There is nothing like showing off your patriotism with a custom patch. Fourth Of July is just around the corner, there will be parades , BBQS and fire work shows. A custom patriotic patch will put you in the spirit of Independence Day and truly make you proud to be an American. We are so honored to have created many custom patriotic emblems, let Patches by The/Studio show you what red, white and blue is all about , below I have picked my favorite custom patriotic embroidered patches to share with you , you can get some ideas and see all that Patches by The/Studio has to offer.
The first custom emblem that you see below was created for a biker club. This patriotic patch was 12″ and was going to be placed on the back of leather jackets and vest. This custom embroidered patch represents pride and love for America , which is exactly what a patrotic patch is suppose to stand for. This is an amazing patch , it is absolutely beautiful!
The second embroidered emblem you see below was created for a couple that was having their wedding on the Fourth Of July, these patches were going to be given to their guest. Instead of using the words red , white and blue , they used Red , White & I Do , we thought this was so witty of them! This patch is a great example of their love of our country and their commitment of love to each other.
The third embroidered emblem you see below is a great representation of patriotism , it features the letters “USA”. We used red , white , blue and gold threading. This patch is laser cut, which gives the patch nice clean lines. This patch is superb!
The fourth custom insignia you see below was done for some of our American Heroes , how much more patriotic can you get? This group of soldiers wanted to show their patriotism with a American Flag that was composed of army olive drap green. This patch was truly an honor to create.
These were just a few of my favorite patriotic patches! Share with us your favorite patriotic emblems and I will post them onto our blog , Facebook and on our Pinterest on July 3rd, 2013, just in time for 4th Of July! I look forward to seeing your patches!