Patches and heat transfers are two popular methods used to decorate fabrics and garments. Patches are typically made of embroidered or woven materials and can be sewn or ironed onto clothing, bags, hats, and other items.
They come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and designs, and can be customized to suit the needs of individuals, organizations, and businesses.
Heat transfers, on the other hand, involve printing designs onto a special paper that is then transferred onto the fabric using heat and pressure. Both patches and heat transfers offer a versatile and affordable way to add personality and branding to clothing and other items.