Embroidered badge

CAP security is a fine example of why we made a badge and then stitched it on after. The client wanted the design to be made much bigger than what could fit on a CAP FRAME. So it made sense to make badges and stitch them on after. The outer black border conceals the black thread of the machine stitch that secures the badge to the cap. So only if you look very closely can you see that it’s a badge.

Appliqué onto CAPS

Sometimes it is more effective to use fabric instead of stitches. The white wing design is created by the machine sewing stitches to hold the fabric down and then it is cut out and reinforced with a satin stitch called a steil stitch. This gives the impression that the fabric is part of the cap. It has a neat look and no rough edges.

3 D or Puff Embroidery

This method of Branding uses foam under the stitch to raise the surface so that it gives a raised 3D look. It is only suitable for large parts of the design. Small lettering would need to remain as flat embroidery. Method is also done on readymade caps as well as panels before manufacture.

Rubber/Silicon Heat press

Rubber/Silicon heat transfer can be your logo branded onto anything. They can be glossy or matt raised or flat. These unique transfers offer an enhanced brand recognition you’ve been looking for.

Heat Transfer onto Caps

This heat transfer was made as a badge and stitched onto both sides of the cap. The design was initially digitally printed onto the plastic and then transferred, As an adhesive sticker onto the fabric. This particular transfer film is a reflective one which is especially useful for security working at night.

Woven Labels

Woven labels are made as a badge and stitched onto the cap after. See more info in section of Labels.

Digital Printing

Digital printing is done directly onto the cap and the result is magnificent. Detail and colour can be created from an original artwork and a multicolour designs or photographs can be printed.

Embroidery(flat) directly onto Ready Made Caps

This is a sample of Flat embroidery. It is the most common form of embroidery used. It is where the decorative stitch is applied directly to the cap fabric creating a flat design. Flat embroidery can be used for the most intricate and detailed designs without distorting the image which makes it the most popular choice for embellishment. Caps are mostly embroidered after being manufactured and there are special frames that hold the readymade caps on the embroidery machines. There is a limit to the height of the design of +- 5-6cm depending on the design of the cap.