Screen Printing and Embroidery
Although there is a wide-range of methods to decorate both commercial and industrial bags, two of the most popular are embroidery and screen printing. At FRC Sewing, we’re proud to offer both methods to our customers, utilizing the different applications to match the unique needs of every individual project.
If your individual project calls for any form of mass commercial production, our expert team of designers and craftsmen are available to offer guidance and education in learning the best method to suit your unique needs. Embroidery is basically defined as decorating fabric using a needle and thread. Screen printing is a stencil method of print making in which a design is imposed on a screen of silk or other fine mesh, with blank areas coated with an impermeable substance, and ink is forced through the mesh onto the printing surface, usually a t-shirt. Direct embroidery is where the design or logo is woven or sewn directly into the material of the bag. The embroidered design essentially becomes part of the material.
An embroidered logo goes a long way in visually displaying the integrity and quality of your organization of company’s branding, and is commonly used decorate a shirt with a logo by many companies. Because thread has dimension, an embroidered logo ends up being three dimensional, giving the bag a classic, structured texture. In addition, embroidery thread is coated and therefore has a sheen that helps the colors pop to attention.
Logo embroidery is used most often for bags that will be used for uniforms or promotions. Millions of companies across the United States wear logo embroidered shirts to identify and promote their company logos and image. Embroidery and screen printing are equally durable.
If you have a specific personal vision for light or industrial sewing needs, contact FRC Sewing today and tell us how we can help bring that project to life!