Embroidery involves sewing a design onto a garment. Using modern industrial embroidery machines to give a professional finish the artwork team will manually redraw your design into a format that can be read by our embroidery machines.
1. Highly Durable
Traditionally the process is more durable than print, so it should last the lifetime of the garment. Therefore, if you’re wishing to customise a garment that will be used regularly such teamwear, and your design isn’t overly large (e.g. less than 15cm), then this option could be a good choice for you.
2. High Quality Finish
Many of our customers tend to select embroidery when creating uniforms as it provides a smart and professional finish to your garment. It looks particularly professional when applied with polo shirts, fleeces & jackets, hoodies, hats and t-shirts.
All in all, when deciding which option is best, you need to think about three questions:
- What is the garments final purpose?
- How complex is the design?
- What type of garment are you looking for?
We are happy to discuss the best, fit for purpose options with you when deciding on print options.