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What Is Embroidery
Embroidery is a little more expensive than screen printing, but unlike screen printing, it is not charged per colour but on the number of stitches in your design. The size of your design and a number of infill stitches are the determining factors when it comes to how much your design will cost.
Embroidery offers a more prestigious looking and harder wearing decorative solution when you need to be making the right impression with your business identity.
You may be buying polo shirts or tailored shirts or blouses rain jackets and other sports clothing on fleeces or knitwear or padded jackets items that can't be printed we can embroider caps which gives a great finish.
How Is It Embroidered?
You will supply your artwork in a digital format such as a JPG, vectored Illustrator or rasterised Photoshop file. These are the common formats that customers are now able to provide but your artwork must go through a 'redrawing' process by one of our skilled artisans in order for it to be in a format that can be read by our embroidery machines. This can be a simple or complicated process depending on your design and the skill of the digitiser can bring extra 'life' to your design if they apply certain techniques while digitising your design. We used sophisticated and industry specific CAD programs to make the conversion. This involves us importing your design into the program and then redrawing your design and plotting the type of stitch, stitch frequency, stitch size and stitch direction of your design for the embroidery machinery to read. The digitiser interprets your design and applies certain techniques to make it work on our machinesSee Our Story