Process / Production
There recently has been a virtual explosion of personalization, including monograms, in many decorating disciplines.
Impeccable screen-printed detail. Vibrant colors. A boom box. This year's winner has it all.
Appliqué may be a fancy-sounding word complete with an accent mark, but the process is nothing more than simply sewing a piece of fabric on top of another and adding a neat border of stitches.
One of the greatest benefits of using embroidery on garments, totes, caps or home décor is the phrase, “No minimums.”
When it comes to getting the biggest bang for your embroidery buck, the right backing or topping makes the difference between a ho-hum product and results that truly pop.
During the past few years, there have been some interesting developments in the embroidery machines and supplies arena.
If you are baking a cake and forget to add the eggs, you won’t get the desired results. The same goes for your embroidered orders. Forgetting just one thing could result in the loss of a good customer.
We all have bought something and — upon opening it — wondered how it ever left the manufacturer that way.
All habits — both good and bad — become magnified when expanding from operating singlehead embroidery equipment to a multihead configuration.
You’ve probably heard it before, but the following old adage always rings true: Change is the only constant you can count on.