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METHODS:

Embroidery

Nothing says quality and craftsmanship like a well threaded product.

Whether it’s hats, sweaters, jackets or bags, embroidery represents the highest quality customising method available.  When your logo is embroidered, your brand is immediately perceived as being a high-quality company. Embroidery thread is coated and therefore has a sheen that helps the colors pop to attention. In addition, because thread has dimension, an embroidered logo looks three dimensional.  You’ll jump a whole step above the competition by displaying your brand embroidered.

We use digital embroidery at Screen Machine to get your brand on clothing or other embroidery friendly items. The digitized image or logo is saved on disk and loaded to an embroidery machine. The machine uses the digital instructions to create your design with threads. The number of stitches that the machine needs to make, the quantity of items being embroidered, and the location of the embroidery will determine the embroidery cost.

Where it's used:
How is it applied:
Embroidery is a great option for polo shirts, hats, jackets, sweaters and other corporate clothing that warrants a more high-end look.
Embroidery is most often used put your team's brand on warm up suits and team wear, hoodie applique and uniform applique, custom gym bags and team bags.
When you're looking for a more high-end product to distribute to your clients and staff, custom embroidered hats, towels, and patches are a great option.
Where it's used:

Embroidery is a great option for polo shirts, hats, jackets, sweaters and other corporate clothing that warrants a more high-end look.

Embroidery is most often used put your team's brand on warm up suits and team wear, hoodie applique and uniform applique, custom gym bags and team bags.

When you're looking for a more high-end product to distribute to your clients and staff, custom embroidered hats, towels, and patches are a great option.

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