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Our Production process

We aim to offer unique and meaningful products that allow customers to add a personal touch and create memorable gifts for their loved ones or for special occasions

This is how we do things

After we recieve your order

We check our stock for your chosen product or we order your item from one of our suppliers

Embroidery Digitize

The first thing we need to do is add your chosen text into our embroidery software. Digitization involves converting the design into a format that embroidery machines can understand. This process defines stitch types, densities, and color sequences.

Hoop the garment

The fabric is hooped or placed in an embroidery hoop to keep it taut and stable during stitching. Proper hooping ensures precise stitching and prevents fabric distortion.


Stabilizer is often placed underneath the fabric to provide additional support and prevent puckering. There are different types of stabilizers, such as tear-away, cut-away, and water-soluble, each suited to different fabrics and designs.

Thread setup

thread colors are selected according to the design requirements and are threaded through the machine and needle.

send artwork to emb machine

The digitized design is loaded into the embroidery machine, and thread colors are selected according to the design requirements.

trace artwork

To ensure the correct size hoop has been used we trace out the embroidery size before starting


The embroidery machine begins stitching the design according to the programmed instructions. The machine moves the hoop in precise increments, and the needle penetrates the fabric, creating stitches according to the design's specifications.

Colour Changes

If the design contains multiple colors, the machine stops to allow for thread changes at specified intervals. This ensures accurate color placement and prevents thread contamination.

Finishing Up

Once the embroidery is complete, any remaining stabilizer is removed from the fabric. The finished piece may be pressed to remove any wrinkles and give it a polished appearance.

remove backing

Take the garment out of the hoop and slowly and carefully removing stabilizer

final touches

A final inspection is conducted to ensure the embroidery meets quality standards. Any necessary touch-ups or corrections are made before the product is deemed ready for sale or delivery.

Gift Boxes

We understand that the presentation is just as important as the gift itself. That's why our team carefully selects packaging that complements and enhances the overall gifting experience.