CUSTOM EMBROIDERED APPAREL & BADGES
4.1 3D Embroidery
3D Embroidery is a type of embroidery done with a 3D effect. This is a technique where foam is inserted under the top stitch to raise the surface, giving a three-dimensional look to any embroidery design. This is a kind of high-class finishing embroidery usually used on jackets, caps and sweater. Book your order today for personalized 3D embroidered apparel.
4.2 Appliqué Stitch Embroidery
Applique stitch embroidery refers to a needlework technique in which patterns are created through attaching smaller pieces of fabric to a larger piece of contrasting fabric. This technique works well for big embroideries and wordings, giving it a natural outlook.
4.3 Reverse Applique Embroidery
Reverse applique embroidery works the same way as applique stitch but the entire process is reversed tnd the smaller attachment stays behind the main fabric.
4.4 Fur Hair Embroidery
Fur hair embroidery is a method of using fur to create a part of an embroidery. This method is used normally for children wear and the logo of animals.
4.5 Embroidery Badges
Embroidery badges are logo embroidered on an external piece of cloth. People use embroidery badges to avoid sewing threads at the back of the embroidery. It can also be sewn on bags, pouches, blazers and many more. We are here to provide you custom made embroidered badges at highly affordable rates.
4.6 Laser Cut Out Embroidery
In the world of textiles, a laser cutting bridge system is an industrial machine for cutting and engraving textile materials (i.e. fabrics). It is formed by a galvanometric laser head and CO2 laser source that run along an horizontal beam (the bridge) supported by two lateral columns and sometimes by central columns. This system is placed over one or more embroidery machines, more frequently multi-head rather than single-head machines, cutting tables and roller devices to cut out and/or engrave embroidered fabrics.