We provide a variety of processes for branding promotional merchandise. For over 20 years we have been producing embroidered, printed, engraved and embossed promotional items.
Our clients include many well-known organisations, our product range and pricing speaks for itself.
Put simply, you’ll get more promotional merchandise for less from us.
- Embroidery is a great method for branding clothing and other textile-based products such as bags. The process has a high perceived value, it’s a more permanent branding method, but it does have its limitations.
- Embroidery works well when applied to polo shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, fleece and headwear. Embroideries can be placed in a variety of positions on a garment, as long as there is enough room for the embroidery machine to ‘hold’ the target area in a frame or there are no obstructions.
- Costing for embroidery is mostly based on the number of stitches required to reproduce the design at the designated size. The number of colours within a design is less of a factor than some print methods.
- Embroidery threads are not classified by Pantone™ colour reference, but a separate colour grading system.
- It is possible to embroider multi-coloured designs, but it is not possible to embroider a picture, tint or tone i.e. one colour merging into another.
- Small intricate designs or elements are difficult to reproduce such as ®, ™ or © marks. Some clients omit them, some prefer the marks to remain, even if they aren’t very clear.
- We always provide a computer generated image of the embroidery for pre-production approval and can provide embroidered fabric swatches if necessary.
- 3D puff embroidery; foam is inserted underneath the embroidered stitches to raise them and produce a 3D finish.
- Phosphorescent-thread is used to create embroidered designs that glow in the dark.
- We can also supply embroidered badges.