We have been embroidering clothing for over 10 years now so there’s not a lot we don’t know about making an embroidered logo look good on a garment. Operating in-house we use the very latest embroidery machine technology in the form of state of the art Barudan embroidery machines.
The quality and final outcome of an embroidered garment is dictated by many factors started by setting up the logo or text. This is why at JKL we ensure each and every embroidered logo is set up correctly before we even consider producing a swatch sample of the logo for approval. This process is often referred to as punching the design or logo and involves looking at the logo design, the type and weight of fabric it is going onto, and the optimum size of the logo to ensure that what is produced is the best possible outcome in terms of how the logo looks and how closely it matches the artwork and colours our customers have provided.
An important factor in producing the best possible embroidery is the artwork, the better the artwork, the better the embroidery will come out. High-resolution artwork will make a difference to the finished product.
After an order is confirmed, we produce a swatch sample for our customers to approve before we embroider the logo onto their chosen garments. At this stage the customer has the option to make any changes they require to get exactly the end result they are looking for. This may incur an edit charge.
Once approved it then comes down to the quality of the embroidery machines used and the skill of the machine operative to make sure the final embroidered garment looks as good as possible.