Add a personal touch to your uniforms by embroidering your logo or artwork in multiple colours. The embroidery thread is tough, holds its colour brilliantly even after many washes and can be ironed smoothly. Embroidery is a fantastic way to give your team uniforms a professional and cohesive look.




Submit your artwork in high-resolution vector files (AI, EPS, or PDF) for the best results. These formats ensure your embroidered logo or design’s finest detail and colour accuracy. Our team of experts will guide you through the preparation process and ensure your artwork aligns with the required embroidery.


Vector file format is required to ensure best production outcomes. Accepted File formats: PDF, EPS, SVG, Ai. Please include your style guide where available.


Once we have received your vector file, we can rescale to appropriate size. *Typical breast size for breast position is 100mm wide. This may vary depending on the specifics of your logo and garments in your order.


Vector files contain colour codes for us to reference in the production of your order. Pantone colour system is always preferred. Thread colours are matched to pantone by ‘best match’.

We are highly experienced graphic designers, and our in-house team understand how to make your uniform work for your


We’ve embroidered for hundreds of businesses so to make ordering easy we have a selection of standard placements and sizes for embroidery on all product types.


A vector is file made up of lines and shapes and is infinitely resizable without loosing quality. A vector file will be expressed as .eps, .svg or .ai and is editable using the correct program. This is different from an image file like png or jpeg which is made up of pixels. This format is not editable and can only be reduced in size (not scaled bigger) without losing quality.

Always supply your logo in vector format.

The cost of embroidery does vary based on factors like the complexity of the design, order volume, garments and type of material. We recommend you login to the custom built portal to raise a quote so we can best assist you.

Alternatively, you are welcome to give us a call to discuss your requirements on 03 9786 5005, or email team@bigbranding.com.au with any questions you have.

Embroidered garment & accessories doe not require extra care when washing and wearing. However we do recommend following the wash instructions of the garment to ensure the garment last as long as the embroidery.

Your uniform can last for many years when you follow the wash instructions of the garment.

Here are some further precautions to take if you wish to extend the lift of the garment and the embroidery even further.

  • Turn the item inside out to shield the embroidery.
  • Avoid laundering with items that have hard features like zippers or buttons which could potentially damage the embroidery.
  • Use a gentle detergent.
  • If feasible, air drying is preferred to prevent any shrinkage.
  • For items with vivid colours, washing in cold water can help minimise the risk of the colours running.
  • If ironing is necessary, steer clear of steam and never iron directly on the embroidered sections. Instead, place a pressing cloth over the embroidery or iron the fabric from the reverse side.

We love sharing examples of work that we have previously created for our clients. You can review the gallery above, however this is only a small subset of the work we have completed. Please feel free to contact us about your requirements so we can share some relevant examples so that you can get a better idea of the quality of our craftsmanship.

Opting for a local embroidery service offers advantages such as quicker turnaround times, the ability to inspect materials in person, and the opportunity for face-to-face communication to ensure your specific requirements are met.

The turnaround time for embroidery can vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the design, the number of items and the shop’s current workload. It’s advisable to speak to one of our friendly team about the estimated completion time when placing an order.

Screen printing is the process of printing your logo or design onto the fabric using special ink. Screen printing designs onto fabric is an automated process completed one colour at a time using mesh to transfer into on the fabric, which is then dried to set the print or cure it.

Contrarily, machine embroidery is an automated process using a sewing machine or computerised embroidery machine that creates patterns on textiles using a needle and thread. Most commonly embroidery machines have 12 or more sewing heads with up to 15 needles per head (12 items can be found embroidered simultaneously and the logo can use to up 15 thread colours.

You can read more about the differences between the two options here.


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