Monthly Archive:: February 2013
In commercial embroidery, distortion is an unpleasant fact, as much as you wish it wasn't. No matter how great a design looks on a computer screen, it will be slightly different on the fabric.
There are different types of corners; each has merit. Know the difference, and you are on the way to be a master of the embroidery corner!The best results in embroidery are all about the relationship between
With Colman and Company’s Brush-N-Bake rhinestone transfer stencil maker, you can immediately start adding bling to your customers, and profits to your wallet!
Being talented in commercial embroidery isn’t enough; to market effectively, you need to know how to sell your product’s quality. Five tips to help you focus on the details, little things that make your embroidery easy to sell to customers.
You see denim just about everywhere; it is the perfect fabric for commercial embroidery. However, sewing on denim can be a little tricky.
In commercial embroidery, when it comes to quality, you can still use the best supplies and keep your reputation for being frugal. Saving a few pennies on cheap commercial embroidery supplies may wind up costing more in the end