Embroidery

Embroidery

Why embroidery?
A popular choice for uniforms and clubs, embroidery offers a high-end finish for simple logo designs. Well suited to textured fabrics such as pique knit polo shirts, embroidery creates a hard-wearing, professional-looking representation of most logos.

Priced by the number of stitches (size and density of artwork), multiple colours can be included in the logo without adding to the cost. Embroidery remains one of the most popular choices for polo decoration, club, society and business uniforms.

Pros of EmbroideryPro

Cons of EmbroideryCon

Fantastic value for money for small logos with multiple colours.

Logos larger than 15cm are not particularly cost-effective.

Lettering as small as 5mm can be embroidered.

This print method is not suitable for photographic or full-colour artwork.

Large volumes and fast turnarounds are possible.

Minimum order quantity for this print method is 15 units.

Repeat orders incur no set-up fees.

BYO garments can be embroidered at your own risk.

Suitable for curved surfaces such as caps and visors.

Gradients and 3D effects do not translate well with embroidery.

Reproduces artwork well on textured fabrics such as pique knit polo shirts, and is suitable for nearly all fabric compositions (poly-cotton, etc).

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