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One of a Kind Embroidered Scout Patches for One of a Kind Memories

21st September 2011
By aarenbrowns in Business Law
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Are you looking for a unique and special reward to present to your Boy Scouts? For their next participation or group achievement patch, consider presenting them with custom scout patches that you had a hand in designing. Boy Scout patches are part of a long-standing scout tradition, but you and your scouts can make a personal mark on that tradition by sporting embroidered scout patches that have been created specifically for your group.

Customizing emblems, crests, patches, and even putting embroidery work directly onto clothing is easier than you may think. In fact, in most cases, it is as easy as a few clicks of your home computer mouse, thanks to a handful of online retailers that specialize in custom embroidery. Once you discover how easy and fun the process can be, you may also wish to create designs to commemorate different types of group activities, such as a family crest for reunions, or unique t-shirts or patches for a graduating class, special school activity, for sports teams, and all other types of clubs.

When working with an online custom embroidery company, it is advisable to know what to expect going in, to ensure that you are getting the best value and service for your money. Basic issues to consider, which will affect pricing, include the size of the patch or embroidery work desired, the number of colors required for the design, any special detailing work, and the volume of pieces required for any particular design. Investigate whether the company you choose to work with quotes a base price and then charges for extras, or whether it works within stricter guidelines, to which your design must conform. Remember: The more complex the design or specific the instructions, the more you are likely to be charged per unit. Determine whether there is a minimum order required of all designs, and whether unit price is affected by the volume of the order.

Although price will clearly be a consideration when deciding where to send your order, quality should be equally considered since you truly get what you pay for. You may wish to ask the following questions: Does the company you are ordering from help or provide advice with graphic designs, and does this service incur additional charges? What kind of turnover can you expect for your order? What shipping methods do they use, and can they provide a shipping quote before the order is placed? What kinds of materials are used? If there rayon or polyester then they will not last long and colors tend to bleed. How do the patches hold up to wear and tear such as regular machine-washes, particularly important in the case of Boy Scout patches?

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