If you have an item that you are considering having embroidered, it’s reassuring to know that just about any fabric can be embroidered. Before an item is embroidered, there is preparation work that is involved to ensure the best possible result. This includes finalising and perfecting the design, choosing the thread plus working out the best way to embroider the item to get the best finish.
Badgers Embroidery is locally owned and operated in Bunbury and specialises in offering a wide selection of high-quality custom embroidery solutions that can be personalised to your needs. Our team are trained and experienced and take pride in producing a quality finish each time.
Read on to learn more about what fabrics can be embroidered including:
- Sturdy fabrics
- Delicate fabrics
Sturdy fabrics that are often embroidered include twill and canvas. These fabrics are ideal to be embroidered and produce great results. Apparel and accessories that are twill are canvas can include items such as work shirts, hats and bags.
While delicate fabrics can be embroidered, they must be treated and handled with care to ensure they aren’t damaged during the process. Delicate fabrics include fabrics that are fine and thinner such as silk or polyester. Apparel and accessories that are often delicate fabrics can include ties, ladies formal wear and silk pillowcases.
The best thread to use when embroidering an item is determined by the type of fabric plus the design. As thread comes in an extensive range of colours, it can easily be matched and as embroidered imprints are programmed into a machine, it is easy to switch from one colour to another. The number of stitches it will take to create a design is referred to as the stitch count.
For high quality embroidery, Badgers Embroidery are your Bunbury embroidery professionals
You can trust the expert, friendly and reliable service provided by Badgers Embroidery. We offer affordable prices and fast turn arounds and offer a pick-up and delivery service in the South West
Call in and chat to our team at Unit 2, 13 Sandridge Road in Bunbury or call us on 9791 4644.