Embroidered garments are incredibly effective at promoting your brand. Complex crests and logos can be reproduced in a durable format that is securely attached to the garment.
Backing fabric is used in embroidery to ensure the stitching positions correctly on the garment. A metal hoop is used to keep the garment steady during the embroidery process. Occasionally, the hoop leaves a mark on the garment, but this is easily washed or rubbed out.
Embroidery works particularly well on the front of polo shirts, hoodies, fleeces, shirts and blouses. We also stitch onto caps, tabbards, aprons and jackets.
It is unusual to find large embroidery on the back of garments, partly due to the cost of embroidery but also as the backing fabric and stitching maybe itchy when worn.