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Kodiak Embriodery Machines




Embroidery is the process of stitching logos and/or text onto garments directed by a digitized version of the image.  Embroidery is a great alternative to screen printing if you are still looking to add value to your garments.  Contrary to popular belief, it is also a cost-effective solution to your branding.  Unlike screen printing, the number of color threads used does not necessarily increase the price. If you are looking for a clean, professional look, embroidery is the way to go.  Our popular products to embroider are sport shirts, polos, and jackets.  Embroidery is the primary and most customizable form for caps and other headwear. 



Custom Embroidery Icon



Custom Embriodery Full Circle

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Embriodery Sample
Embriodery Logo Cambria
Embriodered logo Sample
Embroidery logo NLB
Embriodered Logo TC Running
Embroidery Example
Embroidered Logo Snow Bear
Embroidery Logo
Embroidery logo

Is Tackle Twill the right option?


But what is Tackle Twill?


Tackle Twill, or applique, involves sewing down a number or letter made by cutting pieces of one material and applying them to the surface of another material usually with a nylon twill. Basically, tackle twill begins with a "patch" of sorts that is applied to the jersey, shirt, hat or other garment that is then sewn to the material for a more rugged finish. 

Tackle Twill is the most popular for both professional sports teams and school athletic organizations. Look closely at your favorite football, baseball, or hockey player's jersey. Also look at many of the jerseys fans wear when watching the game. These jerseys have most likely been decorated with tackle twill names and numbers. 


Advantages of Tackle Twill: 


This type of applique offers a bold look to your uniform or jersey, the stitching count is lower than embroidery, thus is more affordable while creating a three-dimensional work of art. 

Tackel Twill
Tackle Twill Logo
Tackle Twill Baseball Jersey
Tackel Twill Brewery
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