Your logo is reproduced by stitching threads directly into fabric. The actual stitching process is fully automatic and performed by a computerized embroidery machine.
Types of Embroidery:
- Filled Embroidery
- Outline Embroidery
- Chenille Embroidery
Applique essentially means applying one piece of fabric to another- usually shapes or designs on top of a fabric background – and it can be a practical way to add some depth to your designs. Applique is often enhanced using different coloured or textured threads around the edges of the fabric
Types of Applique:
- Fleece Applique
- Twill Applique
- Ventex Applique
A classic method of printing graphics onto garments, screen priting allows for a long lasting and high quality finish. Since ink is applied thicker than other printing methods, screen printed applications are more durable and can withstand more stress without losing quality.
The heat transfer printing method applies custom designs using a process that uses a combination of heat and pressure. With the heat transfer process, an unlimited amount of colours can be used for graphics, making it a more cost effective option compared to screen printing.
Cut & Sew
The cut & sew technique is a process used to sew different fabrics, or fabric colours together to form a complete garment. This method is a great way to add texture, and colour variety to our styles.
If you have a specific pattern in mind, we have the capability of developing custom knit fabrics for you. Knits are a great way of achieving a more custom, premium aesthetic for your garments. Choose from our large selection of colours to get the look you want.
Sublimation is a digital printing technology using full colour artwork transferred onto fabric through heat and pressure. This is a popular method for printing high quality images on to various fabrics and items. The result is an image with perfect clarity. There are many benefits to this technique as the process allows unlimited colour and designs that don’t fade, peel, or crack.