Why Choose Seattle Embroidery?

Embroidery has been part of the world history for thousands of years Many ancient people sewed their clothes together and put them on them Embroidered logos to a Denna five people have been around for at least 200 years in the United States. In the wild west, the western Cowboys would also have logos on their cowboy hats, leather vests, and chaps.

 We all know Clint Eastwood was a big western star back in the 60s, and he also wore embroidered logos while playing the western outlaws.   In 1982 Sylvester Stallone played the mercenary warrior Rambo in the first blood series.  In the beginning, you can see him walking along the roadside where an old army jacket blazoned with army patches and even his name embroidered on the right chest. As you can see, from early man to recent movies, embroidery has encapsulated the entire world and is strong.

The question is, everybody else is buying embroidered shirts why aren’t you?  Your company needs embroidered shirts to identify yourself from the competition, build employee loyalty and morale, keep things going, and increase sales. You should at least start with an embroidered polo shirt with your name embroidered on the left chest with about 1000 stitches worth of embroidery and a three-color logo The simpler your company logo is, the easier to embroider it is. If you can draw your logo with a sharpie felt tip pen, we can embroider it; the thicker the lines, the easier and crisper the embroidery will look.

In conclusion, from early settlers to the modern day, embroidery has been a part of everyday life and business. The embroidery trend will continue from today to the future and many years into the future, so it is not going anywhere. Northwest Custom Apparel is located near Seattle, Washington. We are a 30-minute drive south on I-5.


About Erik Mickelson

Erik Mickelson is the author of Northwest Custom Apparel's blogs. Erik has been with Northwest Custom Apparel since 1996 after graduating from Washington State University and is the founder of the Apparel Graphic Academy. Trained by the custom graphic apparel industry's best, Mark Venit, Erik brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the Embroidery Adventure blog. As they say, 'Experience is the best teacher.' We are proud to have Erik as part of our team!