Our Custom Fabric Stickers are made as a woven patch – or woven label- with an iron-on backing or an adhesive backing.
Custom Fabric Stickers – Die Cut Woven Stickers
The woven patches with iron on backing and the woven patches or stickers with peel-off self adhesive backing come individually die-cut.
Die cut woven stickers, appliqués with iron on backing or peel-off self adhesive backing are made with high quality polyester threads that will make hem strong.
If you are looking for a classy and unique way to display your company name or logo, we have the answer for you. Our die cut woven stickers can be die cut to a circle or square or even to the actual shape of the design. We can place felt backing on the back, or make it and iron on patch or peel-off self adhesive patch.
The woven stickers are great to place on a shirt, or bag when you are at a convention or street fair or bizarre. Some people use vinyl stickers to display their logo and to give to people as they pass by their booth. But if you want your logo to be on something thicker and substantial, we can make your logo into a woven patch/appliqué.
FAQs About Fabric Stickers
We are very confident of the strength of our adhesive and we recommend it for temporary applications. We do however recommend our customers to test them out themselves and we will gladly send you some samples for you to make sure they will work for your particular application.
Most of the customers we’ve made fabric stickers for are looking for a one-day use identification sticker at an event. That is not to say that the sticker will fall off in one day, as we’ve tested them in items that are not being washed and they have stayed strong for months.
This type of sticker is made just like a woven label, by weaving 2 or more threads into a design and shape, and adding an adhesive backing to it, with a peel-off paper behind it.
We can make your adhesive sticker patches for clothing as either woven patches or embroidered patches. The reason we choose woven as the best process, especially for iron-on patches is they are thinner and allow a much more even heat transfer than the embroidery process.
“The level of detail they can get in an emblem is much higher than other companies. The cost is reasonable and they are easy to work with when it comes to reviewing the artwork and making changes. Good company and I will be using them in the future.”Jeremy Dyess, Lady LayUp
“I was satisfied 100%.! The experience was really good, the communication with Linx was on point. I just like to say thank you so much for making my project a reality.!”Danilo Cabral, Intermix Inc.
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