Want to learn more about embroidery? Read this article to learn more about the history of embroidery and how it came to be today!
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One of the best things about custom embroidery is the ability to create unique items. From business apparel to sports merchandise, adding a bit of flair to an otherwise plain product is an excellent way for your company to be noticed. At Tri-Valley Sports, we’re pros at embroidery and love to share our industry knowledge […]
When ordering something as easily replicated and standard as screen-printed items, standing out becomes difficult. Though you want to feel like part of the team or support a cause, having a distinct touch is always nice to make it truly feel like your own clothing. This is what makes embroidery so popular! It has a […]
In a world saturated with companies, it’s crucial to make your business stand out from the rest. Marketing efforts of all kinds are available. From digital marketing to social media, having your name, and your logo, be seen is key to survival. However, what if you could make your employees feel appreciated while marketing your […]
At Tri Valley Sports, we’re committed to providing professional, high quality MA embroidery products to all our customers. An embroidered product can improve team spirit and unify almost any group of people. The first thing that likely comes to mind is uniforms or jerseys, but did you know you can embroider almost everything? What can […]
In our line of business, we think about embroidery a lot. From customized uniforms and sports apparel to specialty items, it’s easy to forget there’s a world outside of embroidered and monogrammed clothing. But we did some digging on the idea of monogramming. Typically, embroidered sportswear has the first or last name of the player. […]
Silk screen printing, sometimes just called screen printing, transfers ink onto fabric through the use of stencil like screens. The ink appears as an image on the fabric. When you apply the ink, it shows only where there are “holes” in the stencil. The printer places the stencil on the fabric and ink is poured […]