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Custom Apparel with Embroidery

Embroidery is the art of decorating fabric or other materials using a needle and thread or yarn. The design is first digitized, which means it is converted into a format that the embroidery machine can read and reproduce on the fabric. The machine then uses a needle and thread to create the design on the t-shirt or other garment of your choice. Embroidery can be used to add company logos, names, and other designs to uniforms or promotional items, or to create personalized gifts or fashion items.

Why Choose Embroidery?

There are several advantages to using embroidery to decorate fabrics or other materials:


Embroidery is a very durable form of decoration. The thread is sewn into the fabric, making it less likely to peel, fade or wear off. This is a good option if your garment will be worn a lot of times.

Professional look

Embroidery can give a polished, professional look to clothing, uniforms, and other items. That is why this is a common option used for company uniforms and other professional clothing.


Embroidery can be used to create custom designs, logos, and monograms, making it a great option for personalizing items or creating one-of-a-kind gifts.


Embroidery can be used on a wide variety of materials, including polos, jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts, hats, and bags.


Embroidery can be used on a wide variety of materials, including polos, jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts, hats, and bags.

Long lasting

Embroidered designs are long lasting and are less likely to fade or peel over time. Unlike other printing process, embroidery will surely give you be worth the price.

How do we do it?

One of our well-liked services that we provide is embroidery, which is well-known for its polished appearance and timeless appeal. Because of this, it’s a fantastic option for collegiate, high-end private label, or corporate clothes. This procedure is printing process is often used to create polo shirts, coats, sweaters, sweatshirts, hats, and bags.

You must first translate your artwork into stitches in order to begin the embroidery process. The term “digitizing” refers to this procedure, which entails a one-time fee dependent on the total number of stitches in your graphic. In contrast, a lower total stitch count would result in a cheaper digitization charge and a lower price per embroidered location. A higher total thread count would therefore warrant a higher digitizing fee as well as a higher price per embroidered site.

What will be the design format?

Before we begin the process of embroidery, create and submit us artwork in either a vectorized (ai, pdf, or eps) or rasterized (psd, pdf, tiff, or jpeg) format that is approximately the size you’d like it to be imprinted and set at a resolution of 300 dpi. You cannot just increase the resolution to 300 dpi after creating your artwork on a tiny canvas and at a lesser resolution to obtain a high detail file. Before you start designing, you must change the settings for your image size/canvas space to life-size dimensions and a resolution of 300 dpi. Your imprint will be of higher quality if you begin by accurately sizing the canvas area and setting the resolution to 300 dpi before you begin designing.


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