Embroidered garments are ideal for giving your workforce a strong identity and helping to promote your brand. Embroidery is also remarkably hard wearing and the number of colours in the logo does not affect the price, making embroidery a cost-effective choice for logos with lots of colours. 

In terms of suitability, embroidery tends to work best on polo shirts, business shirts/blouses, aprons/tabards, jackets & headwear.

We have no minimum order size, so you can order as many or as few items as you need.

Screen Printing

Screen printing is best for multiple garments with the same design. Screen printing uses coloured inks to recreate your logo, which are then applied to the garment through mesh screens. 

This process is great for a range of different garments from t-shirts to hoodies and works exceptionally well for big back designs where multiple garments are using the same logo.

Screen printing is for orders of 30 or more items.

Vinyl Transfers


Vinyl transfer is usually our preferred process for less complex designs and logos, typically something with only 1 or 2 colours.

The best example of a vinyl transfer is the names and numbers on the back of a football shirt. We take a roll of vinyl, carefully cut out your design and then heat seal it onto the garment using a heat press.

This process works well for relatively low quantity orders. Vinyl transfer is suitable for the majority of garments (apart from fleece and wool) and we recommend this process for Hi Vis garments.

Transfer Printing

 Transfer Printing is a friendly and versatile printing technique which allows for great possibilities when it comes to garment personalisation. It is often best for bold, vibrant, full colour designs, and single colour individual names and numbers

There is a huge array of colours available, from fluorescents to metallic print effects and flock velvet effects and because it is printed on paper first and then transferred to the garment, this technique allows for more detail than many others.

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