As far as the washing process is concerned, the same rules apply to an embroidered Beanie as to a conventional one: Be careful not to wash the Beanie too hot. Otherwise, there is a risk that the Beanie will shrink.
Beanies not only keep your head warm in the cold months, but are also stylish accessories. Embroidered Beanies have another advantage: your employees wear the company logo clearly visible on their heads and advertise with it wherever they are. This makes embroidered Beanies the ideal advertising medium for craft businesses in particular - where work is often done outdoors. A nice side effect: with embroidered Beanies your employees will have a uniform appearance. This uniform appearance makes a good impression at trade fairs, among other things.
Beanies are usually made of very elastic material. Because of this property, beanies can be embroidered much better than printed. However, the best way to show off your logo on a beanie is as an embroidered patch
Embroidered patches are best for very coarse mesh or elastic Beanies . Instead of embroidering the logo directly onto the Beanie , the embroidery lands on a piece of fabric cut to the shape of the logo. The customer chooses the colour and material of this backing. Once the underlay has been embroidered with the corresponding logo, it is sewn onto the Beanie . The underlay is even finer than the embroidery. Since this backing can be embroidered even more finely, we recommend this method especially for very detailed logos or coats of arms.
The position on which you can have your beanie embroidered
depends on the model. Beanies with a brim or flap are embroidered on the flap. If it is a beanie without such a cover, a distance of one to two centimetres from the bottom edge of the beanie is required.