Regardless of the size of your business, as a commercial embroiderer, you will love the 3-dimensional appeal of our Puffy Foam. Think of all the unique looks you can achieve such as thick, raised monograms, and three-dimensional patterns that can't be duplicated by other embroidery techniques. Once you master working with Puffy Foam, the payoff is great for diversifying your potential to customers. Like anything, if it was easy then everyone would be doing it.
So how as an embroiderer do you learn to embroider with Puffy Foam?
- Watch our Puffy Foam overview in this short video, as shown by embroidery legend Deborah Jones.
- We recommend you call us at 1-800-432-3781. Our staff will be glad to give you basic starting guidelines for stitch lengths and other amendments to your digitizing. We can give you a significant number of hints to get you on the right track!
- Attend a Gunold Learn & Touch Hands-On, Step-By-Step Training Event. These embroidery training events are generally 1 - 2 days, and you receive detailed instructions and demonstrations for successful digitizing with various embroidery specialty products, including Gunold Puffy Foam. You will learn tricks and hints to successful Puffy embroidery – and from a master embroiderer such as Deborah Jones.
Help Your Embroidery Business Grow
Experience shows that embroiderers can charge more for embroidery done in Gunold Puffy Foam, since it makes any garment look more interesting and involves more personal attention from the embroiderer. We believe that when an embroiderer learns to use Puffy Foam effectively, they are automatically going to stand apart from competition and enjoy more embroidery sales and customer traffic. Why not offer Puffy Foam to your customers, and carry it as a staple item in your embroidery shop?
You can learn more about puffy foam by contacting our sales team. We're here to help you with any new embroidery ideas or problems you might have. Don't hesitate to ask us any questions you might have about our products or upcoming embroidery project trouble shooting.