Embroidery is a great way to customise your workwear and make it stand out. The embroidery process can be done on anything from fabric to leather, but if you’re looking for something that’s going to last, we recommend looking at the following points before making your choice.
We offer a wide range of embroidery designs including letters, numbers, logos and company names. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, please contact us and we’ll do our best to accommodate your needs.
The color of thread used depends on the design chosen. Some designs work well with contrasting colors while others look better with matching colors. If you’re unsure about what works best for your design, please contact us and we’ll be happy to help!
Sizing & Placement
For best results when ordering custom workwear embroidery, make sure that you take note of the sizing and placement details provided by the designer or company that made your garment. This will ensure that your embroidery is placed correctly on the garment so that it looks its best when worn by its owner!
When it comes to embroidery, there’s a lot of misinformation out there. We’re here to set the record straight with some important facts about workwear embroidery:
- Embroidery is not just for shirts!
Embroidery is not a shirt-only print process; it can be used on all types of workwear, including jackets, pants and caps.
- You don’t have to hire an embroidery company!
You can do your own embroidery by purchasing a machine from any office supply store or online retailer. The only difference is that you’ll need access to a computer and software instead of needing a professional setup at an embroidery shop.
- You don’t have to use traditional thread colors!
Embroidering with white thread does not make your logo look better — in fact, it’s often the opposite. Instead of using traditional thread colors like white or black, choose colors that match your brand’s identity and make your logo stand out against its background color or patterning!
Embroidery is not screen printing. Embroidery uses a needle and thread to create an image on your clothing or accessory. Screen printing uses ink and a mesh screen to create the image, which is why you can easily see the difference between the two methods of printing.
Embroidery lasts longer than screen printing. While both methods have their place, embroidery is more durable than screen printing because it doesn’t rely solely on ink or paint to create an image. Embroidered images can also be removed from clothing without damaging it – giving you more flexibility over how long you want your logo or design displayed on your clothing or accessory.
Embroidered logos are easier to reproduce than printed ones. Unlike screen printing, embroidery can be reproduced exactly as designed – even with multiple colors or complex designs that require multiple passes through a machine (like 3D effects). This makes embroidered logos less expensive than printed ones because there’s no need for extra setup fees – just add more time to complete. Contact us to know more about workwear embroidery Norfolk.