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  1. Three Ways to Check Your Client's Logo Will Embroider Well

    Embroidery logos are a stylish, permanent and high quality way to brand a company’s work wear, but how do you ensure that your client has designed a logo that will work well as an embroidery? Here's our guide to the top three things to consider when embroidering a logo onto work wear using an industrial embroidery machine.   1. Does the Read more...
  2. CNC Equipment excels production at The Senator Group

    It’s not easy to be innovative. It’s even harder to be innovative when there is pressure to bring new products to market faster than the competition, and with just as much attention to costing detail as design detail. But that’s where we’re at – that’s life in the corporate furniture industry. If it were easy, it’d be boring. And we Read more...
  3. Do I Need A New Sewing Machine?

    If your sewing business is picking up momentum, it might be time to start looking at whether your sewing machine needs an upgrade. Whether your machine is on its last legs or perhaps it just can’t keep up with the technical demands of what you’re trying to create, getting a new sewing machine could solve all those problems. Many a sewing Read more...
  4. 4 Reasons To Start Your Own Embroidery Business

    Have you ever dreamed of starting your own business? So many people these days are leaving the confines of the 9 to 5 and starting to work for themselves. Not only can starting your own business be highly profitable, it can also give you the freedom and independence you desire. If you're a creative type and looking for a venture that you can start Read more...
  5. 3 Ways To Include Embroidery In Wedding Dress Design

    As the most intricate, complex and expensive dress most women will wear in their lifetime, it's no surprise that embroidery, along with beading and sequins, are all huge trends when it comes to the design of many wedding gowns. If you want to add unique, beautiful patterns and personalised passages to your client's wedding day, embroidery is the Read more...
  6. Turn Charity Store Bargains Into a Business with an Industrial Sewing Machine

    If you’ve ever been to a charity shop, then you’ve seen the masses of clothes they have on offer for next to nothing. Why not turn oversized trousers, tops and dresses, which are often made from quality material, into brand new items? You wouldn’t be the first to give this a try. One look at popular online stores like Etsy, Asos Marketplace Read more...
  7. Are You Ready To Upgrade To An Industrial Sewing Machine?

    If you are working on a tough project, or you need to incorporate beautiful images and patterns onto your work, you may need to upgrade your current sewing machine. Here, we'll take a look at whether an industrial sewing machine could be the right option for you: Do You Need An Industrial Sewing Machine? If you're working on a project that Read more...
  8. Embrace Embroidery For Beautiful Homemade Gifts This Christmas

    The nights are drawing in closer, the mornings darker and frostier, and the streams of Christmas adverts already seem to be making their way onto our TVs. The big day may be five weeks away still, but the craze for making your own gifts is growing fast, and means you can get a head-start on your ‘Christmas shopping’. Homemade gifts are both Read more...
  9. 3 Ways to Incorporate Embroidery in Clothing

    From denim to silks, shoes to bags, embroidery is back in a big way. Here are just a few ways you can integrate stunning extras in clothing with an industrial embroidery machine. Detailed Denim Denim is the most significant trend in the world of embroidery at the moment, and a heavy-duty machine can make quick work of the beautiful and intricate Read more...
  10. Ageless Appeal of Embroidery and Modern Values

    Since the days when folklore and events were hand stitched into massive tapestries as a way to preserve them for posterity, to countless corporate logos on uniforms today, embroidery is stitched into social history in the UK.For many people, this is textile art and just as meaningful as brushstrokes on canvas. A good example of this is the array of Read more...

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