Looking for a new hat or embroidered polo for your business? We can handle that too! We offer embroider service on many different items, so just let us know exactly what you are looking for and we can make it happen. Our embroidery service is top notch and will leave your customers / clients with a long lasting impression every time!
An embroidered logo can instantly enhance the aesthetics of your company’s apparel! At BlackSheep, our embroidery services look great on caps, hats, dress shirts, polos, outerwear, and other apparel. We can offer you designs that features many different colors. We have access to quality materials and we use high end threads to ensure that your embroidered logo will look perfect and last for years.
What is Embroidery? — Embroidery is the technique of decorating fabric or other materials with a needle and thread. Embroidery may also incorporate other materials such as, pearls, beads, quills, and sequins. Earlier historic examples of embroidery include chain stitch, blanket stitch, satin stitch, and cross stitch which remain the remain the fundamental techniques of hand embroidery. Embroidery today is in a wide variety of tread colors and is seen on caps, hats, coats, blankets, dress shirts, denim, stockings, and golf shirts. Embroidery years ago was considered very expensive due to the time consuming methods used to carry out this process. In recent years, embroidery has become more affordable due to the process of digitizing and automation. The modern cost effective ways of embroidery translates to savings for the consumer making it a more affordable option.
The development process begins with a graphic design that is converted into a digital format that the embroidery machine can recognize. These set of operations are known as digitizing which is a very time consuming part of the whole process. Once the file is digitized, it goes into the embroidery program on the computer that controls the embroidery machine. Once the embroidery machine and materials are set up, the computer sends the instructions to the embroidery machine and the design is sewn onto the product.