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Embroidery

We are glad to offer our clients embroidery and printing on promotional and personalised clothing to businesses and individuals. We will print or embroider your logo, company name or any other symbol on clothes, accessories you are baying from us.

All projects should be send to us as a high quality JPG image. Suggested resolution is at least 1000 X 1000 pixels.

If you do not have any project we are able to design it for you in a competitive price.

Service execution time depends on the project and number of items that should be printed or embroider and it usually takes from one week to two or three weeks. All eventual changes are discussed during the project realization.

For more information and quotation please, contact us using our contact details or visit us in our store personally.


Pls contact us for quote.

01788 576522

yourbstore@gmail.com

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