Embroidery for textiles

Embroidery The garments and other textile products can be decorated with embroidery. Just a small logo makes a big difference. Some of the customers choose both print and embroidery on the same garment. There are three different types of embroidery options: 1. Direct Embroidery 2. Embroidery Patch 3. Hand Embroidery Direct embroidery Direct embroidery is done directly on the fabric with the help of machines. In order to do this, a design must be in place. The design can be given in a digital file where the factory can clearly see all the details and colours etc. The design is then digitized to create a computer file that instructs the embroidery machine what to sew where. Once the sewing is ready the piece is taken off the machine and goes for cutting of loose threads etc. Sometimes the embroidered fabric needs further cutting before getting stitched to the garment or textile product. There are machines for 1 to 16 different colours in one go. Big machines can do the work on up to 24 garments, or more at the same time. Every new design on the machine takes time to set up, hence small quantities become costlier. Patch Embroidery Patches can be designed in just about any shape and colour. The patches have a 3D look which make them eye catching. These are easy to apply and can be stocked for future use. Also, some people like to collect them. Typically, when producing garments, let say an exclusive polo T-shirt, then you can add a logo or symbol or text on a patch to make the garment more exclusive. Hand Embroidery This is done completely by hand. Normally sequences and beads are embroidered to create a design. This kind of embroidery looks astonishingly nice and gives an nice look to the garment. Different designs like flowers, birds, fruits, lettering etc. can be created with this method. Sometimes, first the embroidery or printing is done on the machine and then only few sequence or stones are added just to enhance the design. Note With embroidery you cannot use "one million colours". But is limited to the maximum of the embroidery machine or else about 16 distinct colours. The price depends on the design, how many stiches are used per square cm and the size of the embroidery and the number of colours and hove many times the same embroidery is used.
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Embroidery for textiles

Embroidery The garments and other textile products can be decorated with embroidery. Just a small logo makes a big difference. Some of the customers choose both print and embroidery on the same garment. There are three different types of embroidery options: 1. Direct Embroidery 2. Embroidery Patch 3. Hand Embroidery Direct embroidery Direct embroidery is done directly on the fabric with the help of machines. In order to do this, a design must be in place. The design can be given in a digital file where the factory can clearly see all the details and colours etc. The design is then digitized to create a computer file that instructs the embroidery machine what to sew where. Once the sewing is ready the piece is taken off the machine and goes for cutting of loose threads etc. Sometimes the embroidered fabric needs further cutting before getting stitched to the garment or textile product. There are machines for 1 to 16 different colours in one go. Big machines can do the work on up to 24 garments, or more at the same time. Every new design on the machine takes time to set up, hence small quantities become costlier. Patch Embroidery Patches can be designed in just about any shape and colour. The patches have a 3D look which make them eye catching. These are easy to apply and can be stocked for future use. Also, some people like to collect them. Typically, when producing garments, let say an exclusive polo T- shirt, then you can add a logo or symbol or text on a patch to make the garment more exclusive. Hand Embroidery This is done completely by hand. Normally sequences and beads are embroidered to create a design. This kind of embroidery looks astonishingly nice and gives an nice look to the garment. Different designs like flowers, birds, fruits, lettering etc. can be created with this method. Sometimes, first the embroidery or printing is done on the machine and then only few sequence or stones are added just to enhance the design. Note With embroidery you cannot use "one million colours". But is limited to the maximum of the embroidery machine or else about 16 distinct colours. The price depends on the design, how many stiches are used per square cm and the size of the embroidery and the number of colours and hove many times the same embroidery is used.
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