Check out this section for must-have info about decorating fabric (or other materials) with needle and thread.
Personalization can now be done in a flash without having to wait for digitizing houses overseas to get back to you with the embroidery design.
While commercial embroiderers and garment decorators still use some of the same stitching techniques our ancestors employed thousands of years ago, a few advancements in technology allow for a bit more efficiency and consistency these days.
New advances in software and hardware and promises of easy money may entice you to get into the embroidery business yourself.
What is micro embroidery? That is a question even many seasoned embroiderers would ask. Micro embroidery is the term for any and all tiny embroidery elements, such as tiny lettering, thin column outlines and other elements where very short stitches are employed.
Statistics show that it costs approximately six times more to create a new customer than it does to service an existing one, yet most businesses focus the majority of their energy on bringing in new customers. Why?
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