When people spend money on embroidery, they are looking for a professional, classic look that represents their business well. If you are delivering work that looks sloppy, your competition is going to win every single time.
Here are 6 tips for embroidering left chest logos straight from the pros at ColDesi, that are going to make your work stand out.
On colmanandcompany.com we offer two main types of backings – CutAway and TearAway. However, there are different styles, weights, and colors of both.
A Topping is a piece of material that pushes down the fibers of the item you are sewing on, allowing the embroidery to be pushed to the top.
When applying backing to the inside of a garment it is super helpful to use a spray adhesive, like Tempo Spray. This is basically a can of sprayable glue that will give your backing a slight adhesion to your garment. Then, when you go to hoop your shirt, you don’t have to worry about your backing slipping and sliding all over the place.
Perfect left chest logo placement can set a part a professional embroiderer from an amateur. However, it can take tons of practice to nail down your logo placement skills.
So, to help you out, we put together a perfect placement guide.
Hoop burn is the annoying mark that is sometimes left behind on a shirt after it has been “hooped” for embroidery.
Basically, it happens when you hoop a shirt too tightly. Your hoop is rubbing on your shirt when being locked in place and this can cause a mark.
What most people don’t realize is that bird nesting, thread and needle breaks often happened because the design you are sewing out has no rhyme or reason. This means your digitized file is not following a logical sewing order and this can cause major problems for your machine.
With hand-done embroidery digitizing from ColDesi Graphics you are going to get digitized art files that are done very methodically by digitizing experts.
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