All embroidery, woven badge application and heat seal badging is carried out in house at our High Wycombe warehouse. The complexity of your logo will determine the most suitable method of application for your logo design but the vast majority of logos are done with embroidery.

We would simply require a pdf/jpeg of your logo to accurately reproduce it in either embroidery, badge or print format.


From this artwork, your logo is ‘digitised’, which is the translation of a graphic design into a stitch format, or DST format. This process usually takes 24-48 hours and there is normally a small one-off set up or origination charge.

The embroidery cost is determined by the number of stitches in the design as this determines the running time on the embroidery machines.

In all cases we would sample a logo for final approval and sign off by the customer, ensuring they are completely satisfied with the logo production.

Heat Seal

Heat seal is generally used for high visibility garments or where the logo is more complex and cannot be satisfactorily re-produced by embroidery. Badge prices are dependent upon the number of colours in the design and the quantity of badges ordered. The badges are heat applied to the garment using an industrial heat seal machine.

Screen Print

With screen print, your design is printed from a stencil with printing ink being pushed through the stencil, one colour at a time. Screen print is ideal for larger quantities. As with heat seal badges, the print price is determined by the number of colours in the design and the number of garments to be printed.

Woven Badges

Where there is a logo which requires a hi level of detail or small script and it doesn’t lend itself to embroidery or print, then woven emblems would be the ideal solution. These are badges which are overlocked onto the garment.