Embroidery

At French Press Custom, we provide custom embroidery services all throughout Los Angeles and Orange County. Embroidery is a method where your design or logo is sewn onto a product – usually a garment. Sewing and stitching are done on computer-controlled machines programmed to replicate your design. Embroidery creates a long lasting professional design on garments and for this reason it is one of the best ways to customize your apparel.

Embroidery pricing is usually determined by the number of stitches in the customer’s design and the number of pieces being embroidered. Some of the most common items that we can be used on some of the following quality items: golf shirts, jackets, jerseys, hats, and corporate wear.

Embroidery Types

 

Flat

This is the traditional form of embroidery, created from digitized files and can be applied onto all types of garments including caps, polos, hoodies, and t-shirts.

3d Puff

3D puff embroidery is a technique where foam is inserted under your artwork to raise your design and give a 3 dimensional effect to your embroidery designs

Neon

Embroidery with Neon threads is similar to normal embroidery except that the threads are dyed with high sheen polyester dyes. Color options are limited to standard neon colors.

Metallic

Metallic thread is created with fine metallic particles providing a unique shine to your designs. Some popular color choices are gold, silver, copper, rose gold, and bronze.

Custom Embroidered Patches

Twill Applique

PROS

Quality Embroidery produces a crisp and professional look and you have the ability to make custom dynamic designs.

Long-Lasting Embroidery doesn’t wash or fade. Since it is stitched on it becomes part of the fabric on the item.

Multiple Colors Embroidery enables you to choose from several colors when you imprint once for no extra charge.

Time Since your design is computer automated it is a fast and simple process. Turnaround can be a matter of days.

CONS

Cost Embroidery can be expensive. The cost is based on the number of stitches used. Which means larger images mean more stitches, and more stitches raise the cost.

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