a very professional appearance. It has a great level of
durability, will wash or dry clean well and maintain appearance
in colour and outline, often for longer than the wearing life of
developments have enabled a wide range of stitch patterns to be
used in creating an embroidery and the effects are stunning.
such as heraldic crests, as well as clear cut simple logos will
all embroider well.
Once your design is ready, it is digitised using state of the art software,
employing several stitch techniques.
From this, a fact sheet is prepared
giving full details ie. stitch count, colours and size confirmation. A
final embroidery sample is then produced onto the correct material. A sample
is sent on a confirmation card for you to approve
Once confirmed, designs are transferred to production
control. The job sheets are created with all details relevant to
the customer order. Once embroidered, each garment
is quality checked and steamed before despatch.
A polybagging service is not
supplied as standard. The additional charge per garment would be
size of any embroidery is 30cms by 30". The minimum
height for lettering is 6 mm.
When choosing the
garment to be embroidered, a minimum fabric
weight of 180gms is preferred.
It is important to remember that the
embroidery threads used are manufactured in solid colours,
therefore the effect of colour fade or blend in a design can be
difficult to replicate faithfully.
The positioning of
embroidery onto garments (or bags) is largely a matter of
choice, providing that the item can be correctly framed.
Sleeves, back, or nape of neck are alternative sites for
embroidery. Pockets should be avoided, unless the garment has
been especially made.