Tackle Twill is the stitching of twill fabric onto sweatshirts or team jerseys.
The most commonly seen application of tackle twill is for university or college sweatshirts or jackets. The school letters are cut out of twill using a laser cutter and then stitched onto the sweatshirt. Embroidery is often added underneath to enhance the design. Usually adding the department, or the year or some smaller sub-text.
Tackle twill is a classic look that never goes out of style. Stitched-on letters have been around for decades and they offer a substantial, long-lasting alternative to screen printing.
If you are looking to create custom tackle twill for your team or school, maybe some custom grad wear with school letters stitched on, we are confident that choosing Xsports will be your best decision! If you are nearby, you are welcome to visit our showroom and see samples of other tackle twill applique we have created for our other valued customers. You can also touch and try on many clothing options and see the different colours of twill available to you for layering and stitching. We also have hundreds of colours of threads to choose from.
We are here to help! Applique is a complicated process. First, we have to choose the garments and fabric type, then we need to cut the design using a laser cutter. Then we program the stitches and sew it on. It’s not really something that can be done using a design online tool. It takes some customer service and some attention to detail. We suggest you give us a call. If you are nearby maybe dropping in and seeing some sample will help you to decide.
How Do We Price Tackle Twill Applique?
Tackle Twill prices depend on the size, amount of layers and amount of stitches used to hold it down. Before we can give you a price for tackle twill we will need to get a good idea what you are trying to create. The amount of time needed to produce stitched on twill can vary greatly from design to design.
The biggest deciding factor regarding the price for tackle twill is the kind of stitch you choose to use as your finishing stitch.