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What is Embroidery ?

Production embroidery typically refers to the process of embroidering items in a manufacturing or production setting. It involves the use of embroidery machines to stitch designs, logos, or patterns onto various types of fabric or materials. Production embroidery is commonly used in various industries, including apparel manufacturing, promotional product companies, uniform suppliers, and more. It allows for the efficient and consistent production of embroidered items in large quantities, making it ideal for both small-scale and large-scale production runs.

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How it works ? 

Design Creation

The process typically begins with the creation of a design or pattern that will be embroidered onto the fabric. This design can be created manually by sketching it on paper or digitally using computer software.


Once the design is finalized, it needs to be digitized. This involves converting the design into a format that can be read by an embroidery machine. Each stitch and color in the design is translated into a series of instructions for the machine to follow.

Hoop Placement

The fabric to be embroidered is placed securely in an embroidery hoop. The hoop helps to stretch the fabric taut, providing a stable surface for the embroidery process.

Thread Selection

The appropriate threads are selected based on the design and fabric being used. Embroidery threads come in a wide range of colors, thicknesses, and materials, allowing for endless creative possibilities.

Machine Setup

The digitized design is loaded into the embroidery machine, and the machine is set up with the correct thread colors and needles

Embroidery Process

The embroidery machine begins stitching the design onto the fabric according to the digitized instructions. The needle penetrates the fabric, carrying the thread through to create each stitch of the design. The machine automatically changes thread colors as needed, following the instructions in the design file.

Finishing Touches

Once the embroidery is complete, any excess threads are trimmed, and any stabilizers or backings used during the process are removed. The finished embroidered piece may undergo additional finishing processes, such as pressing or washing, to enhance its appearance and durability.


Start With a Free Quote

Obtaining a free quote for your embroidery project is your gateway to a seamless and successful experience. Not only does it provide you with a clear understanding of the costs involved upfront, but it also grants you access to a world of customization options tailored to your specific needs. By reaching out to BearPrints for a quote, you’re not just acquiring a price estimate; you’re gaining insights from industry experts who can guide you through every step of the process. From material selection to embroidery techniques, our expertise ensures that your project is executed with precision and professionalism.