(Part 3 of a 4 part series)
Garment decoration is quite popular these days. The market has a high demand when it comes to beautiful ornamented clothing, totes, hats, blankets and more. There are a variety of options to add color and décor to garments and embroidery is a particularly prevalent method.
The definition of embroidery is the art of working raised and ornamental designs with a needle into any woven fabric, leather, paper etc…
Businesses often want to add logos to shirts, hats and even backpacks in order to help advertise their brand. Embroidered products look professional and last longer than items that have been screen printed.
The technology associated with embroidery has come a long way. There are a few basic steps to the process. The following facts and information will give you an overview from start to finish.
- Embroidery is primarily done on machines today.
- Custom designs are loaded into a factory’s software.
- Then someone presses a frame around the imprint area. The goal here is to keep the surface taut so that it will have a flawless look.
- The frame gets locked into position under the machine’s sewing needle.
- The area is moved around in a way that it automatically creates the stitched pattern.
- The thread color is stitched individually until the logo is complete.
- There are no shortages of colors and options to create the right look for your design.
- The last step is for someone to clip the stray fibers by hand and then your product is ready.
The process for embroidering garments has changed over time and gotten much easier to do with all the improved technology. Companies are able to create a custom logo design and have it replicated down to the exact colors. They are able to have employee uniforms, hats and polo shirts embroidered quite simply and without a huge investment time and money wise.