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Decorating technique using needle and thread.
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- Creates a three-dimensional effect on fabric.
- More durable compared to printing.
- Embroidery can be applied to a wide range of fabrics.
-Embroidery offers a sense of quality and professionalism, making it perfect for corporate apparel.
Popular products include workwear, sportswear and promotional clothing
Decorating technique that uses laser beams to etch designs onto different materials.
Works best on leather, powder-coated metal, and wood products.
Decoration method that uses ultraviolet light to cure premium inks onto surfaces.
UV can be used on almost any material and is a great way to make your branding pop
Decoration method that uses heat and pressure to apply metallic or coloured foil onto surfaces.
Works best on paper, card and leather. Foil blocking is often applied to packaging materials like boxes for a premium feel. Available in gold, silver & copper.
Decoration method where ink is pushed through a mesh screen onto a surface to create a design.
Natural materials such as cotton & cotton blends are the most popular choices when choosing screen printing as they tend to absorb the ink better.
Technique that involves heat pressing vinyl material onto fabric.
Flex Transfer can be applied to a variety of fabrics but is most commonly used for larger runs of fabric products such as shopping totes, bags, jerseys, and other activewear.