Stitch & Print International issue 3-2021

In this edition

As the days with cooler mornings and evenings will be here again soon, we will provide information in this issue about the new autumn/winter collections from James & Nicholson, myrtle Beach and Result. Sustainability is still a trend in the new collections. The James & Nicholson and myrtle beach collections have been expanded with products made of sustainable materials such as recycled polyester or organic cotton. In Result’s Genuine Recycled range the new jackets are made of 100% recycled polyester yarns using 100% post-consumer recycled PET bottles.

More good news is that live events can take place again. After a long period , you can once more meet your colleagues and see the latest products and innovations live. In October, FESPA Global Print Expo will bring colour back to your life and I look forward to meeting everybody there again! Please read the show preview in this issue.

This issue has a special theme: workwear. Workwear became an important market for garment decorators when decoration for events came to a hold during a long interval. In the past, workwear mainly encompassed labour-intensive industries. Today, many offices, medical facilities and desk jobs also use workwear to, for example, set apart staff members from the public or advertise their specific services by branding on their garments. In this issue you will find an overview of current workwear on the market. Sean Savitch offers you tips about the heat pressing of workwear.


  • New collections
  • Calendar
  • FESPA show preview
  • Overview of workwear
  • Automate and mondernize your embroidery production
  • Embroidery of company logos
  • Heat pressing workwear