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Decoration Services

Direct Embroidery

Direct embroidery, also known as standard embroidery or regular embroidery, refers to the process of stitching a design directly onto a fabric without the use of additional materials or techniques. It is a versatile and widely used method for adding decorative or branding elements to various items.

In direct embroidery, the design is first digitized, which involves converting the artwork or logo into a digital format that embroidery machines can read. The digitized file contains instructions for the embroidery machine, specifying the stitch types, colors, and sequencing required to recreate the design accurately.

Once the design is digitized, it is stitched directly onto the fabric using an embroidery machine. The machine’s needles move up and down, forming stitches and creating the desired pattern or text on the fabric surface. The result is a flat or two-dimensional embroidery design.

Direct embroidery offers several advantages. It allows for precise and detailed stitching, making it suitable for intricate designs, logos, or text. It provides durability, as the embroidery threads are securely stitched into the fabric. Direct embroidery can be done on a wide range of fabrics, including apparel, accessories, home textiles, and more.

Items commonly embellished with direct embroidery include caps, shirts, jackets, bags, towels, and patches. It is a popular choice for personalizing items, creating custom apparel, or branding promotional products. Direct embroidery offers a classic and professional look, showcasing the craftsmanship and artistry of embroidery.

Besides offering regular direct embroidery services, our specialty is offering sophisticated high-quality Puff/3D direct embroidery services as well.

Puff/3D Embroidery is a specialized technique in embroidery that adds a three-dimensional or raised effect to the stitched design. It creates a textured appearance by using foam or other padding materials underneath the stitches, giving the embroidery a “puffed” or raised look.

To create puff embroidery, the design is digitized with specific stitch settings that accommodate the foam or padding. The foam is then placed on the fabric in the area where the design will be stitched. The embroidery machine stitches over the foam, securing it to the fabric and creating a raised effect. Once the stitching is complete, any excess foam is carefully trimmed away, leaving the raised embroidery design.

Puff embroidery can add depth and visual interest to various items, such as hats, jackets, sweatshirts, or other garments. It is often used to enhance logos, text, or designs that benefit from a more pronounced and textured appearance.

This technique offers a unique and eye-catching effect, making the embroidered elements stand out. However, it’s important to note that puff embroidery requires careful consideration during the design process, as not all designs are suitable for this technique. Designs with intricate details or small text may not translate well into puff embroidery due to the limitations of foam thickness and stitching.

Full Color DTF Application

DTF or Direct-To-Film printing, is a relatively new and innovative printing method that has gained popularity in the textile industry. It is an alternative to traditional methods like screen printing or direct-to-garment (DTG) printing. Direct to Film transferring is a printing method used to create high-quality, full-color designs on various materials, such as fabric. This is done with a specialized process; this technique involves printing the design onto a transfer film using a DTF printer and then transferring the design onto the desired substrate using heat and pressure.


Laser etching, also known as laser engraving, is a process that uses a focused laser beam to create designs, patterns, or images on various types of materials. It is a precise and efficient method that allows for highly detailed and intricate designs to be etched onto a wide variety of items. Laser etching can be used for personalization, branding, or adding decorative elements to many unique products. The laser beam removes or discolors the top layer of the material, resulting in a permanent and visually appealing etched design. It’s a popular technique not only in the fashion industry but in the promo industry as well for creating unique and customized designs on products.

When it comes to laser etching, we specialize in apparel and leather laser etching. However, we can offer this versatile and precise method for adding detailed designs, patterns, or text to various materials such as:

