Sewing woven patches on your clothing is a nice way to relax after a long day at work and you can improve the look of your clothes! This can be pretty easy since most custom ebroidered patches are designed to be either ironed on or sewn on. So, if you are not much of a sewing expert, ironing can be easy and fast.
When people choose to do embroidery they are participating in the art of decorating fabric or other materials with a needle and some thread, or yarn. You might even be able to make your own woven patches if you can follow the directions and be diligent about practicing. It will not be easy, but skill comes with practice. If you wanted to throw some leather patches on your denim jacket, it would look pretty cool.
If you are considering using rubber patches, suede patches or woven patches you should be aware that the newer patches include a plastic backing so when you sew the design on your clothing it can improve the stiffness and it prevents bunching and wrinkling of the design.
When you need PVC patches or military patches, some of the designs are created by the Institute of Heraldry. These designs are certified and protected. More information like this.