EMBROIDERY

We have full in house embroidery in both locations. Whether it’s a hat or a golf towel or a duffle bag, if we can hoop it, we can embroider it!  Our embroidery professionals are highly trained, which means they know all the tricks of the trade to make the logo look perfect. We stock over 100 shades of thread to facilitate pantone matching and can stitch designs containing up to 15 thread colors per logo.

Hard foam matching the color of embroidery is used to enhance part(s) of the logo to give it a 3 dimensional look. Typically used on baseball cap fronts, we have also embroidered raised/3D logos on bags, hoodies as well jackets.

We can do embroidery on fire retardant safety garments and toques. We have all the equipment to embroider heavy winter safety parkas, coveralls, hoodies and safety vests etc.

Embroidery digitizing is tracing artwork with stitches using embroidery software to turn it into embroidery files. … In other words, embroidery digitizing is using embroidery software to create a machine embroidery design file with a series of commands that tell your embroidery machine how to stitch out that design

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SCREEN PRINT

Screen printing is a printing method where ink is pushed through a woven screen onto fabric. The ink doesn’t soak into the fabric, but lays on top of the product. With screen printing, a special screen has to be made for each element of your design. Once that’s done, the colors and elements of the design are applied layer by layer onto the garment. The more layers your design has, the longer it’ll take to print it and the thicker the design will feel on the product.

PATCHES

We have a laser machine and do these completely in house. A laser cut patch is a uniquely made patch that is best achieved with a laser cut machine. laser cut patches are cut into any shape you would like, which makes them completely one-of-a-kind.

Leather patches are a statement piece, giving your brand an instantly recognizable identity that silently and eloquently speaks of excellence. Using a variety of colors and techniques, these patches will add customizable flair to the products they are applied to.

A new twist to a classic decoration method. sublimated patches are ideal for reproducing multi-color, complex logos with small details. simple shape patches have a merrowed edge and are hand stitched to the cap, complex shape patches have a satin stitched edge and are heat pressed to the cap. 

Embroidered patches are the perfect combination of affordability, durability and design potential with hundreds of thread colors to match your logo or drawing.  Their unique texturing lets some designs visually “pop” off the patch with real depth.

Woven patches have many of the benefits of embroidered, but due to the tighter weave they can “pack in” more details like small letters in the same amount of space. The tradeoff is that they don’t have the “texture” of embroidery, but that works just fine for small lettering. 

Chenille patches are old school, but they’re back in fashion, too. These fuzzy threads don’t show off detail well; where they shine are bold, colorful pieces with simple lettering or design. 

An Embroidered Epaulet, sometimes referred to as a “slip-on” or “shoulder-loop”, is usually worn in pairs on the shoulders of service, military or club uniforms, to signify membership, level or rank. They are manufactured with 100% polyester twill fabrics and 100% polyester embroidery threads, with up to 15 colours per design. They can be formatted into various sizes, and are commonly produced in rectangular or quadrilateral shapes.

HEAT APPLIED VINYL

 Heat Transfer Vinyl is a type of material that can be cut with a vinyl cutter to make designs, letters or numbers in an array of styles. Heat Transfer Vinyl allows for the customization of a variety of items, including sports jerseys, T-shirts, performance apparel, active wear, jackets and more. With our selection and variety of colours you will be able to decorate just about anything!

DTG PRINTING

Direct-to-garment, or DTG, is a printing method that sprays the ink onto the garment. The ink then soaks into the fibers of the garment. It’s like printing on paper, but on clothing. This allows us to print multicolor designs with ease.

APPLIQUE

Making the impossible logos possible. From a great retail look to a nice vintage feel, our decorating team can put together multimedia concepts to add unique dimensions to your logos and garments. 

LASER ENGRAVING

Laser engraving is a process that uses laser technology to engrave or burn a mark into the fabric of a garment or on the surface of a product. This technique is perfect for apparel or just products that are hard to decorate with other means. Laser engraving  on fleece, polyester and microsuede items burns the top layer of the fabric resulting in a darker, tonal mark on the garment. The tone of the mark will vary based on the color of the fabric. Medium colored fabrics achieve a more distinguishable design than on darker or lighter fabrics.

Laser Patches – We have a laser machine and do these completely in house. A laser cut patch is a uniquely made patch that is best achieved with a laser cut machine. laser cut patches are cut into any shape you would like, which makes them completely one-of-a-kind.

SUBLIMATION

This quick and effective digital print method is growing in popularity for smaller batch orders and those designs that rely on the details. Sublimation printing is also known as ‘all over printing’ as it allows you to choose a design that can literally go from seam to seam. Some items we can sublimate on, but are not limited to, are polyester t-shirts, buffs, ceramic mugs, and metal tumblers. 

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