Custom Embroidery is the most durable method of garment decoration available. From corporate apparel to team uniforms, Leading Edge Screen Printing has the experience and resources to provide you with the best product possible. Unlike screen printing, which can be subject to ink fading and color loss, embroidered decorations have the longevity and durability to hold strong for the life of the garment.
Embroidery is a process in which thread is stitched directly into the fabric of the garment. Unlike screen printing, you're only charged by the design's stitch count. The larger your artwork the more stitches, generally. Embroidery also allows for any amount of colors in your design.
Once we've completed your artwork, your design is sent through to our digitizing team to be reformatted into a file that an embroidery machine can read. Be aware that not all artwork is suitable for embroidery. Our design team will go through all your options to make sure you receive the best quality on your order.
A sew-out can be provided upon request before the entire job is run. This serves as a physical sample that you as the customer can approve or make changes to before production. We can provide as many sew-outs as necessary until we get the right look. After approval, that's it! We'll let you know when your order is ready for pickup or delivery.
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Here are a few common locations and embroidery types
Left chest embroideries are common for business apparel such as polos and jackets. Embroidery is generally considered more professional than screen printing and will also last longer. This also makes them great for sports apparel such as team jackets.
Embroidery is perfect for branding on caps and beanies. It's durable enough to stand up to outdoor use while providing a classic all-American look for any company or event.
This option is by far the most expensive type of embroidery but for good reason! Spice up any jacket or coat with an awesome full-size design that will last as long as the jacket holds together.