Getting some swag for your team? There are so many ways to get custom apparel, branded with your logo, that it can be hard to choose which type of customization works best for you. There are different types of customization options for apparel, and all are great for different types of activities:
All of these decoration methods have different looks and feels - and today, we’re going to be going through vinyl transfer and embroidery and what the differences can be for your team.
Vinyl transfers use heat to activate and attach the vinyl layer to a piece of fabric. The vinyl applique is soft and has stretch, making it perfect for apparel and high performance equipment.
Embroidery is a great way to have high quality apparel and customization. Embroidery is the process of stitching different colors and styles onto a piece of fabric to create a logo. Embroidered logos need to be digitized and mapped onto the machine to create clean lines and repeatable structures. Read about our step by step embroidery process fortees here.
Vinyl transfer is great for high impact shirts and uniforms - think warehouse tees and activewear. Vinyl transfer is much lighter than embroidery, but as a result, do not last as long. These are great for easy, cheapcustom tees and sportswear
Embroidery looks best on high quality apparel that really emphasize your brand’s quality. Embroidery is very versatile and looks great on:
Benefits of Embroidery as a Decoration Method
Benefits of Vinyl Transfer as a Decoration Method
Drawbacks of Embroidery as a Decoration Method
Drawbacks of Vinyl Transfer as a Decoration Method
We would be remiss if we didn’t mention our expertise in embroidered apparel. We love a great embroidered piece of clothing, because to us, we love durability and flexibility. We are experts in workwear and smart casual embroidered clothing for companies that want to give a little extra to their employees this season. Find your next great piece with Thread Logic.
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