Creating custom memorial patches to honor an American Hero
Our customer came to us wanting to create a unique PVC patch commemorating an American Hero, Chris Kyle. He did great things for a country and his community. Members of a charitable organization held in his name gave us the initial design and asked that we create a high-quality piece to be sold for this event and online.
What we ended up creating and producing was this high-quality 2D Soft Rubber PVC patch seen to the left. It’s perfect as an award or gift!
There are three PVC colors used in this process:
- Black for the PVC base layer.
- White for the all the words, lettering, year, and stars.
- Golden Orange/Yellow for the Emblem (Eagle with anchor, trident, and rifle).
This patch also features Velcro backing for application to a uniform, tactical bag, hat, or any other gear a support would like to display this emblem on.
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The Velcro is fastened to the PVC via a sewing channel/gutter and durable thread making the durability unsurpassed.
As mentioned above, the design of this patch is technically 2D even though depth is displayed between the base and raised PVC elements. 3D PVC patches have a more rounded/convex look.
Once again, we turned a customer’s design into a top-notch PVC Patch and the most satisfying part is the cause behind it.
What Is The Commemorative Roping?
The commemorative roping and auction is a charity event where 100% of the net proceeds and gear go to helping Veterans.
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