Applying a permanent decoration to a substrate using a needle and thread. Best suited for high value apparel such as jackets, hats or thicker garments.
EMBROIDERY OPTIONS FOR YOUR GARMENT
When a decorative stitch is applied directly to a garment creating a flat design. Flat emboidery can be used for the most intricate and detailed designs without distorting the image which makes it the most popular embellishment.
3D PUFF EMBROIDERY
A technique where foam is inserted under the top stitch to raise the surface, giving a three-dimensional look to your embroidered designs.
The 3D effect is most commonly used on caps.
A piece of embroidery which is created by using a fabric backing and thread. Can be applied to the garment using thread with an adhesive backing.
A certain type of thread that appears to be made of metal, but is actually made of a synthetic material such as polyester.
You can transform a flat, 2D design into a more visually attractive, 3D type picture using metallic thread.
A textured embroidery that is created by forming loop stitches on the top side of the fabric. Using wool, cotton or acrylic yarns, it creates a unique texture that sets your embroidery apart from common, everyday embroidery designs.