3D embroidery or 3D puff embroidery is a technique where foam is inserted under the embroidery stitch to raise the surface of your design giving a three-dimensional look to your embroidery design. 3D embroidery is a cool effect because it can make a design really stand out on a cap. Due to foam being applied underneath the embroidery stitching, the best designs for 3D embroidery are simple ones, like initials or alphabets which is why you often see one alphabet on the front of caps as it is difficult to maintain the details using foam when the text gets small.
Flat embroidery is the most common embroidery used, it is where the decorative stitch is applied directly to the cap fabric creating a flat design. Flat embroidery can be used for the most intricate and detailed designs without distorting the image which makes it the most popular choice for embellishment.
Screen printing is the process of pressing ink through a stencilled mesh screen to create a printed design. It's a popular technique used in a whole range of different industries, so even if you've never heard of the term before today, it's likely that you've worn or used a screen-printed product at some point without even realising. The process is sometimes called serigraphy or silk screen printing, but all of these names refer to the same basic method.
Screen printing is an effective technique for creating bold canvases, posters and artwork, but the method can also be used to print fabrics and textiles, so it's great for creating all sorts of custom clothing and products.
The heat transfer process has become increasingly popular among t-shirt manufacturers and screen printers. Heat transfer designs are perfect for small orders and on-site printing. Customers can choose the size and color shirt they want and you can print it on demand. This allows you to sell t-shirts at a high profit margin while eliminating overstock of printed shirts. Instead of storing hundreds of t-shirts in your garage and waiting for someone to purchase them, you can just print t-shirts as the orders come in with a heat transfer t-shirt printing machine.
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We are excited to introduce you to the revitalised Indestruktible brand which has represented quality and durability for 15 years. The Indestruktible Headwear collection is not only functional and equipped to handle adverse conditions but it has the perfect gear for your outdoor adventure. The collection brings you functional camouflage wear, shirts, jackets, fleece tops and trousers.
Barron is excited to announce the partnership with Ernie Els and we have collaborated to launch an exclusive collection that will be available from Barron. This collaboration portrays luxury golfing garments made in South Africa. The entire range is built around bright and vibrant colour palettes, distinguished look to the silhouette and a luxurious feel with a slight sheen to the fabric. The Ernie Els Collection is a brand represented by the Big Easy himself, who has won 4 Majors, had 71 career victories including 19 PGA and 28 European Tours and became World Number One for the first time in 1997.
Ahead was founded in 1995 by Mr Ken Shwartz. Over the past 15 years, the Company has been able to capitalize on the golfing industry's desire for specialized high-quality graphics on headwear and garments and the brand-conscious nature of those who frequent golf shops. With a consistent balance of creativity, simplicity and the forward thinking of the Ahead brand, there is no doubt you will find performance, comfort and enjoyment in every product you acquire. Options are endless in terms of customisation and personality of your private or corporate logos on golf shirts and caps. It is available all within one brand, from simple things that make you look the part to your Headwear gear. It can simply even make a statement with the advanced materials in golf equipment, particularly the Apparel lines & golf shirts.
The 466/64 fashion brand takes its name from Nelson Mandela's prison number on Robben Island. He was prisoner number 466 in the year 1964. We honour Madiba's legacy by continuing his humanitarian work while celebrating the ideals and values he lived by, which continue to inspire the world. By purchasing this range you are supporting the work of the Nelson Mandela Foundation and directly contributing to the preservation of Madiba's legacy. Barron has collaborated with the 466/64 fashion brand for an exclusive corporate range that will only be available to our resellers. The range is a combination of easy affordable casual t-shirts and a baseball cap that celebrate different facets of Madiba's values and character. The collection is ‘Made in South Africa' - watch out for more collection releases in the coming months.