Embroidery is the art of decorating fabric or other materials with needle and thread.Today most embroidery is done by a computerized machine that sews the logos (or designs) directly into the garment.
Because we are a full-service embroidery goods distributor, we can do custom design work for your company. In addition, we have thousands of stock designs for you to choose from. Our flexible organization allows us to handle anything from 1 to 1000 pcs.
Tackle Twill, or applique, involves sewing down a number or letter made by cutting pieces of one material and applying them to the surface of another material usually with a nylon twill. Basically, tackle twill begins with a "patch" of sorts that is applied to the jersey, shirt, hat or other garment that is then sewn to the material for a more rugged finish.
Heat Transfer is a simple process. First, an image needs to be chosen. The image is edited and touched-up with color correction to make sure it will look perfect on a t-shirt. Then, using high-quality printers, the imaged is placed onto professional heat transfer paper. This is one of the big differences between Heat Transfer and Iron-On. Iron-On uses lower grade paper that needs lower heat for the transfer to work. High-quality heat transfer paper needs special machinery with higher temperatures to effectively work.
Screen printing, also known as silk screening or silk screen printing, is the technique of using a stencil or “screen” to print inks directly to the surface of a garment. This method is the most cost effective way to reproduce the same image on multiple piece runs.Type your paragraph here.