Logo : Single Colour $34.95 Dual Colour $44.95
Multi Colour $49.95
What is Digitizing? Well did you know while a ‘initial or text’ (font) can be entered into the machine embroider, others (say logos) need to be converted to a ‘language’ that the embroider understands to complete the job. We can digitize your logo for a once only fee of $99.95 and then the file is yours to keep and used wherever applicable for future branding requirements. That is, if you have a digitized logo for your shirts, you may now use file to customise future items like hats, bags or jackets once you have the file.
Success starts with customisation! Enjoy standing out in your company by adding embroidered initials to your cuff of any business shirt.
Embroider four initials, no more than one inch in length and no more than an inch in height. Choose from 30 different cotton colours. Your choice, left or right hand side cuffs. Additional details to be extra. Please allow a 72 hour turnaround.
Drop in or pick up via valet service, Monday to Friday, TXT 0488 30 30 30.
Wreath, Crest and Other Designs
We have many designs available: View the Wreath Designs and Frame Designs.
Multiples: We can give you a quick price on multiples, current deals and offers simply email us.
Artwork and Design: We can digitise your design with pricing bound merely by complexity, usually $99 one-off fee.
Corporate & Retail Monogramming
Would you like to stock and sell monogrammed products, or refer your clients to us? Embroidery services are great for clothing retailers, wedding planners, formal dress shops, homeware and gift shops, conference centres and funeral homes.
Contact us today for more information.
Tatami stitches are laid down in a pattern similar to that of a basket weave, as opposed to Satin stitches which are done in a loop fashion. This difference means that embroidery done using Tatami stitching is less liable to catch or get threads accidentally pulled out. This enhanced durability makes it a great stitch option for items such as linen table napkins.
Classic Gold vs Metallic Gold: Both types of gold thread look spectacular when embroidered, but it’s worth keeping in mind that metallic gold thread tends to stretch in the machine, causing many thread breaks. This is why on average, metallic gold embroidery costs around $10 more. Metallic gold thread also has a limited life in the cleaning process unless the item is only ever hand washed, therefore if choosing metallic gold please consider how often your item will need to be washed and whether it can easily be done by hand.