Embroidery of logos for workwear uniforms is a popular and professional method of customisation that involves stitching a design directly onto the fabric. This process adds a touch of sophistication to uniforms and ensures a durable and long-lasting representation of a company’s brand.

Here’s an overview of the embroidery process for workwear uniforms:


Digitisation of the Design:

Before embroidery can take place, the logo or design needs to be digitised. This involves converting the image into a format that can be interpreted by an embroidery machine. The digitised file serves as a guide for the stitching process.  There is a once-off set-up charge for this process of €50.00.


Thread and Color Selection:

Different threads are used to create the embroidery. The choice of thread color is an important step in ensuring that the embroidered logo accurately reflects the company’s brand colours. High-quality threads are used to ensure durability and colourfastness over time.


Hooping the Garment:

The garment, whether it’s a shirt, hat, or jacket, is securely hooped onto an embroidery machine. Hooping ensures that the fabric remains taut and stable during the stitching process.


Machine Setup:

The embroidery machine is set up with the digitised design and the selected thread colours. The machine then precisely follows the programmed instructions to stitch the design onto the garment.


Stitching Process:

The machine uses a combination of stitches to replicate the design. Satin stitches are often used for lettering and outlining, while fill stitches can be employed for larger areas. The process is highly accurate, and modern embroidery machines can produce intricate details.


Quality Control:

After the stitching is complete, the garment undergoes a quality control check. This involves inspecting the embroidery for any defects, ensuring that the design is accurate, and confirming that the thread tension is consistent.


Finishing Touches:

Once the embroidery is verified, any excess threads are trimmed, and the garment is prepared for final inspection and packaging.



Benefits of Embroidery for Workwear Logos:

Professional Appearance:

Embroidery adds a polished and professional look to workwear, enhancing the overall appearance of uniforms.


Embroidered logos are known for their durability. They withstand repeated washing and wear, making them suitable for long-term use.


Embroidery is versatile and can be applied to various types of fabrics and garments, including shirts, jackets, hats, and more.

Brand Representation:

The three-dimensional texture of embroidery provides a tactile and visually appealing representation of a company’s logo.


Embroidery allows for intricate detailing and customisation, making it suitable for both small and large logos.