Ordering your flag
To order this flag, please choose from the available options shown. If you would like an option of stitch or print format not currently shown or a size which isnt listed, please get in touch with us direct on email@example.com and we'll be happy to give you a no obligation quote. We make everything to order so changes are always possible to suit your needs.
Printed, part printed/stitched or traditional sewn format - its your call
Quality printed flags are available to buy through this website page per size but if you would prefer a traditional sewn and stitched flag and you can't find the design and/or size you require please get in touch. We're here to help.
Fully traditional sewn, part sewn part printed or fully printed
Where flags are fully SEWN with detail, applique is sewn through a layer giving a sewn mirror image on reverse. We use Ministry of Defence spec woven polyester which replaced the traditional wool and linen/cotton mix fibre fabric in and around the 1980s. The fabric has a matt finish and a strength and durability which lasts longer than the previous natural fibre fabrics.
Where flags are part-SEWN part-PRINTED, a sewn woven polyester base is stitched and hemmed and the detail (badge, emblem etc.) is printed twice and sewn to each side of the flag around the detail. Where flags are fully PRINTED, the format is single layer, printed through with mirror image on reverse.
All our quality printed flags are made using durable knit polyester fabric and PLEASE NOTE this is NOT to same as what other retailers describe as 'economy' flag fabric (roughly translating to cheap and nasty and not likely to last more than a few days).
How does it end...?
Each flag is finished and supplied with a strong canvas, rope and toggle, triple sewn fly end and supplied with a complimentary shower proof drawstring flag bag for safe keeping.
What does it all mean?
Please refer to our GLOSSARY page to clarify any terms you are unsure of. Use the search button at the top left of the website to search all other info throughout the site. Check out our fascinating BLOG for a history lesson or three and please get in touch if you need something you havent been able to find.