Since the beginning of NDesigns, embroidery has been on our repertoire, but has been a shining star lately! The increase in our embroidery business has been substantial! We just finished a 415 piece order for Land Rover of Nashville, TN. Our embroiderer, Krystal, has her hands FULL!

The difference between screen printing and embroidery may seem like common knowledge to people in the industry, but some of you may not know the difference. I will break it down a little bit for you that don’t know the in’s and out’s. Screen printing is a process that uses ink. Some of the most common items that are screen printed are t-shirts, team uniforms, tote bags and towels. The list really could go on forever and examples of screen printing are everywhere. The process is called screen printing because a mesh screen is used for each color in a design in which ink is pushed through onto your t-shirt, making the finished product when they’re all put together.

Embroidery is a process where thread is stitched into your product. Some of the  popular items that embroidery is used for are: polo shirts, jackets, and hats. With embroidery you can create a more professional look which lasts longer than the inks used in screen printing. Our Embroidery machine has multiple heads that allow her to do 8 pieces at a time! So, whether it be screen printing, or embroidery that fit your needs best we’ve got you covered at NDesigns!

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