Stadri Emblems Blog
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.
Nestled within a small borough in the Catskill Mountains just outside of Woodstock, NY, is a delightful sanctuary for farm animals. Stadri Emblems is launching a campaign to support neglected and abused animals of The Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary and we need your help!
The Eagle is one of the most popular choices to represent military units and motorcycle groups alike. Here we will display five of our favorite eagle patch designs.
Stadri is very proud to provide patches to hundreds of charities around the country. Here we will feature two such charities: The Rose Brucia Educational Foundation and Rusty Johnson's Netting Adventures.
Being a growing scouting organization, SpiralScouts needed a reliable company to produce the badges they needed. One of their board members found Stadri, and they’ve since ordered several dozen patches from us.
This is the second in a series of special guest posts by Paul Elshoff, Founder and First Officer of the Winnipeg chapter of the Southern Cruisers Riding Club. Here he reminds us of an often overlooked meaning behind biker patches and riding in general.
Anyone can brag about how great they are and post great customer testimonials. But what if rather than simply copying and pasting hundreds of lines of boring text from dozens of emails, we also posted the images of the corresponding patches and used these as examples to better educate our audience about our services and embroidered patches in general?