Embroidery

Why Choose Embroidery?

You can make it personal: Embroidery is a unique way of personalising your garments, not just with different techniques.

Durability: Threads are woven directly into the fabric, which ensures your logo continues looking its best! Embroidery has proven to stand the test of time for quality and effect, no matter the amount of wash and wear.

Perceived value: Embroidery looks expensive and suggests that more thought went into it. The different textures certainly make your logo stand out, especially when using metallic threads.

What is the process of Embroidery?


There are many very detail-driven steps that go into creating a beautifully embroidered garment.

1.Review Art Submissions

When reviewing the art, we look for fine detail, gradients, and small lettering that may not translate well. We’ll be sure to make a recommendation or give you some options if your logo will not embroider well on a garment

2. Digitizing

Digitizing is the process by which we translate digital art files into stitches. The first part of the process is a virtual drawing that maps the stitches we will use to embroider the final logo. This is done using specialized software.

3. Sew Out

Although the digitized file gives us a pretty realistic assessment of what the final embroidery will look like, we prefer to create an actual stitched out sample to be sure. We’ll make any tweaks or adjustments from there and if requested we will send the final sew out to you for your approval.

4. Hooping & Clamping

An embroidery hoop is a plastic ring that snaps around the area of the garment to be sewn. This hoop is affixed to a head on the embroidery machine. This is called clamping. These steps are taken to stabilize the garment as the needle sews the fabric

5. Trimming

Once the garments are sewn, we remove the excess backing from the embroidered design. Sometimes a tear-away backing is used, and it can be pulled off. Other times the backing must be cut or trimmed, from the back of the garment. This step in the process is referred to as trimming no matter which method is used.

6. Steaming

The embroidery hoop has a tendency to leave a ring on certain garments. This does not damage the fabric. We simply recommend steaming or just simply washing these items to return them to their pre-embroidered appearance.

What We Can Embroider

HATS

Many store owners make the same mistake, over and over again. They take one of their designs (that maybe worked really well on t-shirts), and they try to put it on hats. But depending on the design, it can be a big mistake.

Embroidery is an entirely different beast compared to direct-to-garment printing. For that reason, it requires an entirely different approach to creating a successful design. Here are some key elements to keep in consideration when designing your custom hat embroidery designs.

POLOS & PROFESSIONAL WEAR

We offer countless styles for custom embroidered polos, including long sleeve, dry performance, golf, and matching men’s and ladies’ polo shirts. Custom polo shirts with a logo are ideal for corporate travelers, tradeshows, coaching apparel, casual business attire, and so much more.

SWEATERS & JACKETS

Turn your team into a #SQUAD with embroidered jackets and sweaters! Outerwear materials are often hard to decorate, but embroidery can achieve a variety of looks, all of which will set your company apart from the rest.

SPORTS & PERFORMANCE WEAR

Since not all print methods work well on performance wear, embroidery is a great option to decorate polyester garment without weighing it down. We offer popular athletic wear by Gildan and Technosport.

EVERTHING ELSE

Embroidery works on almost anything! From robes to towels to scarfs to denim we can find suppliers that offer such products for us to embroider. We can make embroidered patches with adhesive backing – so you can apply it wherever you want.

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