If you’re looking for a versatile, highly durable and professional-looking finish, embroidery might be the solution for you. An ideal alternative to printing, embroidery is popular for work wear and uniforms where garments will be used industrially or for promotional purposes, with an added personal touch.
The latest digital technology ensures that the process is clean and quick, starting with converting your vector artwork into digitised versions that translate your design into specific stitches and threads. Digitising artwork also means that your designs can be kept on file and quickly reused again and again.
The cost of embroidery varies depending on the type of project (corporate clothing, workwear, embroidered polo shirts, or a custom project), and subject to the number of stitches in your design. The denser the design, the more expensive your project will be to produce. There is a set up charge applied to the first order but that won’t be charged again unless the logo ever changes in the future.