Apron Print and Embroidery
Embroidered aprons can look fantastic and the branding will often live as long as the apron itself. Embroidering aprons is the best option when the branding is not too large and works absolutely best on thicker fabrics.
The hughes and co embroidered apron above works well due to it’s size, not only is the design relatively small (low thread count) and the text large enough to be reproduced well – the embroidery is split so it is not one large stiff area.
Has become much more popular as of late, screen printing aprons opens up a lot of options. Embroidery whilst perfect for aprons can get very expensive at large sizes – and sometimes cannot hold the same level of fine detail.
The awhi screen printed apron above was not embroidered due to price, detail and also as embroidered areas can be quite stiff it is best to avoid larger areas on softer fabrics, like the urban bib apron with are best printed.