When it comes to starting a clothing line it can be a very rewarding experience for any creative entrepreneur. No matter if you are looking to create a simple line of printed or embroidered apparel or you are wanting to create an entire cut and sew collection that features numerous pieces and seasonal additions – we can give you tips and advice on starting your own clothing range.

When it comes to the clothing brand you are wanting to create, there are going to be a number of different steps involved in the process. The more involved you want to be in the sourcing and production of your line, the more time, effort, and money you’ll have to invest.

Why Choose Embroidery

Embroidery has always been the best technique when you’re creating personalised workwear as it is strong and durable and, using our excellent machines, we’re able to accurately create company logos onto garments. This trend though has got us excited as we’re hoping to see more fashion-minded individuals coming to us to create their embroidered fashion ranges.

Embroidered Products

In the age of fast fashion, we’re used to seeing apparel items in thousands of exact copies all over the world. An embroidered detail, no matter how small, adds that little extra twist to an otherwise simple outfit. Some of the most popular products to embroider include:
One of the best things about embroidered items is that they are eye-catching not only in real life but also in your online store. That’s why adding them to your product list can help drive sales and make your brand more recognisable, personal, and trend-setting.

Embroidery Design Tips

Choosing the Look

Embroidered logos and designs work great on most knits and cotton blends. However, it’s important to pay attention to the fabric and its weight. For example, denim is more durable and wrinkle-resistant, therefore a great canvas for all kinds of embroidery. Performance fabrics, on the other hand, are designed to be worn for training and are usually more lightweight. To avoid wrinkling, these types of fabrics are best suited for small embroidery designs.

The great thing about custom embroidery is that you can also choose fabrics and patterns, such as tie-dye or denim, that are not suitable for other design techniques!

Choosing the Placement

When it comes to apparel, you can choose between left and centre chest embroidery. Hoodies are highly popular for centre chest and t-shirts for the left chest designs. For a super trendy back embroidery, choose a denim jacket. As for the most noticeable accessory—the hat—front is the most popular placement, while the sides and the back are commonly used for branding purposes.