Embroidery

Embroidery is a decorative technique that involves stitching designs onto fabric using a needle and thread. Our process uses the world's best rated embroidery machines and is supported by our SureStitch(TM) embroidery process.

The benefits of embroidery:

  • Professional Appearance: Embroidery adds a high-quality, professional look to garments.
  • Durability: Embroidered designs are very durable.
  • Versatility: Embroidery can be done on a wide range of fabrics and materials.

 

Embroidery is most commonly used for:

  • Headwear
  • Polo Shirts
  • Jackets/Coats
  • Aprons

 

Screen Printing

Screen printing is a method of applying ink onto fabric or other materials through a mesh screen to create a design or pattern. DecoMerch's ColourMatch 2.0 system ensures exact colour matching on every design.

The benefits of screen printing:

  • Vibrant Colors: Screen printing can produce bright, vibrant colors that stand out on fabric.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: For large quantities of garments with the same design, screen printing can be a cost-effective option.
  • Versatility: Screen printing can be done on a wide range of fabrics and materials.

 

Screen printing is most commonly used for:

  • T-Shirts
  • Hoodies
  • Drinkware
  • Pens
  • Tote Bags

 

DTF Printing

DTF printing is a method of directly transferring ink from a printed film onto fabric or textiles using heat and pressure. This new technology brings the industry's latest innovation to your print jobs.

The benefits of DTF printing:

  • Fine Details: DTF printing can reproduce intricate designs with vibrant colors.
  • Full-Color Printing: Ideal for designs with gradients, fades, or complex color schemes.
  • Smaller Quantities: No set-up costs with unlimited colours is cost-effective for smaller quantities.

 

DTF printing is most commonly used for smaller quantities of:

  • T-Shirts
  • Hoodies
  • Drinkware
  • Tote Bags

 

Laser Engraving

Laser engraving is a method of using a laser beam to etch or engrave designs, patterns, or text onto various materials with precision and detail.

The benefits of laser engraving:

  • Precision: Allows for intricate designs.
  • Professional Appearance: Ideal when seeking a premium look.
  • Durable: Laser engraving will last on a product forever.

 

Laser engraving is most commonly used for smaller quantities of:

  • Wood products
  • Drinkware
  • Knives and other metal products

 

Pad Printing

Custom pad printing is a method of transferring ink from a printing plate onto 3D objects using a silicone pad. It's commonly used for printing on irregular or curved surfaces.

The benefits of pad printing:

  • Mult-Colour Printing: Multiple colours can be printed in one pass.
  • Cost-Effective: More affordable than screen printing for multi-colour designs.

 

Pad printing is most commonly used for smaller quantities of:

  • Drinkware
  • Ceramics
  • Coasters

 

Debossing

Custom debossing is a technique used to create a depressed or indented design on a surface, typically on paper or leather, by pressing into it.

The benefits of debossing:

  • A Professional Look: Creates a subtle effect that is more refined than a printed design.
  • Durability: Debossing will last forever on your product.
  • Textured Appeal: The tactile nature of debossed designs adds a unique textural appeal.

 

Pad printing is most commonly used for smaller quantities of:

  • Business Cards
  • Padfolios
  • Notebooks

 

Custom Patches for Headwear

Learn about our available patch options: Genuine and Faux Leather, Silicone, Woven, Embroidered, and Sublimated.

 

LEATHER PATCHES

This year's hottest deco trend, genuine leather patches offer a high-quality, artisanal look for your cap. Laser-etching provides sharp lines on one of three leather colors for a variety of styles.

 

MOQ: 24 Pieces
Standard Turn: 3 Weeks from Final Proof Approval
Location: Front Panel (Centered or Offset)
Best For: Bold, one-color designs
Sizing: Variable depending on location, cap style, and decoration method

 

FAUX LEATHER PATCHES

Faux leather patches are a great alternative to genuine leather without compromising on quality. Available in 20+ colors!

 

MOQ: 24 Pieces
Standard Turn: 3 Weeks from Final Proof Approval
Location: Front Panel (Centered or Offset)
Best For: Bold, colorful designs

 

SILICONE PATCHES

A terrific technique for detailed logos that add a subtle dimensional element.

 

 

MOQ: 50 Pieces
Best For: Color blocked dimension

 

WOVEN PATCHES

Our most popular patch style, the tight weave allows for more design detail, clean lines and flatter appearance. Made with thinner thread and continuous stitching, woven patches achieve fine detail and flexibility to better contour to the shape of the crown.

 

 

MOQ: 48 Pieces
Standard Turn: 5 Weeks from Final Proof Approval
Location: Front Panel (Centered or Offset), Side
Best For: Fine detail and smaller type
Sizing: Variable depending on location, cap style, and decoration method

 

EMBROIDERED PATCHES

Embroidered patches are created with traditional embroidery thread on high-quality twill for a classic, bold patch look. Embroidered stitching creates three-dimensional texture and a vintage feel.

 

 

MOQ: 48 Pieces
Standard Turn: 5 Weeks from Final Proof Approval
Location: Front Panel (Centered or Offset), Side
Best For: Bold, basic shapes and designs
Sizing: Variable depending on location, cap style, and decoration method

 

SUBLIMATED PATCHES

Sublimated Patches are digitally printed for a photorealistic representation of your design. If you've been struggling to get those last details and colors to come through with embroidery or a woven patch, sublimation is your best option.

 

 

MOQ: 48 Pieces
Standard Turn: 4 Weeks from Final Proof Approval
Location: Front Panel
Best For: Photorealistic images and graphics
Sizing: Variable depending on location, cap style, and decoration method

 

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