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Embroidery from Orange Clothing Company is professionalism and branding at its best.

With the largest embroidery plant in Western NSW and ‘one-stop-shop’ facilities, we’ll walk you through the entire process from logo design to garment selection and embroidery.

Our service and YOUR peace of mind set us apart from the rest.

Whether you’re highlighting (or reviving!) your brand on corporate wear, school uniforms or work wear (including hi-vis), need promotional gear for an event, team-building exercise or milestone, our expertise, delivers results…

Enjoy fantastic products in minimal time knowing that our superior Japanese machines can complete multiple items with speed and efficiency.

Our experienced team will apply or adapt your designs using our digitizing process, and will even sketch ideas over the counter if you’re in need of inspiration!

Special offers:

Let us handle your embroidery to also receive FREE digital print set-up (saving you $35) for vibrant full-colour prints on other items such as t-shirts or even stickers to promote your business further. Or, depending on your brief, enjoy FREE screen-printing set-up (saving you $55 for a single colour logo), or Half Price for multiple colour screen-printing set-up. 

Below: 3 of our modern Multihead embroidery machines


Embroidery - in detail !
Embroidery is the art of decorating different materials such as fabric by using a needle and a thread. For garment decoration and applying logos this is usually done with computer controlled machines.

Orange Clothing Company currently has 5 embroidery machines; our embroidery plant is the biggest in Western NSW and is designed to cater for all size orders from a single item upwards. We use custom built software to keep garment and embroidery delivery times to a minimum.

Digitizing is the process of converting artwork into a stitch file that can be read by an embroidery machine and interpreted as different stitch types. Costs will vary depending on the complexity and size of the design. Designs with fine detail, small text and lots of colour changes require more set-up time.

Preparing Artwork for Embroidery Digitizing
Not all logos will work well for embroidery, some logos that were designed for a print media such as business cards, signs and letterheads may need to be simplified.  Elements such as fine outlines and small text may need to be enlarged or eliminated.

Supplying Artwork:
Acceptable file formats:

  1. Corel Draw *.cdr
  2. Adobe Illustrator *.ai
  3. Adobe Acrobat *.pdf
  4. High resolution jpg, gif, bmp, tiff, or eps files

Vector art is best for most designs, our minimum requirement for artwork is high resolution (300dpi min.) bmp, tiff, gif or jpg, these are best supplied at the size you require the logo to be.

Please note files supplied as Microsoft Word, or Publisher are generally not acceptable and we may need to redraw these to provide a suitable format.

If you do not have any artwork in an appropriate format, don't worry, our design department can design your artwork from hard copy, colour printout, or a hand drawn sketch.

If in doubt please send us a copy of your requirements and we will advise the best way to proceed.

Embroidery Proof
You will be provided with a proof to approve before your order is processed. This will normally be emailed as a digital screenshot or picture; you may also request an embroidered sample so you can check thread colours and stitching quality, a cost may apply for this.