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Embroidery is a craft of decoration of fabric or different materials using a need in order to apply thread or yarn. It may also incorporate various materials such as beads, pearls, quills and sequins. In recent times, embroidery is generally seen on coats, caps, hats, dress shirts, dresses, denim, stockings and gold shirts. It is available with a wide range of thread or yarn colour. Some of the basic techniques or stitches that this craft consists of are chain stitch, running stitch, cross stitch, satin stitch and buttonhole or blanket stitch. These stitches continue to be the fundamental techniques that are used in hand embroidery today.

With the advent of machines and computer, the embroidery technique has undergone a major transformation. The machine embroidery development along with its mass production emerged in the previous decades with most of the big companies opting for embroidery garments and clothes. The machine embroidery consists of a combination of machine looms as well as teams of experts in embroidering the textiles. This evolved in the later years, and with the introduction of computers, the designs were refined, and fine quality embroidery was done which continues to remain in popularity. We have years of experience in producing embroidered materials at various scales depending on the requirements of your business. Our quality of the product is unmatched in the market as we use cutting edge technology and advanced computer software to create attractive and appealing designs to create a brilliant branding of your business with such designs.



Embroidery can be classified according to the different degree of the designs along with taking into account the base material’s nature and the relationship of the stick placement done to the fabric. The main categories of embroidery include free or surface embroidery, needlepoint or canvas work and counted embroidery.

In the free and surface embroidery, designs are applied irrespective to the weave of the underlying fabric. This type of embroidery was particularly popular in Chinese and Japanese culture.

In case of canvas work or needlepoint, the threads are actually stitched through a fabric mesh in order to create a dense pattern which completely covers the foundation fabric.

In counted- thread embroidery, patterns are created in order to make stitches over a pre-determined thread numbers in the foundation fabric. This type of embroidery is easily worked on in case of even-weave foundation fabric like embroidery canvas, woven cotton, linen fabrics and Aida cloth.




We specialize in modern embroidery techniques that suit the requirements of your business as per the design that needs to be made. Our experts have years of experience in embroidery in the different type of methods which helps us deliver the best quality product to ensure that the work done by us meets your expectations and truly represents the fine quality of your product.

Embroidery can also be classified according to the similarity of appearance. In case of drawn thread work as well as cutwork, the foundation fabric is initially deformed or cut away in order to create holes which are then embellished with embroidery, generally with the thread in the same colour as that of the foundation fabric. When created with white fabric in case of white linen or cotton, this work is generally referred and collectively called as whitework. It can also be counted or free. Hardanger embroidery is a counted embroidery, and when it comes to the design, they are often geometric. Conversely, the styles like Broderie Anglaise are quite similar to free embroidery with different floral or abstract designs that are not dependent or essentially not perturbed by the weave of the fabric. We have made exquisite embroidery designs using these patterns and methods over the years delivering unique products to various businesses and helped them attain a respectable position in their industry with our fine quality work and better products.

When it comes to fabrics and yarns that are being used in embroidery, it depends on the requirement of the business and the product that needs to be embroidered. Wool, silk and linen have bene the most popular ones for centuries when it comes to fabric and yarn. At present, the embroidery thread is manufactured in different types of materials such as cotton, novelty yarns and rayon along with traditional wool, silk and linen. Ribbon embroidery utilizes narrow ribbon in silk or also called silk/organza blend ribbon, which is among the most commonly used ones in order to create floral motifs.

Surface embroidery techniques like chain stitch and even couching also known as laid-work are among the most economical of all the expensive yarns. When it comes to goldwork, couching is generally used. Canvas work techniques are done in the case when a large amount of yarns are buried on the work’s back and use more materials. However, it provides sturdier as well as more substantially finished textile.

In case of both canvas work as well as surface embroidery, an embroidery loop or a frame can generally use to stretch the material and made sure that there is stitching tension which helps in preventing pattern distortion. Modern canvas work generally follows symmetrical counted stitching patterns along with designs emerging from the repetition of single or few similar stitches in a different variety of hues. In contrast to this, many forms of surface embroidery also make use of a variety of stitching patterns in a particular single piece of work. We specialize in all forms of embroidery techniques which we have described to offer a wide range of products to your business. You can choose the best product quality as per your requirement as we lay special emphasis on utilizing the right technique according to the work that needs to be done.

At present, the embroidery is stitched with computerized embroidery machine which uses patterns that are digitized with embroidery software. In case of machine embroidery, various types of “fills” add texture as well as design to the finished work or final product. Machine embroidery is often used to add logos as well as monograms to business shirts or jackets, team apparel, gifts along with decoration of household linens, decorator fabrics and draperies which mimic the elaborate hand embroidery that has been existing for centuries. We make customized branded products with modern computerized machines using best embroidery software to deliver emphatic and exquisite designs to reflect the creativity of our work and essentially creating a better brand image of your business.


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