Using state of the art equipment we are able to beautifully transform your design in embroidery directly on apparel. Our highly skilled and professional team offers you quality digitizing to perform the artful task of embroidery.
STANDARD FLAT EMBROIDERY
By far our most popular embroidery decoration style! The logo on your screen first needs to be "digitized"; mapped out for an embroidery machine based on the intricacies of a logo & its colors.
Embroidered logos typically look best on polos, jackets, woven shirts, caps, bags and other coorporate apparel, but this is a truly versatile style of decoration. We've embroidered just about every style of apparel & accessory on our site!
Layered embroidery is achieved by doubling the stitch count on a design. This makes the design thicker, and raises the design up and away from the garments surface. The layered effect allows you to have greater detail than 3D Puff , however, very detailed designs work best with standard embroidery stitching.
3D PUFF EMBROIDERY
3D Puff embroidery uses a foam underlining to achieve an extreme three dimensional effect. The foam comes in different colors to accommodate an array of products and thread colors. This application also requires the thread count to double, so that the foam will not be exposed through the tread.
3D Puff embroidery works best with block or large round shaped letters. Artwork for puff embroidery should have rounded corners so that the needle perforates the corners of the design and covers the foam completely and makes your design come alive.
MONOGRAMMING & CUSTOM NAMES
A monogram is a design consisting of two or more combined or interlaced initials – usually a first, middle, and last name.
Adding a monogram is the perfect way to make something more special, thoughtful and unique.
We can also used pre-digitized fonts to personalize team names and roster onto the garment
Tackle Twill, or applique, involves sewing down a number, letter or logo made by cutting the shape out of twill backing and applying it to the surface of the garment.
As a finishing touch a merrow/satin border then is applied to the outter edge for a professional, smooth finish.
Micro-Chenille is sewn using a special pattern of stitches to mimic the look of regular chenille often found on varsity letters. We run the machines in such a way as to create a looped, textured surface.
Due to the raised nature of this technique, is it best used for open flat areas, and outlined with a detailed satin border that smooths out the edges of the graphic.