To do the best job possible for you Morgan's Monograms uses the most sophisticated embroidery equipment available today.
We can fulfill:
Your contract order needs - We can embroider embroider your art, logo, or monograms names on items you supply such as shirts, hats, jackets, uniforms etc or we can provide you with the items.
- you have a drawing, sketch or picture and you want our award winning art department to digitize the image. Digitizing is the process that converts your art into a format that our embroidery machines understand.
Your monogramming needs - you want a name or initials sewn onto your golf hat, polo shirt, towel, or anything we can get into an embroidery hoop.
Stock artwork - If you want an image embroidered on your garments, but don't have the artwork, you can select artwork from our standard collections online at Dakota Collectibles
, the worlds largest supplier of stock embroidery designs. If you can't find something that fits your needs let us know and we will see if we can find it.
Custom embroidery styles available :
Puff embroidery - the stitching is done over thin, flexible foam to give even more of a 3D effect
Tackle Twill - lettering or numbers created by sewing down a material, usually a nylon or polyester twill, to the clothing
Embroidery over fabric - fabric is stitched onto the clothing and embroidery is done over both materials.
A combination of Tackle Twill, Puff embroidery and Embroidery.
We primarily use Robinson-Anton embroidery thread. After years in the business, we've found that Robinson-Anton threads last longest, don't shrink or pull, come in a great selection of colors, and have excellent life span. We can get any color Robinson-Anton has, (click here for the Robinson-Anton color chart) but using one of the hundreds of colors we already have in stock will be less expensive. Here is a chart of our current thread stock.
We use Robinson-Anton Super Strength® Rayon. If you will have your garments commercially cleaned (hospital smocks, chef's smocks, shop clothing, etc.), or use bleach on them, let us know so we can use Robinson-Anton Super Brite® Polyester threads.
Actual colors can vary greatly from monitor to monitor and do not always accurately portray the actual color of the thread. Please note that it is best to ask for a sample of your thread color.