Tackle twill is the application of laser cut twill lettering onto a sports uniforms, sweatshirts or any other appropriate apparel. Any shape, letter, or design can be custom cut from a polyester twill material and sewn onto almost any garment for an extremely upscale look. They are then stitched around the edges using a zig zag or satin stitch so that they are permanently fixed to the garment. Tackle twill is a great option for greek organizations, school sweatshirts, sports jerseys, varsity jackets and much more!
Can I choose a special font or design for my tackle twill order?
Yes. We can use almost any typeface, character, shape, or design to make your tackle twill logo. Simply let us know which font you are looking for when placing your order.
What is the average turnaround time for tackle twill orders?
Tackle twill takes a few more days than our other processes because of the time it takes to custom cut your design and then precisely line up the required stitch path for your design or letters. Standard turnaround time is 12 to 15 business days for pre-cut designs, like greek letters or standard fonts.
TACKLE TWILL COLORS
Below our the standard twill fabric colors that can be cut into letters and shapes for your tackle twill design.
Tackle Twill STITCH TYPES & LAYERS
Zig Zag Stitch on 1 Layer of Twill
Example below- Gold twill fabric sewn on grey sweatshirt with gold thread sewn in a zig-zag type of embroidery stitch.
Zig Zag Stitch on 2 Layers of Twill
Example below- Gold and dark green twill fabric sewn on black sweatshirt with gold and dark green thread sewn in a zig-zag type of embroidery stitch.
Satin Stitch on 1 Layer of Twill
Example below- Red twill fabric sewn on light blue sweatshirt with white thread sewn in a satin type of embroidery stitch.
Satin Stitch on 2 Layers of Twill
Example below- Light blue and navy twill fabric sewn on grey sweatshirt with white and navy thread sewn in a satin type of embroidery stitch.
There Are 2 Type Of Stitching For Tackle Twill Letters available.
Zig-Zag Stitch - A Zig Zag Stitch Used To Sew Twill Fabric Onto A Garment.
Satin Stich - A Long, Straight Embroidery Stitch Worked Closely Parallel In Rows To Form A Pattern That Resembles Satin. This Type Of Stitch Is Also Used In Sewing Twill Fabrics.Stitch Density(Or Stitch Count) Is 5 Times More Than Zig Zag Stitch.
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TACKLE TWILL LETTERING STYLES FOR ALL UNIFORMS
We can apply sewn tackle twill or screen printed lettering to all apparel.This is a small sample of lettering styles available. Please ask if you are looking for a specific style. You can also provide your own font if you prefer. Please note: some lettering styles can't be applied using sewn twill if the lettering style is too thin. Any lettering style can be used for screen printing.