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Application Methods


We have the capability to enhance your company logo and any associated text through either custom embroidery or printing on your selected items. Typically, logos are placed on the left side of the chest; however, you have the flexibility to choose from various customisation options, including the right chest, sleeves, or the back. The decision is entirely yours.

Our embroidery and printing machines offer a number of different methods to customise your workwear. The decision between embroidery and print may depend on the specific style of your logo or the garment materials.

As a brief guide to help you choose what method of customisation is best for you we have compiled a few points for each type of logo application.


Logo embroidery is an inexpensive way to customise your workwear and give your workforce a strong identity, helping to promote your brand. ​Embroidery will give a professional, resilient and corporate finish to your garments.

In order to add an embroidered logo to your workwear, we'll need to digitise it into an embroidery pattern. Embroidery machines rely on a particular type of digitally processed information to determine the number of stitches, the colours involved, and their placement. As a reference, a small embroidered logo typically consists of approximately 5,000 stitches, while a larger logo may contain 15,000 stitches or more.

This file type is identified by a .dst suffix, such as "mylogo.dst." You may already possess this file if your logo has been embroidered previously. If not, we can convert a JPEG or PDF file for you, although there is an additional charge of for this service.

We place a metal frame onto the garment and apply backing fabric to the logo area. This ensures the garment's stability during the stitching of the logo. While this process may occasionally result in a mark on the garment, it is easily removable through rubbing or washing. Once digitised your logo is submitted to the embroidery machines.

In terms of suitability, custom embroidery is most effective on polo shirts, business shirts/blouses, aprons/tabards, jackets, and headwear.

We will digitise your artwork/logo into an embroidery format for a one-time fee and will keep this on file for future use.


Printing offers numerous benefits. It's durable and offers the ability to produce distinctive and intricate designs with exceptionally vibrant colours. We use premium quality printing machines to guarantee the best result. There are a range of different print techniques available, and one option may be more appropriate depending on the garments you are using or the complexity of your logo.

PLEASE NOTE: We require a vectored image for all print applications. If you do not have this type of file we will need to vectorise your image. There is a one off charge for this service but once created your vectored image will be held on file for future use.


  • Vinyl

    A vinyl print is crafted from a soft, thin, and eco-friendly polyurethane material. This undergoes a meticulous heat-pressing process onto garments at a temperature of 150°C. The resulting print boasts a combination of flexibility and durability, providing a comfortable feel while ensuring longevity.

    What sets vinyl apart is its practicality, resilient to the rigours of washing, it can withstand temperatures of up to 80°C, making it suitable for maintaining the freshness and vibrancy of the printed design even through regular laundering. Furthermore, its tumble-dryer proof nature adds an extra layer of convenience, ensuring that the garment remains in pristine condition with minimal effort.

  • Versacamm

    A Versacamm print follows a similar process, but your artwork is initially printed onto the material, allowing for unlimited colour options.

    These prints possess a thicker texture compared to vinyl but maintain durability even after washing. Versacamm prints are especially suitable for smaller production runs, particularly those involving intricate or multi-colored designs.

  • Transfer

    The third and final method for printing on garments involves the use of transfers. Similar to the names and numbers on the back of a football shirt, a sheet of vinyl is precisely cut into the shape of your logo or design. The remaining design is then inverted and securely heat-sealed onto the garment using a heat press.

    Vinyl transfer is particularly effective for less intricate designs with a limited colour palette; typically, a logo with 1-2 colours is well-suited for this method. This process is ideal for relatively small quantity orders and is compatible with most garments, excluding fleece and wool. We highly recommend this method, especially for Hi-Vis garments.

Not sure what type of decoration is right for you?

Please contact our expert design and decoration team via the form below, or call:

0151 608 6912