Did you know we now offer monogram and embroidery printing in Owerri? Yes, iykbethany Printing Houze now offers embroidery and monogram printing services for businesses in Imo State and neighbouring states. As stated at the beginning of this post, we now have a brand new 6 heads Yinghe Monogram Machine for professional Monogram prints and designs on T Shirts, towels, clothing’s, face caps, uniforms, back to school etc.
Monogram and Embroidery Printing is now available in Owerri at Iykbethany printing house located at Area L, Zone 5, Opposite Ideal Suit Hotel, World bank Estate, Owerri Imo State.
Before now, there was no printing company in Imo State with a Monogram & Embroidery machine. All monogram prints and embroidery design jobs used to be sent to printing companies in Aba and other neighbouring states including far away from Lagos but not anymore.
We not only offer monogram and embroidery printing services, but we also have a brand new 6 heads Yinghe Monogram Machine for professional Monogram prints and designs on
- T Shirts,
- Face caps,
- Uniforms, back to school etc
At our office here in Owerri.
Let us learn one or two things about Monogram / Embroidery Printing. Is Monogram & Embroidery the same thing? What’s the difference between monogram and embroidery? Let’s find out.
What is the meaning of Monogram Printing?
A monogram is defined as a motif of one to three letters, typically a person’s initials, interwoven or combined into a decorative design
Monogram is a design consisting of two or more alphabetic letters combined or interlaced, commonly one’s initials, often printed on stationery, embroidered on clothing, etc.
What’s the Meaning of Embroidery?
Embroidery is the art of working raised and ornamental designs in threads of silk, cotton, gold, silver, or other material, upon any woven fabric, leather, paper, etc., with a needle.
So embroidery refers to clothing that has a pattern or logo stitched into its fabric. Printing is when a design or logo is printed directly onto the garment. Printing and embroidery both have their own pros and cons. This short article highlights the difference between the two to help you determine which is right for you.
What’s the difference between monogram and embroidery?
Monogram and embroidery mean almost the same thing with little difference. Monograms contain only small patterns that serve as initials or a logo, whereas embroidery can be used to create intricate and large designs.
You get limited options of use with a monogram relative to embroidery. You can only do so much with monogramming, unlike more versatile embroidery.
What is the difference between printing and embroidery?
This is a question we are commonly asked. Embroidery refers to clothing that has a pattern or logo stitched into its fabric. Printing is when a design or logo is printed directly onto the garment.
Printing and embroidery both have their own pros and cons. This short article highlights the difference between the two to help you determine which is right for you.
Printing is often favoured for advertising or promotional uses. This is because it is low cost and can handle complicated artwork better than embroidery can. Printing works well with larger designs and can handle bright colours better. It tends to stand a lot more than embroidery, which is why printing is used so often in advertising.
Printing is well suited for T Shirt graphics. A printed logo on a company garment is clean and smart when done correctly. Some people prefer printing to embroidery on low GSM T Shirts as the embroidery can pull the fabric.
Printed garments are often bought in bulk and are great value for money. Hand drew or complicated designs are better suited to printing rather than embroidery.
Embroidery is best for creating logos on a thicker garment, such as polo shirts or jumpers. Embroidery on garments is long lasting and durable. Embroidery may cost more than traditional printing, however, the longevity makes it cost-effective. With larger designs, we would recommend printing over embroidery.
Not all designs are suitable for embroidery and therefore you should take this into consideration. For best results, avoid heavy gradients and high use of complicated colour palates.
Typical uses of T-Shirt printing
T Shirt printing is ideal for promotional events. They are a great way to help people identify your cause or organisation. Personalised clothing acts as a walking advertisement.
T Shirt printing is low cost so it is often bought in bulk. T-shirt printing is popular with businesses and charities. It is also commonly used for stag nights, hen dos and holidays.
T-shirt print tends to be larger, brighter and more ‘in your face’. The objective of the T Shirt is to get heads turning and focused on the cause or organisation listed on the T Shirt. Printing allows for more complicated designs when compared to embroidery.
Typical uses of Embroidery
Embroidery requires high quality and thicker garment, such as a hoodie, polo or sweatshirt. This is because a thinner garment could pull the fabric when attempted to embroid. A typical use of embroidery is for logos or smaller designs. Many businesses choose embroidery in their uniforms.
This is because embroidery looks professional and gives the garment a more solid feel. Embroidery is long-lasting and will not fade in the wash. For this reason, some argue that embroidery is a lot more cost-effective than printing. Embroidery should be used on uniforms and garments that are designed to be long-lasting.
Can you monogram with an embroidery machine?
If you‘re looking for a machine to sew monograms, you need an embroidery machine as this piece of equipment will do not only monograms but other embroidery designs as well. So once you get a sewing machine for monogramming, you‘ll also have the option to do other sorts of embroidered designs with it.
Where Can I Find Monogram and Embroidery Printing in Owerri?
You can find Monogram and Embroidery printing machine at Iyk Bethany Printing Houze. we are at Area L, Zone 5, Opposite Ideal Suit Hotel, world bank Estate, Owerri.
We print for the government, banks, schools, hotels, hospitals, churches, real estate companies, political parties etc.
Reach us on Phone and WhatsApp: on 0706 863 4129 Email: email@example.com/