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Media

Madeira USA is called upon throughout each year to provide articles about the industry to the main trade publications. This section includes articles that have been published recently. Topics range from instructional to business to problem solving.

     

The Importance of Embroidery Training
Impressions, June/July 2018


What to consider when laying a foundation for speed, quality and efficiency in your shop. This article provides key elements to include in employee training. (Pages 32-34)
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Tote Along
Printwear, May 2018


How to hoop and stabilize tote bags for best embroidered results. Includes various types of totes and when deconstruction is necessary. (Pages 54-56)
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Thread All About It Embroidery Thread Chart
Printwear, May 2018


We supplied information for a comprehensive thread chart in order to help readers choose which thread types would work best for different projects. Includes pros, cons and best uses. (Pages 58-63)
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The “E” in Team
Impressions, April 2018


Best practices of embroidering on performance wear. Working with stretchy fabrics and choosing the best stabilizers, thread and needle to achieve winning results. (Pages 36-38)
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Making the Impossible Possible
Impressions, January 2018


Think you are unable to embroider on a t-shirt? Think again! This article explains how to achieve best results embroidering on lightweight fabrics. (Pages 42-44)
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Apparel Tech Trends
Team & Active Wear

A Special Supplement to Impressions, January 2018

A look at recent trends for smart apparel in the sports and active wear industry. “Smart” apparel can breathe, move moisture away from the body and still appear fashionable and “cool.” (Pages 4-9)
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