Services

Embroidery

Whether it is a name on a sweatshirt, a company logo on a golf polo , our embroidery results are always precise, enduring and visually appealing. Whatever apparel you need embroidered, you can count on us to provide it.

Here at Stitch in Time Embroidery Services, we know that no two people are alike, which is why we offer a wide range of apparel items in many different colors and sizes. Whether you want a professional, classic look or an eye-grabbing athletic jersey, we can find the right item for you. Here is an overview of the products we typically stock:

  • T-shirts
  • Hoodies
  • Polo Shirts
  • Sweatshirts

Digitizing

At Stitch in Time Emboidery Services. We are dedicated to provide World-Class Embroidery Digitizing services on all kinds of fabric, textures, garments, caps, apparel by an experienced designer, embroiderer and digitizer using advance equipment & technology. Our Pricing Starts at just $15.00 for 5000 stitches and $2.25 per 1000 stitches thereafter. Send us a high resolution image of your logo and we will send you a free no obligation proposal.

Custom Coffee Mugs

The classic coffee mug you have but customized to your liking. Able to hold 11 oz. of that caffeine gold you inhale on a daily basis, we can put almost any design that you want on these mugs.

Printed T-Shirts [Plastisol Inks]

Plastisol is a special PVC-based ink which is printed onto heat-transfer paper to create a transfer of the design. This is then applied to clothing using a heat press. Unlike many printable transfers, Plastisol can easily print a design onto dark fabric. After the transfer, the Plastisol ink will have a slightly raised or puffed appearance and can last for several years with proper care. Unlike simple ink transfers, Plastisol transfers can’t be printed using a home printer. You’ll need specialist screen-printing equipment and a commercial Heat Press

Printed T-Shirts [Dye Sublimation]

Sublimation printing is the application of sublimation inks onto a surface using a heat press to provide the required combination of heat, time and pressure. This combination causes the inks to be converted from a solid to a gaseous state enabling them to penetrate the sublimatable surface so that a permanent, full colour image is formed. The colour penetrates the surface of the item so that the result is colourful, long lasting and resistant to scratching unlike some other printing methods that merely print onto the surface of the item.