Motif8 | Embroidery Design Clothing Teesside North East
Motif8 Embroidery & Print Ltd, is owned by husband and wife team Chris and Sian Pomfret, both ex-serving members of the Armed Forces.
Chris served 24 years with the Royal Corps of Signals and Sian served 6 years with the Intelligence Corps. During the last 3 years of Chris’s career he saw an opening in the logo leisurewear industry and he saw an opportunity to purchase an embroidery company, dealing primarily with schoolwear.
Motif8 has expanded into 4 main sectors: Motif8 Military, Motif8 School Wear, Motif8 Sports & Leisurewear and Motif8 Corporate & Work Wear. In the last 8 years, the size of the business has increased exponentially and continues to expand into 2013.
Chris and Sian bought their business in April 2003 and set upon establishing themselves in the embroidery business.
Chris and Sian are totally focused on customer satisfaction and believe in building sound relationships with their customers. They have learned to adapt to customer requirements of supplying excellent quality garments at competitive prices, and meeting strict deadlines, hence the continued expansion and success of Motif8.
Services we can provide
There is great potential for digital transfer printing to replace the old and complicated methods, such as screen or pad printing. Using our Roland Versacamm, we are able to offer the highest quality, photo-realistic prints at the lowest prices. the Versacamm offers an unlimited colour-range in a wide variety of options including a matte and glossy finish. With this technology we are also able to produce high quality presentation banners, pitch-side advertising or flags.
Motif8 offers quality embroidered designs that stand out from the crowd. The secret of great looking embroidery is down to how well the logo has been converted from the original artwork into an embroidery file and that's where we win.
Screen printing is the process of using a stencil to apply ink onto another material whether it be t-shirts, posters, stickers, vinyl, wood, or any material that can keep the image onto its surface. Ink is forced into the mesh openings by the fill blade or squeegee and onto the printing surface during the squeegee stroke. A number of screens can be used to produce a multicoloured image or design.
CAD Cut Printing
CAD Cut Printing is printing suited to small runs and individual names and numbers. It is a smart and cost effective way of printing low volume work. Cad Cut Printing (Also known as Vinyl Cut). Transfer printing is a fast, low cost way of producing small quantities of printed work wear or printed clothing.