Embellishment options available


We can provide a large range of customised embroidery and embroidered clothing options such as;

  • T-shirts
  • Polo shirts
  • Sweatshirts
  • Hoodies
  • Soft shells
  • Shirts and blouses
  • Baseball caps

Embroidery Artwork set up and costs

We digitise all our designs in-house to ensure our clients receive the best possible quality embroidery. To get the process started, we require you to simply email a copy of the logo or the text you require embroidered in any digital format and we can do the rest.

The set-up cost is generally a one-off charge, to set up and create your design in an embroidery format. This will then allow us to load the design into the embroidery machines. The embroidery file (or DST file) will then belong to you.

The prices are based on a stitch count for which a quotation will be sent to you by the next working day from your initial enquiry.

Embroidery Digital Samples

Once your design has been created we will then send you a digital sample of the design for you to approve.

Vinyl Transfer Print

Heat transfer vinyl printing is one of the most cost-effective and simple ways to create custom-printed products.

Heat transfer vinyl printing uses vinyl polymer that comes on a roll or in flat sheets. It is usually a single colour (but can be up to three) with a heat resistant backing that is heated with a heat press. The transfer is then cut, weeded and then heat pressed onto the garment.

Using the right temperature, pressure and duration of press is critical to the longevity of the print. So make sure that your heat press settings are following the specs given by the vinyl manufacturer. It is also important to note that different types of fabrics will require different temperature, pressure and time. Once you press the vinyl onto the fabric, you can remove the backing material. Depending on the vinyl specs this is either while the material is still hot or only after it has cooled. This is referred to as a “hot” vs. “cold” peel.

Screen Printing

Screen printing is another cost effective way, when large quantities are required (generally over 100 garments). The process involves pressing ink through a stencilled mesh screen to create a printed design. Screen printing is an effective technique for creating bold designs with multi colours onto fabric garments.


In simple terms, it’s a method of printing that transfers a design into a material or fabric using ink and heat.

First of all, a design is printed onto paper. The inks that are used turn into gas when brought under heat, then combine with the fabric and permanently print onto the fabric. The effects are permanent and less prone to fading, as the ink is embedded in the fabric or substrate rather than simply laying on top like a normal print.

The process is almost like a tattoo, but instead of for your skin, it’s for your chosen garment. The heat opens up the pores of the fabric, then with the applied pressure the ink cools and returns to a solid form.