Print & Embroidered Logos Explained
Your workwear needs to represent your brand in the best way possible, using quality garments, with a perfect finish that lasts.
Unsure which to choose? That’s what we’re here for! As part of our exceptional customer service, we strive to ensure we get the right method for your project- going to any length necessary. We know the right questions to ask to take out all of the guess work. And with 100’s of happy repeat customers, and decades of experience, we guarantee you will be very happy with the finished results.
Both print and embroidery are excellent decorating techniques, producing exceptional looking finished garments. However, there are many important points to consider when choosing one process over another.
List of garment decorating methods:
- Digital/ direct to garment
Quantity: different methods are more cost effective than others, so if this is the main decision-making factor for you, it’s good to have a selection of options.
Design: size, number of designs and level of detail. Printing is best to capture all levels of a design, such as gradients and intricate details. However, on a chest logo, embroidery looks very polished.
Timescale: some printing methods take longer than others, so if a short turnaround is required, it may be worth choosing a quicker option.
Use of the garment: embroidery is a very durable finish, which last the lifetime of a garment. However, for something like “Marshal” in large lettering on a t-shirt, vinyl printing could work better.
Material of the garment: a very light material may not be suitable for embroidery, depending on the design.
How much will it cost to apply a logo?: We keep all of our pricing systems as simple and clear as possible, and our logos are no exception. For both print and embroidered logos the cost is £2.50 for a small logo, and £3.95 for a large logo, per garment. This cost is also subject to the same discount structure we apply to all of our items.