How does embroidery work?
Embroidering on clothing is done by machine. Designs range from simple names on the back of a hat to complicated logos on a shirt or bag.
The First Step is Digitizing Your Logo
Embroidery, though it has a long and rich tradition, is a thoroughly modern industry. A design idea may start with pencil and paper, but it soon meets a computerized manufacturing process.
Artwork must be digitized (converted) into a computerized embroidery format. A series of steps are taken to insure that a design idea, already translated to computer, will translate once more to thread and fabric.
Experience is crucial at this stage, because many informed judgments must be made to insure that the end result preserves the integrity of the original design. Premier Graph-x prides itself on the quality of its work at this stage, because it makes all the difference.
Stitching Patterns on Fabric
Ultimately, our staff creates a set of computer instructions that are fed to the embroidery machines. The machines use these instructions to create stitching patterns that move needle and thread across fabric. It’s awesome to watch a logo unfold in a complex series of stitches at lightning speed.
The End Result
Running at an average of 600 stitches per minute, we can embroider into a wide variety of wearables and materials, from caps, to bags, oxford shirts and performance polos, to bulky sweaters and quite a few items in-between.
Embroidery can be applied to just about any type of material that a needle can pierce as long as we can put a hoop on it. It’s a great way to lend distinction to caps, shirts, jackets, attaches, headbands, socks, sweatshirts, and much more.
When you decide to order embroidery, remember that Premier Graph-x offers the highest quality workmanship available anywhere. Better still, our pricing and customer service are top notch. Best of all: we make it easy for you.