Why EMBROIDER my clothing to personalize it?

Embroidery involves applying threads and stitches directly onto the garment you want to personalize using a needle and thread. It adds a handmade touch with texture and volume, creating a very elegant look.


This method is the most durable when it comes to customizing clothing, as it does not wear out, unlike screen printing and direct printing, which, no matter how high the quality, will eventually wear or peel off.

Despite screen printing and direct printing, for example, being faster and more efficient in producing large quantities, embroidery is more durable, high-quality, and has a lower minimum quantity requirement, 12 garments.

Additionally, embroidery can be applied to a wider variety of fabrics and garments, and it's possible to customize with high relief (3D) and normal relief.

Tips for customizing your clothing with embroidery:

  1. Choose a high-quality garment: A quality piece of clothing, such as those from NATIVE SPIRIT, is essential for ensuring that the embroidery is well-finished and looks good. Additionally, high-quality garments often last longer, keeping the embroidery looking beautiful for an extended period.
  1. Choose the right colors: Opt for good contrast between the garment color and the design colors to ensure readability and make the design stand out.
  2. Choose a skilled professional: At Maudlin, our professionals have extensive experience and can handle nearly all types of fabrics and garments, using high-quality equipment and materials.

What fabrics can be embroidered on?

Embroidery can be done on a wide variety of fabrics, but there are some fabrics that are more suitable for embroidery than others. In general, the most common fabrics for embroidery are those made from natural fibers, such as:

  • Cotton: It's one of the most popular fabrics for embroidery because it's soft, durable, and easy to work with.
  • Linen: It's a strong fabric with a fine, natural texture that provides an excellent finish for embroidery.
  • Silk: It's an elegant fabric with a smooth, shiny surface that allows for delicate and sophisticated embroidery.
  • Wool: It's a warm and soft fabric that allows for voluminous and cozy embroidery.
  • Denim: It's a durable and long-lasting fabric that allows for bold embroidery with texture and relief.

Besides these fabrics, it's also possible to embroider on other types of fabric like polyester, nylon and leather.

However, these fabrics can be more challenging to work with and may require a different type of needle and thread to ensure a good finish. It's important to remember that choosing the ideal fabric will depend on the type of embroidery you want to create and the final effect you wish to achieve.

Now that you know the main advantages and characteristics of customizing clothing through embroidery, what are you waiting for to transform your clothes?

Contact us now and clarify all your questions!

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