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Embroidery is a process by which a design stitched onto material through the use of a high- speed,computer-controlled sewing machines.
Artwork must first be “digitized,” which is the specialized process of converting two-dimensional artwork into stitches or thread.
The digitizer must actually recreate the artwork using stitches. Then it programs the embroidery machine to sew a specific
Type of design ,in a specific colour, with a specific type of stitch. This is the process known as digitizing. Embroidery is most
commonly used on logo patches, apparel and caps or hats.


Block capital letters cannot be smaller than 5 mm Depending on material Drimac /600D/Poly Cotton smallest – 4 mm Any stretch material no smaller than 7/8 mm Have a lookout for logos that are same colour as the garment (it will not be visible unless requested) Biggest embroidery 350 x 350 mm


Any high-res image format Preparing of Artwork
Artworks digitized using Wilcom software package


Adds a more prestigious look to the garment
Small quantities are often more cost-effective than Screen Printing Embroidery will not fade or wash away Certain items must be embroidered – some items cannot be screen printed (eg fleece, certain moisture management garments and synthetic garments)


Longer turn- around time for large orders – as opposed to screen printing Fine details will not brand correctly –
Thread does not match pantones exactly in embroidery
Framing the embroidery (pockets on shirts) (Embroidered above pockets) (Remove pockets, embroider pocket , then resew pocket)