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Computerised software is used to produce a digitised design, up to twelve colours, run on a state of the art industrial embroidery machine producing a very permanent logo, ideal for workwear that will go through an industrial wash. This method is flexible for difficult fabrics that cannot always be screenprinted such as fleeces or woollen clothing, as well as giving a quality finish that  adds value to a garment.

This method is mainly used for smaller images such as a  company logo  or club badge on  a polo or sweatshirt , although larger images can be embroidered on the backs of garments this can be expensive as more stitches in a design will mean it will take longer on the embroidery machine, very often a combination of  an embroidered logo on the front left breast will be used with a screenprinted or heat applied logo on the back to keep costs down.