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Custom Embroidery Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of custom embroidery contractors and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top custom embroidery contractors with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find custom embroidery companies that can meet your companies specifications. Then contact the custom embroidery companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for industrial custom embroidery, sewing embroidery, commercial sewing embroidery, or customized embroidery of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Floyds Knobs, IN 812-406-0321

    We have nearly 30 years of experience designing and manufacturing custom sewn products for international brands such as Microsoft and Intel, while also helping countless startups launch new and innovative products as they grow their business. Our stringent quality control, domestic customer service and design team, and hassle-free logistics have made us an industry leader in custom case solutions. Contact us today and we’ll show you why our customer retention rate is the best in the business.

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  • Addison, IL 630-628-1370

    At Ni-Jo, we are capable of sewing standard and custom products in all stitch types. We have experience sewing bags, aprons, face masks, flags, protective covers, and much more. We can make these items using materials such as leather, fleece, cotton, plastic, and many others. Our team will work closely with you and carefully analyze your order to determine the sewing method that is perfect for your product.

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  • Chicago, IL 773-235-8710

    We are a premier sewing contractor creating quality sewn products-specializing in soft luggage, instrument cases and bags (nylon, advertising, cloth, coin, tool, etc.). As sewing contractors, we offer hundreds of products in different shapes and sizes qualifying for many purposes. We promise unsurpassed quality and integrity, the best possible pricing and products that match your specifications.

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  • Dallas, TX 214-678-0000

    At Sewing Contractor Solutions, our extensive industrial sewing abilities allow us to be able to produce items for a wide range of industries. Our design and proficiency produces uniquely sewn components for products such as sports equipment covers, pallet covers, and industrial equipment covers. For a complete list of our products and capabilities, contact Sewing Contractor Solutions today!

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  • Haysville, KS 800-533-8368

    Weckworth is an industrial contract sewing and protective covers manufacturer with over 130 industrial sewing machines, including single needles, double needles, box "X's", bar tackers, programmables and several radio frequency fabric welders. We serve all industries; call for more info!

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  • Houston, TX 800-320-0399

    Since our founding in 1972, our goal at Landes has been to set ourselves apart from our competitors by providing specialized sewing contract solutions for our customers. Whether you need a fully customized, made to order solution or a standard design– we’ve got you covered! Visit our website for more details.

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  • National City, CA 800-775-0804

    At Gary Manufacturing, our expertise includes full-service production of custom and commercial-sewn products including heat-sealing applications. We create products made from soft plastic vinyl, nylon, polyester and a wide variety of additional textiles and materials. We service all industries ranging from corporate and small business to the larger hospitality, medical, and commercial industries.

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Custom Embroidery

Custom embroidery is the creation of a unique or specific decorative embellishment fashioned by needle stitching thread through a foundation fabric either by hand or through the use of an embroidery machine. Though commercial embroidery is available, custom contractors can offer consumers more control over specific design and material decisions.

Custom embroidery has become popular in several sporting and business settings. Embroidered goods have become a means of branding, general identification of company property and employee unity. Businesses utilizing embroidery in this way range from construction to banking firms. Custom creations of this sort have also reached wider audiences becoming popular as novelty gifts. Although some contractors do custom sewing as well, the majority use pre-fabricated articles to which embellishments can be added. This allows for faster productivity and the option of personalized name brand apparel. Contractors often sell blank items to be embroidered or consumers may provide their own. Today, custom embroidery is found on a number of items including soft luggage, shirts, hats, protective covers, jackets, team apparel as well as decorative household linens. 

Traditional embroidery was stitched into wool, linen and silk. Modern technologies still employ these materials, but they have also expanded to the use of many more fabrics such as cotton, rayon and leather. Thread and novelty yarn as well as beads, metal strips, pearls and sequins are often used in combination or alone to create the elaborate designs now possible. As technologies improve so do customization options offered by both large and small embroidery companies. Computer programs allow the digitization of graphic designs and even photographs, which can then be converted into embroidery patterns. Images are uploaded to software that can recognize colors and patterns, turning them into a guide for creating that same image with the products available. Although many embroidery machines can give the appearance of traditional stitches, most often this is only an appearance and the actual construction of the stitch differs, sometimes using multiple threads at once. Hand stitched custom embroidery makes use of many stitch techniques. The chain, buttonhole, running, cross and stem stitches are among the most popular styles for embroidery. At times multiple stitches are used with one as an outline and another as the fill to complete the interior of a design.

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