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 Our embroidery and printing machinery will bring your logo to life on any garment. However, there are factors, like the material of your garment, which you should consider before you decide on what kind of application you wish to use. If you are unsure please contact use beforehand to discuss what you’re end goal is.

Here is a brief guide to help you choose what method of customisation is best for you. We have put together a few points on each type of logo application.


Embroidered garments are ideal for a number of purposes, the most popular of which being used by employers to give their workforce a strong identity and help to promote their brand.

With this technique when adding a logo to your garment via embroidery, a metal frame is placed onto the garment and backing fabric is applied to the logo area. This ensures that the garment is secure while the logo is stitched. Occasionally, this process may leave a mark on the garment but is nothing that can’t be easily rubbed or washed off. The actual embroidery process is carried out by a computerised embroidery machine. Your logo is digitised and submitted to the embroidery machines, with the process beginning once additional instructions like the colour of the threads have also been submitted. We use only the best threads and embroidery machines to guarantee the highest quality result.

In terms of suitability, embroidery tends to work the best on polo shirts, business shirts/blouses, aprons/tabards, jackets & headwear.


Sublimations gives you many advantages: it's durable and it can create unique and complex designs using extremely vivid colours' we use a high quality printing machines give you the highest quality end product to leave you with a smile on your face.


The third and final way we can print on a garment is by transfer, most recognisable in the form of names and numbers on team sports shirts. A sheet of vinyl is carefully cut into the specific shape of your logo or design, the remaining design is then flipped and finally heat sealed onto the garment using a heat press.

A vinyl transfer is great for less complex designs with low colours, typically a logo with 1-3 colours would be applied with this method. This process works well for relatively low quantity orders. Vinyl transfer is suitable for the majority of garments (apart from fleece and wool) we recommend this process for Hi-Vis garments.

Other notes

To adhere to our own quality standards, we do not provide embroidery on garments that have a weight under 175gsm, this is because the material is so thin it cannot hold the embroidery and therefore tends to pukker, we therefore don't offer embroidery on thin garments as it doesn't give the polished logo appearance that we pride ourselves on.

We will only sublimate on to garments that have a minimum of 65% polyester count due to colours being held better by the material the higher the count.

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