Embroidery. Definition is machine sewing process of a logo or some fashion detail using a computer program that sends back information to a professional sewing machine with multiple sewing heads. Contemporary embroidery is stitched with a computerized machine using patterns digitized with software. In machine embroidery, different types of "fills" add texture and design to the finished work. Machine embroidery is used to add logos and monograms to business shirts or jackets, gifts, and team apparel as well as to decorate household linens, draperies, and decorator fabrics that mimic the elaborate hand of the past.
It is distinguished by its excellent quality and durability. It is wide selection of high end stiffness and durability of material. The stitching machine is suitable for application to various types of textile materials, especially for materials that do not withstand thermal application or temperature fixing. Machine sewing can be done on finished materials, such as shirts, jackets, caps, workwear, vest, shirts, and various other work or promotional clothing. When choosing the embroidery t-shirt would suggest a polo shirt as their pique is much more grateful for this technique. We can also work on shackles, winter caps, cotton caps, etc. depending on the model the embroidery can be applied to the forehead, and side. The price calculation depends on the pin needle, how much your logo has a stitch in a given dimension, so the unit price per piece depends on the amount of stitches. The program that prepares your emblem is paid on a flat-rate and one-off basis. There has also been a development in free hand, new machines have been designed that allow for the user to create free-motion embroidery which has its place in textile arts, quilting, dressmaking, home furnishings and more.