hope that the company could stick to the enterprise spirit of "Quality, Efficiency, Innovation and Integrity", it will be better and better in the future.
By tobin from Brisbane - 2017.08.18 18:38