Description

Already in ancient times this technique was used to decorate garments. This skill was mastered, among others, by the Peruvian Indians, who lived in South America before Incas, and by the ancient Chinese. The oldest embroidered items (dated 5th-4th century BC) were obtained from excavations. Due to its cost, embroidery was, however, widespread only in the 19th century as the process became automatic.

  1. Excellent quality and durability for many years.

  2. Aesthetically pleasing appearance.

  3. Threads are resistant to high temperature washing and ironing.

  4. Various colours are combined to get astonishing 3D effects.

  5. Computer embroidery may be combined with screen printing or DTG.

  6. Decoration of thicker hats and textiles where printing is not possible.

  7. Optimal solution for the series of 8 or more items.

  8. Patterns with many details, such as photos, are impossible to embroider.

Features
  1. Excellent quality and durability for many years.

  2. Aesthetically pleasing appearance.

  3. Threads are resistant to high temperature washing and ironing.

  4. Various colours are combined to get astonishing 3D effects.

  5. Computer embroidery may be combined with screen printing or DTG.

  6. Decoration of thicker hats and textiles where printing is not possible.

  7. Optimal solution for the series of 8 or more items.

  8. Patterns with many details, such as photos, are impossible to embroider.

Process

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