Chenille patches are decorative patches made using chenille fabric. Chenille fabric is a soft, plush fabric that is commonly used to make various types of patches, including letter patches, team patches, and decorative patches for jackets, uniforms, and other apparel.
Chenille patches are usually made by embroidering or appliquéing designs onto a base fabric using chenille yarn. The yarn is cut into pile, giving the patch its unique textured look. Chenille patches can come in a variety of designs such as letters, numbers, logos, mascots, or custom artwork.
To attach chenille patches to clothing, they are usually machine sewn or hand sewn. Some patches may also have an adhesive backing that can be ironed, which is an easier and faster method.
Chenille patches are popular for their textured look, durability, and ability to add a personal touch to a garment or accessory. They can be customized to personal preference and are often cherished as keepsakes or symbols of affiliation or achievement.