Apply the finishing touch to your business with our comprehensive range of clothing, suitable for embroidery or screen-printing. Branded workwear will give you and your employees a professional look, instilling confidence in your potential customers. See our clothing range here. Please note, prices do not include VAT or printing costs.
This is the process of sewing a digitised design onto garments. It looks stylish and of high quality, and works really well with jackets, polo shirts, fleece and much more. It’s long lasting, to the extent it normally outlasts the garment onto which it’s applied. The process is often more expensive than printing, especially for large designs, and it’s not always a suitable option for very light materials.There are 2 charges for embroidery: The first is a one-off set-up charge, which covers having the design digitised. The charge applies to each piece of artwork, i.e. if you have your logo embroidered on the front and back of a garment, and the sizes for each one differs, there will be a set-up charge for each different size of the logo. The second charge is a ‘per item’ charge, which applies to each item you have embroidered.
The majority of our printing is screen printing, but occasionally certain products or logos are better suited to the transfer printing method. This involves heat pressing cut vinyl onto garments, and suits individual names and numbers, one-off samples or low volume orders and nylon fabrics such as waterproofs and hi-vis jackets. Unlike screen printing, where the ink absorbs slightly into the garment, transfers sit on top of the garment. They look bright and crisp because the base colour of the clothing doesn’t affect the design. DTG (Direct to Garment) printing is another type of printing we offer. The special inks used contain a fusing agent, so once the design has been printed and cured, the inks permanently adhere to the fibres of the fabric, creating a vibrant coloured, high quality print that’s very durable and long lasting. Despite this, DTG prints will inevitably suffer from fatigue quicker than screen printed garments. To extend the life of all printed garments, we recommend washing and ironing them inside out.