Left Chest Embroidery
This is one of the most common types of embroidery. Left chest digitizing needs to adjust the design according to fabric type and colors and then most important stitch type and its density so the embroidery could be the best possible.
It is also a very common type of embroidery like the Left Chest but Cap digitizing needs a special attention on the stitches sequence so smooth embroidery could be possible on the hat attachment and with the center seam. We sequence the cap designs center out and from bottom to top to make sure various parts could be registered perfectly.
It is most commonly used on caps and also used on flat embroidery to give the embroidery an extruded look. It is achieved by placing a piece of puff before the embroidery begins or as instructed by the designer in the color change sheet. In 3D puff digitizing, the embroidered doesn’t need to cut the puff manually. Our technically sound digitizer uses special techniques so the foam or puff is completely cut with the stitches.
It is considered one of the most hardened parts of digitizing because there are some limitations while printing on a fabric with needles and threads. Most commonly 11# needle is used for embroidery for mass production. Our expert small text digitizer punched each letter manually so the best result of the embroidery could be achieved with that. But we also offer digitizing for 9# needles and for thinner threads (ex. 60wt or 75wt) for finer results.
Jacket back digitizing is a form of embroidery that creates beautiful designs on the backsides and large areas across jackets and different types of apparel. The backsides of such apparel are perfect spaces for showcasing your business's identity, your team logo, or even a fun embroidery design that could be featured with an intricate piece of art. Jacket back digitizing needs special attention on the trims and color change so the design could be embroidered in a timely manner with maximum details.
Picture digitizing turns any of your memorable portraits into photo realistic embroidery with the help of Photo Stitch or Sfumato technique. Portrait digitizing is not a conventional approach. It's like an artist does the painting with the thread. It requires some clean ups on the graphics software as well so your photo turns into embroidery that looks like a piece of art that is most commonly used for gift purposes.
Pet & Animal
Pet & Animal digitizing technique is different from portrait digitizing. It is like normal digitizing with some special techniques and effects to achieve the animal's hairy look in embroidery. It gives embroidery a photo realistic look on any color garment and it also feels soft like a photo stitch.
Appliqué & Tackle Twillg
Where production time is a big concern, Appliqué digitizing is used in bigger areas instead of fill stitches to reduce the stitch count significantly. Appliqué, an embroidery technique in which fabric patches are layered on a foundation fabric, then stitched in place by machine with the raw edges turned under or covered with decorative or satin stitching.
In the Hoop
In the hoop digitizing or ITH is a form of digitizing that creates 3d objects in which all or most of the part of the object is created on an embroidery machine. It is a fun and creative work that needs skilled digitizer and expertise in the field so they can turn your ideas into real life. Most common In the hoop design examples are stuffed toys, zipper bags, sleeping masks, coasters and much more.
FreeStanding lace digitizing is also a form of “In hoop digitizing” but the most tricky one. Fabric do’nt used in freestanding lace embroidery, A hot or normal water melt film is used instead. So after melting the film just the design remains that is made just with stitches.
Sequin & Twin Sequin
Sequin embroidery is used to give apparel a glitter or sparkling look to enhance value and show. It is like a small piece of a shiny ornamental disc made from plastic or colored metal foil and available in various sizes. It requires a sequin head in an embroidery machine.
Chenille & Chain Stitch
It is the most popular embroidery type for a letterman jacket. Chenille embroidery, colloquially known as "chenille" is a kind of specialized loop or chain embroidery, which is made with yarn, not typical embroidery threads - polyester or viscose. Thanks to the use of yarn instead of threads , this embroidery method makes the pattern look optically thicker and fluffy. Like the Sequin and Twin Sequin, Chenille & chain stitch also require a special kind of head in the embroidery machine.
Unlike the traditional embroidery, in cross stitch embroidery an X-shaped stitches in a tiled, raster-like pattern used to form a picture all over the design. Cross-stitch is a form of sewing and a popular form of counted-thread embroidery. Our cross stitch digitizer can create patterns on any raster image that can be embroidered on any embroidery machine.
An embroidered patch, also known as a cloth badge, is a piece of embroidery which is created by using a fabric backing and thread and then heat cut. Patch digitizing needs some attention on density specially on the edges so the patch could be heat cut without fraying the edges. A patch is a simple and easy way to customize a garment & show off your business.
Cord embroidery refers to the technique of sewing thick fancy yarn, tapes or ribbons to fabric. When sewing tape or ribbon, it is sometimes referred to as tape embroidery or ribbon embroidery, usually for decorative purposes. Digitizers frequently want to see the cord line so that while they digitize, they don't overstitch on sharp turns.
Schiffli lace embroidery is a type of embroidery made by modern machines, evolved from a hand version, using needles with points at each end. Several hundred needles are placed horizontally, often in two rows, one above the other. The fabric to be embroidered is held vertically and pattern repeats on each needle. The Schiffli digitizer needs to align the pattern so the pattern in the final result should be registered perfectly.