SouvenirPatch

Flag Patches, Biker Patches, and Embroidered Patches

Austin, Texas
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Announcement    SouvenirPatch is based in Austin, Texas! We design and make our own embroidered patches. All of our patches are iron-on patches. We specialize in the most accurate flag patches available.

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Last updated on Sep 22, 2017

SouvenirPatch is based in Austin, Texas! We design and make our own embroidered patches. All of our patches are iron-on patches. We specialize in the most accurate flag patches available.

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Cypress Collectibles

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About SouvenirPatch

Sales 37,840
On Etsy since 2014

We make unique iron-on patches that no one else has.

We began in 2006 by making a couple of patches. Fast forward nearly a decade and we have more than 800 styles, including patches from more than 200 countries, all the US states, biker patches, scuba patches, pirate patches, you name it.

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  • Cypress Collectibles

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    Designer and manufacturer of top quality iron-on embroidered patches since 2006.

Shop policies

Last updated on May 10, 2022
We design and make our own brand of embroidered patches. We have many copyrighted designs you will not find anywhere else!

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We accept PayPal, money order, personal checks, and even credit cards.
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We ship all items within 24 hours of payment.
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SouvenirPatch is considered a professional seller (known as a trader) in the EU. What's this?