Why embroidery

Why embroidery

Custom embroidery can add higher perceived value to your organization. Adding custom embroidery to your staff or employees’ uniforms can make your company appear more sophisticated, established, and trustworthy. The brands or companies that take extra efforts to refine their uniforms with custom embroidery, embody good reputation, eminence, and respectability. For branding and promotions, one of the important objectives is to stand out among all your competitors. Sometimes it’s not enough to just have a team, it’s also important to appear like ‘one team’.


Flat Embroidery VS 3d Puff Embroidery

What is the difference between flat embroidery vs 3d puff embroidery?
Embroidery is the process of decorating fabric using needles and thread. The two most common types are flat and 3D embroidery

<span>Flat</span> Embroidery

Flat Embroidery

  • Flat embroidery is the most common embroidery used, particularly with hats. it is where the decorative stitch is applied directly to the cap fabric creating a flat design.

    Flat embroidery can be used for the most intricate and detailed designs without distorting the image which makes it the most popular choice for embellishment.

<span>3d Puff</span> Embroidery

3d Puff Embroidery

  • 3D embroidery or 3D puff embroidery is a technique where foam is inserted under the embroidery stitch to raise the surface of your design giving a three-dimensional look to your embroidery design.

    3D embroidery is a cool effect because it can make a design really stand out on a cap. Due to foam being applied underneath the embroidery stitching, the best designs for 3D embroidery are simple ones, like initials or symbols which is why you often see one character on the front of caps as it is difficult to maintain the details using foam when the text gets small.

Our embroidery process


  • STEP 1 The design is digitized using specialized software - in order for the embroidery machine to ‘read’ the design, it needs to be transformed into ‘stitches’.

  • STEP 2 The machine reads the file and ‘learns’ how to embroider the artwork.

  • STEP 3 The design is transferred to the machine where it is interpreted and the computer ‘learns’ how to embroider the artwork. This is a fast step.

  • STEP 4 The machine starts to embroider. The colors are added in layers. One by one but several garments can be printed at the same time making it fast.

  • STEP 5 Once the machine is over, the finishing touches are done by hand. This may include getting rid of any excess thread

  • STEP 6 Unlike printing, embroidery doesn't require a drying period. Once it's done, we pack the garments right away and ship them to your doorstep.

Screen Printing VS Embroidery

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