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About Us

The Daisy Patch is family owned and operated by Michelle (professional multitasker) and Chad (the as needed/maintenance man) in Broadus, MT.  Our children also are put to work when needed. 

We purchased this established business in October 2015.  The Daisy Patch is now operated out of our home Southwest of Broadus.  As a previous business owner in South Dakota, we know the hustle and service needed to meet customers where they are, in any stage of the custom apparel process. 

Our Mission


We strive to grow our business with honesty and integrity.  The Daisy Patch is dedicated to the highest quality customer service offering a sense of familiarity and comfort in knowing your project will be carried out and completed on time - while surpassing expectations.  We work with all walks of life from individuals to big businesses and pride ourselves on offering a superior customer experience.

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Heat Sealed

As popular as screen printing is, you might be surprised to learn that a good deal of decorated wear is actually heat applied. 

Heat transfer vinyl (HTV) is a special vinyl that comes on a roll, which is then cut to your design request and heat pressed onto a item or material. We have a wide range of colors and finishes to choose from in stock. This includes mattes, metallics, and glitter. HTV can be applied to (but certainly not limited to) t-shirts, hoodies, jerseys, table cloths, bags, can coolers, blankets, fabric, pop-up canopies, and so much more. Whether it's a logo or a simple name added to a sleeve, we can usually pull it off with HTV. 

Depending on the design and quantity requested, screen printed transfers and digital printing for full color logos are a great alternative. 

Due to the nature of these methods, each project has to be priced individually. 

Can be applied to almost any material.


Achieve a long lasting, professional style with embroidery. Embroidery can be the finishing touch to a baby blanket or a nice addition to a shirt or jacket.

If your idea includes anything but basic text (serif, sans serif, script or block), you may need to have your design digitized for an additional fee. A digitized file basically tells the embroidery machine where each stitch goes - a very important element in this process.

Suitable for hats, polos, hoodies, blankets, bags, etc.
No minimums!

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