Since the Industrial Revolution, machine embroidery has been an important component of the garment and textile business. With modern advances in technology and techniques, virtually any design can be embroidered onto clothing or created as a standalone patch. In fact, patches, badges, and emblems still comprise a significant portion of the embroidery business, providing for military personnel, space agencies, emergency services workers, sports teams, and generations of young girl and boy scouts.
But many embroidering facilities also offer a variety of other textile services. Clothing hang tags are often produced by these factories, as well as zipper pulls, leather patches, and woven labels. Custo