Stadri Emblems Blog
The Shasta Wheelmen Bicycling Club promotes safe, effective cycling, improved road conditions to facilitate bicycle commuting, as well as cyclists’ rights to the use of the roads. They ordered patches from Stadri as rewards for completing their Century ride event.
The Shamanic Harmonics patches have become known around our office as the “Mad Hatter patches” for obvious reasons. How did these awesome patches come to be?
From eagles to engines, to flags and flames, designs for motorcycle patches are some of the most interesting we see here at Stadri Emblems. But which theme is the most common of all?
Over the past few years, various patch orders have been popping up at Stadri, all containing a mysterious opossum, arrayed in different themes and dress. He quickly became a curiosity to many of the staff, so we set out to learn more about this mysterious creature.
Custom “In Memory” patches are the perfect way to honor the memory of a rider who has passed away. In Memory” patches are often forgotten, perhaps because not all motorcycle groups make use of them. But among the groups that do, these patches often hold more meaning than even their large back patches.
Of all the charities Stadri has contributed to over our 40 years in business, none has made us as proud as donating 5,000 patches to the Sandy Hook Elementary school after the horrible tragedy of December 2012. We were beaming to learn of the reach these patches had and the lives they touched.
While Stadri has a special knack for fitting tremendous amounts of detail into small spaces, due to physical limitations of thread, larger sizes look better. Get all the tips you need for the most optimal patch design.
Earlier this month, Stadri Emblems launched a campaign to support the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary. Promising to sponsor a previously neglected or abused animal for every fifty Facebook 'likes' we received, in a mere two days we got enough 'likes' to participate in what is called the Sanctuary Seven.