  1. Personal Electronics: Items like smartphones, tablets, laptops, and smartwatches are frequently laser etched. It allows for the customization of device casings with personalized designs, logos, or text.
  2. Metal Products: Laser etching is commonly used on metal items like stainless steel or aluminum water bottles, metal pens, keychains, and promotional items. It can create intricate designs or engrave branding information.
  3. Glassware: Laser etching is ideal for glassware such as wine glasses, beer mugs, whiskey tumblers, and champagne flutes. It can etch intricate patterns, monograms, or custom designs onto the glass surface.
  4. Awards and Trophies: Laser etching is widely employed for engraving names, dates, logos, or achievements on plaques, trophies, and awards made of materials like crystal, acrylic, or metal.
  5. Wooden Items: Laser etching is popular for engraving designs or text onto wooden products like wooden plaques, cutting boards, picture frames, coasters, and wooden boxes.
  6. Leather Products: Laser etching can be used to add personalized designs or monograms to leather items such as wallets, belts, passport holders, journals, and luggage tags.
  7. Acrylic Displays: Laser etching is often used on acrylic materials to create intricate designs, logos, or text for signage, point-of-sale displays, and promotional items.
  8. Promotional Items: Laser etching is commonly employed on promotional products like pens, USB drives, keychains, and metal or wooden promotional items. It allows for branding or custom messages to be engraved.
  9. Jewelry: Laser etching is used in the jewelry industry to add detailed designs, initials, or custom messages on metal surfaces, such as pendants, bracelets, rings, or cufflinks.
  10. Personalized Gifts: Laser etching is popular for creating personalized gifts, including customized photo frames, wooden or metal plaques, engraved jewelry, or personalized keepsakes.

These are just some of the common items where laser etching is frequently applied. The versatility and precision of laser etching make it a popular choice for adding customization and intricate details to the various materials mentioned above.


Embossing and Debossing are techniques used to create raised or depressed designs on materials. We specialize in apparel and leather emboss and deboss. Embossing and debossing are techniques commonly used in the apparel and leather industry to add decorative or branding elements to products.

Embossing involves creating a raised design or pattern on the surface of apparel or leather by applying pressure and heat. The process begins by creating a metal die with the desired design. The die is then pressed onto the material using our cutting-edge hydraulic press. Heat is applied to soften the material, allowing it to conform to the shape of the die and create a raised impression. The result is a three-dimensional design that adds texture and visual interest to the item.

Debossing is the opposite of embossing, where instead of creating a raised design, it creates a depressed or sunken impression on the surface of the material. The process is similar to embossing, involving the use of a metal die with the desired design. The die is pressed into the material using pressure and heat, causing the surface to sink and form a debossed impression.

Embossing and debossing can be applied to a variety of items in the apparel and leather industry. Some of the most common items where these techniques are used include:

  1. Leather Bags and Wallets: Embossing or debossing logos, monograms, or decorative patterns on leather bags, purses, wallets, and clutches adds a touch of personalization and luxury.
  2. Belts: Belts often feature embossed or debossed designs along their length, such as intricate patterns, logos, or brand names. These designs can be highly detailed and visually striking.
  3. Jackets and Coats: Embossing or debossing on the surface of leather jackets and coats can create unique textures, patterns, or brand logos, enhancing the overall design and giving them a distinct look.
  4. Shoes: Embossing or debossing on leather shoes, such as boots, loafers, or sneakers, can add a stylish and personalized touch. It can be applied to various parts of the shoes, including the upper, tongue, or heel.
  5. Leather Accessories: Embossing and debossing are commonly used on smaller leather accessories like keychains, passport holders, notebook covers, and luggage tags. These techniques can elevate the appearance and make them stand out.
  6. Leather Labels and Tags: Many apparel and leather products have embossed or debossed labels or tags attached to them. These labels can display brand logos, care instructions, or other relevant information.
  7. Book Covers and Journals: Embossing or debossing can be applied to leather or fabric book covers and journals, adding an elegant and sophisticated touch. It can feature titles, patterns, or decorative elements.
  8. Stationery and Card Holders: Leather stationery items, such as business card holders or organizers, can be embossed or debossed with personalized designs or logos, making them more visually appealing and professional.
  9. Personalized Gifts: Embossing or debossing techniques are often employed to personalize leather or fabric gifts, such as wallets, bags, or passport covers, by adding initials, names, or special messages.

Both embossing and debossing can be performed on a wide range of materials, including genuine leather, faux leather, fabric, and suede. The choice of technique depends on the desired aesthetic and the type of product being produced. These techniques are commonly used in the fashion and promo industry to create distinctive and personalized designs, making apparel and leather goods unique and visually appealing with a touch of sophistication.

Application of our Products

Besides offering our direct decoration services, we also offer application of our products to your various supplied goods. We offer various types of different applications like heat press application, sew on application, stick on application and so on. Please contact us to get more information.

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