Our Embroidery Services differs slightly from your conventional approaches to printing in that it involves the process of sewing colored threads on your fabric of choice to produce the design you desire.
Embroidery is preferred by companies who would prefer to have their logo embroidered on the front of their Polo T-Shirts, it is easy to care for and last for a long time which would be great for company annual functions and events. Embroidered company logos almost always look better as an embroidery. We deliver quality every time.
Most Embroidery orders take 5 to 7 working days. Contact us for an exact delivery time.
No Minimum Requirement
There are usually no minimum orders for embroidery. We can fullfill single orders.
Ancient Embroidery from Turin, Palazzo Madama.
Embroidery has been around since 30,000BC, when Cro-Magnon man began to use basic tools to hand stitched clothes, shoes and hats.
Embroidery artifacts are found in almost every location that man has existed. Embroidery artifacts have been found in Siberia and date back to 5000-6000BC Embroidery artifacts in China date back to 3500BC.
The combination of Embroidery, fiber and needlework has its origin in both the Asia and Middle East. It was in these locations that people first began to begin to decorate clothing and objects.
The first Embroidery machinery appeared during the Industrial Revolution in France during the year 1832, by inventor Josue Heilmann.
Later in the early 1900s the manufacturing of machine-made embroideries became commonplace in the town of St. Gallen in Switzerland.
How Does Embroidery Work?
The first step for an embroidery is to inspect the artwork that will be used for the embroidery. The inspection process will look for areas of the artwork that may not translate well into an embroidery.
Experienced embroiderers will look at the such areas as the level of detail of the artwork, the size and styling of lettering and color that is used in the artwork.
Once the image is approved for embroidery, an embroidery card must be created where the “card” represents a computer-generated process that will be used to create the actual embroidery.
In many cases the embroiderer will create a test embroidery and make additional adjustments to the setup before beginning actual production.
The embroidery is created using a specialized sewing machine that uses a embroidery hoop (plastic ring) that helps to guide and stabilize the needle and thread. After embroidery is then trimmed of any excess backing from the design.
Advanced multi thread Embroidery machine by Bernina.
The Embroidery PROCESS
The Embroidery process involves a multi step process from artwork inspection to cutting and trimming of the embroidery.
Our first step is to make sure that the artwork used for the embroidery will yield a satisfactory result. We recommend not using artwork that has small or thin lettering, and color gradients.
Create Embroidery Card
Once the artwork is approved, we then use a computer to digitize the artwork and translate it into an embroidery card. The embroidery card information will be used to create the actual embroidery.
We use the Embroidery card to create a test sample of the embroidery. Our Sewing experts use this step to adjust and fine tune the embroidery before we begin producing the actual embroideries.
Trim Backing Material
The embroidery is now ready to be sewn onto the garment or hat. We use a paper like backing that helps keep the form of the new emblem. We make sure to trim any excess backing from the embroideries.
ADVANTAGES OF Embroidery Services
Embroideries make uniforms and cap look professional, they are also durable and colorful.
Embroidery has been used for thousands of years, on leather, canvas, polyester, nylon, cotton, and other synthetic materials.
Embroidery works on bags, dress shirts, robes, suit coats, towels, & many other items. Contact us for more information about Embroidery.
Embroideries have been used on military uniforms for many centuries and are still found on today’s modern uniforms.
There’s something about an embroidery that makes a uniform or ball cap look professional. Contact us today about your company uniform.
Long Lasting Design
Embroideries are a great selection for company uniforms and baseball caps.
DISADVANTAGES OF Embroidery Services
Embroidery does involve some setup time, so the costs are better for larger orders.
Examples Of Embroidery Services
Contact us to learn more about using our embroidery stitching process for your project.