Custom embroidered clothing, with a difference you’ll really notice.

Want the best looking embroidery? It’s all in the digitising.
Digitising is hand-converting your artwork into a format which the embroidery machines can use, and it’s the quality of the digitising which makes a big, BIG difference to the final result.
Your artwork will be hand-digitised by our in-house, award-winning UK digitiser. He’ll use stitch styles, colour blending and even certain stitch angles to reflect light in just the right way. Yes, that’s really how detailed we get!

This expert digitising is essential if you want your embroidery up to the standard of the samples on our website.
The digitising process
Artwork
We need a nice clean image to work with, so we can see all the fine detail when we zoom in.
Digitising
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The entire design is manually redrawn, stitch by stitch, using specialist embroidery digitising software.
Sampling
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The finished design is stitched out and tweaked until it looks perfect, and then we'll send you a proof.

Embroidered sew-on patches

Need custom embroidered patches for an affordable price?

Here at Paramount Embroidery, you can get custom embroidered patches in any size, any shape and with virtually any design of your choice. You can even choose from a selection of backings, including plain, iron-on and Velcro, so they suit exactly what you need.


Prices start from only 89p per patch with quantities from 100 to 1000+. The price includes digitising and delivery to your door. Just add vat.


How to order embroidered patches


  1. Email your design and tell us the patch size and quantity
  2. We check your artwork and advise of any changes
  3. Receive your quote and pay online
  4. We send you a photograph of a finished patch before we start production

Turnaround time is usually 21 days after approval.

Embroidered patch being stitched onto a garment

Appliqué Embroidery

This special technique uses a mixture of fabric panels and embroidery to reduce the amount of stitches in a design. It's often used on children's night wear or more recently on streetwear and hoodies.

Frequently asked embroidery questions.

How do I order embroidered clothing?
Ordering is easy.

  1. Choose your products and checkout online. If you can't find what you need then send us a quote request and we will source it for you.
  2. We’ll contact you for a copy of your logo. An expert will check your design and advise if we need to make changes to suit the embroidery process.
  3. You’ll receive a digital proof in 48 hours. Approve the design and we will start production.
  4. Your order will ship days, not weeks.
Can I add extra embroidered logos?
We can add extra regular sized logos for £3.45+vat. We can quote for larger designs once we’ve seen your artwork.

There is a £25+vat digitising charge for extra embroider logos. We save the design for future orders so you only pay this once.
Is there an embroidery setup fee?
No. The store price includes the digitising of your first logo for FREE.

We charge a £25+vat digitising fee for each new logo. The file will be saved for future orders so you only pay it once.
Is there a minimum order quantity?
There is no minimum order quantity, however orders under £250+vat incur a £50 small order fee to cover the increased cost of running low volume jobs.
What type of artwork do I need to supply?
A good quality jpg file is perfect. If in doubt, Email us your artwork and we’ll check it.
Can I send my own products for embroidery?
Sorry, we only embroider our own supplied products.
I can't find the product I want in your store, can you help?
We can supply more than 4000 products from stock  view the range here
If you can’t find what you are looking for then contact us and we’ll find it.

Can I order samples before I place an order?
We can ship blank samples the next day directly from our supplier. Tell us what you need and we will let you know the cost.

Due to the high cost of returns, samples can only be returned if they are being used as part of an embroidery or printing order.