Our tackle twill is an applique that can be used instead of stitches for large areas of a design. It looks professional and feels great. It can also help reduce the number of stitches in an embroidery design.
The edges get heat sealed as it is cut. That means you can look sharp without the raged edges.
No blades, means no dull cutting. With our laser the edges are cut perfect everytime.
We can kiss-cut cut up to three colors at once. Which means everything will be perfectly aligned because the machine does it for us.
Here is a list of the stitches used in our tackle twill to help you decide what look you want for your decoration. Some of these stitches can also be used in our regular embroidery.
This stitch is the most basic and most popular stitch to hold on tackle twill. It is typically a thread that matches the tackle twill color and used just to hold it. It is a utilitarian stitch and is not used in regular embroidered designs.
This stitch is used to add a nice clean border. You will not see the edge of the cut tackle twill with this stitch, but it will add more stitches to your design. It can be the same color thread or a contrasting color thread.
This is a more decorative stitch. Creating a unique look that resembles a dashed line around the border. It can be the same color thread or a contrasting color thread.
This is a stitch used to fill larger areas instead of tackle twill or a satin stitch. It can be used on all sizes of designs but tends to add a lot to the overall stitch count. We use this stitch for smaller detail areas that are too wide to use a satin stitch but not large enough for the use of tackle twill.
These are the available choices for tackle twill personalizations.
Available for personalized names or numbers only. Please ask about our digitizing service if you would like a logo in our tackle twill.
You can choose to have the letters connected or not connected.
Our selection of tackle twill colors are below for you to choose from.
Our tackle twill applique is a high quality material that can be embroidered on large areas of a design to fill a color and help reduce the number of stitches in an embroidery design versus all stitches. It looks professional and feels great.
PLEASE NOTE: While every attempt is made to reproduce the tackle twill colors accurately here, the colors on your monitor or print out may not preciselythe match actual tackle twill colors. This chart should only be used for reference purposes.