Our Fabric sheets are 100% polyester, are available in 25
different colors, and with heat seal or sew on backing.
Ideal for making your own custom patches and emblems, these
fabric sheets are suitable for embroidery, sublimation, and screen
View our Blank Patch Embroidery Instructions
PDF and learn all about it. It's EASY!
Settings may depend on your heat press. Some experimentation
may be required.
3/23/2017 – What is heat seal backing on your blank patches option?
Response From Enmart: Our heat seal backing is a commercial grade film that is designed to be applied with a heat press at 400 degrees F (ideally a label press with small platens and both top and bottom heat) for around 14 seconds at 60 psi. However - it is also a general purpose backing, and used for stability and finishing, and does not require heat sealing if you just want to sew the patches on instead. Note that heat seal is not iron on - although, if you don't have a heat press, but have an iron that goes to 400 degrees and you put some weight on it for up to half a minute, some have had success sealing them on that way.
1/31/2017 – Hey! Will this material fray when you cut it?
Response From Enmart: Hi Rochelle, The material doesn't really fray much at all. We chop our fabric sheets out of a larger bolt of fabric which is, granted, laminated, but even after the material is chopped, the unlaminated edges don't seem to fray much. You may see a little, but it doesn't seem likely you'd see a huge amount of fraying.
11/14/2016 – where can I see color samples for all colors listed??
Response From Enmart: Here is a link to the blank patch fabric chart. It
should give you a good idea what the colors are, although the usual
disclaimers about different monitors and computers not all looking
the same apply.
8/23/2015 – Can this fabric be laser cut? is it synthetic i.e. will the edges fray or melt?
Response From Enmart: Updated: Yes, yes, and it depends... These fabric sheets are not just fabric - they are sheets of material that are used to produce patches and composed of multiple layers of materials bonded together. The surface fabric is 100% polyester, as is the non woven inner reinforcing layer. The bonding layers are polyurethane film. Our parent company makes thousands of laser cut emblems for rental uniform companies without any problem using this fabric. However, if the fabric is white, or certain other light colors, and the edge will be exposed (unmerrowed), there can be some minor yellowing at the very edge (usually on the back) from the laser, depending on settings, etc. If the emblem will be merrowed, then it isn't an issue at all. Typically due to the bonding layers, fraying isn't an issue either.
8/21/2015 – is the material stiff or is it bendable?
Response From Enmart: Both, actually. It is stiffer than just plain fabric because it contains the additional layers of materials necessary to make a durable emblem ("patch") to attach to a garment or other item. It is also flexible and very bendable.
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