Embroidery
Our embroidery production is carried out in-house using our modern computerised multi-head embroidery machines. By dealing with ProClothing direct there is no 'middle-man' involved and our prices will reflect this, allowing us to offer you extremely keen prices. In order to offer the most competitive quote, we price each job individually taking into account the number and type of garments required together with the size/stitch count of a logo.

Here are some examples of our designs

Free Design Set Up!!!!!!!!!

For orders of any garments (except caps) of 50 or more we do not charge a Set up fee for your logo if it is under 10,000 stitches.

We provide a free quotation service for your logo. There is a one off origination charge for converting your logo into stitches. This is based on the number of stitches required to make up the design. Our set-up charges are well below the industry norm.

Once the logo has been made up we hold it on our database for future use with no further set up charge to pay. You can supply artwork in various formats from a standard printed form, fax, jpegs, eps, tiffs or bitmaps - the clearer the better - please call or e-mail us if you require any advice.

We can also personalise individual garments using several different font styles. Use a first name or nickname to make that garment special or have employees names and job titles etc. embroidered direct onto their workwear.

Screen printing
Most 'left breast' size logos can be embroidered at a similar cost to printing but for large chest or back designs Screen Printing is the better option. Screen Printing costs are derived by the number of colours in the print coupled with the quantity required in any one run. A separate screen is required for each colour in your print. Unlike embroidery artwork, we require good quality, colour separated artwork if possible. Please contact us for a quote and further information. Unlike embroidery designs which are stored on computer, we only hold screens for 6 months after which a further set-up cost would be payable.