Embroidery and T-Shirt Printing in Monkseaton
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Printing and Embroidery Services

We want to guarantee you the best results possible when it comes to producing your custom order, which is why we offer six different methods of personalisation, allowing you to show off your brand or design with maximum impact. You might have an idea of your preferred method already, but if you’d like more information, we’d be happy to talk you through your options.

Add your Logo or Design to garments from £1.75Contact us or call us on 0191 666 1234 for a quote or to discuss requirements. Our general lead times for custom clothing is 5-10 working days, however we can accommodate urgent orders.

Embroidery Services

Logo Embroidery

  • Long lasting, quality logos stitched on to your fabric
  • Ideal choice for uniform and workwear
  • Popular for left chest and sleeve logos

The most popular method for getting your logo design on to clothing, a computerised sewing machine receives your logo, and turns it into an embroidery pattern. You can embroider multi colour design up to 15 colours, or stick to simple text, and our embroidery machines will get to work, stitching your logo directly on to the garment with top quality threads which will last a long time. Logo embroidery from £1.95

Screen Printing Services

Screen Printing

  • A great choice for large designs
  • Better for larger quantities of printing (25+ units)
  • Maximum print area (40cm x 50cm)

One of the most traditional methods of printing onto fabric, this method has stood the test of time thanks to the durability of its results. Our software splits your design into its basic colours, each of which is applied to your fabric surface, colour layer by colour layer, through a thin mesh screen like a stencil. The result is a top quality finish, which also allows for accurate Pantone matching. Screen printed designs from £1.95 per design.

Digital Logo Transfers

Digital Printed Logo Transfers

  •  Works really well with full colour digital images
  •  Small to medium quantities work best
  •  Generally left chest logos

This high tech method lets you transfer detailed images like photos onto fabrics. Your image is printed on to specialist vinyl with inks, where the design can then be contour cut to shape and then applied onto fabric using heat technology. The bright colours sit neatly on the fabric surface, with a crisp and sharp finish, which shows every detail.

DTG T Shirt Printing

Direct to Garment Printing

  •  Ideal for printing colourful complex designs
  •  Best for low to medium quantities of printing

DTG works by individually loading the items you want to print on into a special printer, and uploading your design into its memory. DTG uses CMYK inks to print onto fabric of any colour, functioning in a similar way to an inkjet printer. It never permeates the fabric surface, thanks to a pre-printing spray, so your design stays as bold as you intended. DTG is a great choice if you’re printing onto bright coloured material, because the DTG printer can start by creating a white base to print on to. Direct to garment printing from £2.95.

Garment Vinyl

CAD Cut Vinyl Transfers

  •  Ideal for simple, bold, single colour designs like text and logos
  •  Small to medium quantities can be produced easily
  •  Great for football numbers and basic logos

The best solution if you’re looking for a cost effective, bold print. Our machine cuts your design from one sheet of single coloured vinyl, and the pieces are applied to your item of clothing, before being heat sealed on. This quick, easy method is great for T shirts for memorable events, and as the vinyl never permeates the fabric, no vibrancy of your fabric colour is lost.

Sublimation Printing

Sublimation Printing

  •  High tech, high impact fabric printing
  •  Can be printed in low, medium high quantities
  •  Ideal for full colour logos or designs

This scientific method really does give amazing results. We print your design onto specialist paper, which is then applied to your item of clothing using both pressure and heat. The heating changes the ink into gas, which bonds it to the polyester product. With the ink now incorporated into the strands of material, it’s as if the design was woven in to the fabric from the start. It’s incredibly versatile, and can be used for everything from t shirts, aprons and bags.

If you’d like to know more, or have any further questions, have a chat with one of our helpful advisors at Personalised And Printed. However you want to customise your clothing, we’ve got a way to bring your ideas to life. Come and speak to us in Monkseaton or give us a call on 0191 666 1234. We have local clients throughout the borough in Whitley Bay, Wallsend, Killingworth, Northshields and also 100’s of organisations, clubs and schools whom trust us with their brand throughout the United Kingdom.