EMBROIDERY

The craft of decorating fabric or other materials using a needle to apply thread or yarn. Embroidery is available with a wide variety of thread or yarn colour. 

From simple logo to intricate logo, simple lettering or decorative design, SDS Advance can do it.

PROCESSING TIME

From digitizing the art to embroidering it on the garment. Embroidery printing takes 3-7 working days for it to be completed.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENT

There’s no minimum order requirement for our embroidery service. You can even order if it’s only 1 piece

FOR YOUR INFO

FOR YOUR INFO

When doing embroidery with us, you can either buy ready shirts from our store or bring your own garment/shirts/fabric.

DESIGN

DESIGN

The process of converting artwork to embroidery is called digitizing and a special embroidery software program is used to do just that.

The better the art, the better the embroidery. We appreciate it if you could provide us a clear photo of the art you would like to embroider.

If your artwork involves lettering, you’ll want to be sure the smallest letter is at least ¼ inch tall. Small lettering will look mesh or squashed. Superfine detail often does not translate well to embroidery

Certain logo, has been drawn and done before. Please consult with our sales team to inquire whether the logo you want to embroider has been done before.

ORDERING PROCESS

Start with a price quote. To request a quote, have these pieces of info available:

  • Garment type
  • Quantity of items (including breakdown of sizes)
  • Final art file or description of art that you would like created including its sizing if you have
  • Location of embroidery on the garment
  • Finishing

Submit the order

  • Once you have all your order info completed, your order is ready to be processed and submit to our sales team.

Digitizing and Sew Out

  • The embroidery art department will digitize your art. Sewn sample swatch will be provided for your approval before production starts for your order
  • If you need to change anything to the design, for example, thread color now is the time.
FOR YOUR INFO

FOR YOUR INFO

Some fabrics that are least suited for embroidery are thin or flimsy fabrics

Fabric or garment made from silk, rayon, or superfine t-shirts, these are not suitable for embroidery. The same goes for bags with sponge element

Holes from the sewing needle are likely to show on these fine fabrics or for the bags with sponge element case, we are not able to frame it for the embroidery process

  • Shirts

  • Jacket

  • Vest
  • Coats
  • Necktie
  • Cap
  • Towel & Handkerchief
  • Bags
  • Nametag
  • Pants
  • Apron
  • Taekwando/Karate belts
  • Leather
  • Velvet
  • Denim

These are a few materials and fabrics we had worked with. Didn’t see what you were planning to embroider?

Contact us and we would appreciate it if you could provide a photo example of what you were looking for.

Or you visit us at our main shop and we would appreciate it if you could bring along the material or fabric you would like to embroider

STITCH TYPES 

Many types of stitch are used in the embroidery process, but the two most common are the Satin and Fill type stitch.

Satin stitch is a series of flat stitches that are used to completely cover a section of the background fabric.

While Fill stitches involve much more thread and act as the foundation when used underneath other types of embroidery.

POSITION OF ART ON GARMENT

POSITION OF ART ON GARMENT

You can refer to the image below to see popular position where the design is embroidered on round neck and collar shirt.

The logo is usually embroidered on the left side of the shirt, while the name/lettering is usually on the right.

Lettering is also usually done at the front center of the garment and back center of the garment.

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SAMPLES OF EMBROIDERY DESIGN & SERVICE

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