From street fashions to runway trends, patches and embroidery are finding spotlight moments in today’s fashion world. Considering the boom of mass-produced garments and fast-fashion, consumers are always on the hunt for new ways to stand out. This has, indeed, worked a magic for the new-age designers to reinvent the once stagnant world of patches. Patches were first witnessed in the US military that used official division patches in the early 19th century. Soon, the trend became popular worldwide and within the counterculture.
Patches and embroidery work is styled in various forms to add a dash of a makeover to any given fabric.
- Be it neck embroidery designs for gowns or kaftans, nighty, kurtas, salwar suits, the embroidered patchwork design is to be found everywhere.
- Available in a myriad of styles, patterns, colours and designs, the threads used in the patchwork are always of high quality and flaunt an intricate craftsmanship of Patches and embroidery.
- Without wonder, the advent of computerized, high-speed machines have brought a great revolution to the art of embroidered patches.
Patches and embroidery look gorgeous and amps up the fashion quotient by attaching it with a pin or sewing it on fabrics either by methods of ironing or Velcro backing, dryer-heat activated adhesive, etc. There are myriad ways to flaunt it.