Want to celebrate a family reunion? Outfit the baseball team? Or give every employee a company polo shirt? Screen printing and embroidery are two techniques used to create logos and custom printing. Screen printing is a process where ink is transferred to fabric, such as a t-shirt or bag, using a blocking stencil. Embroidery is a technique where thread or yard is sewed by hand or machinery to create a logo or design on a baseball cap or blanket. Baltimore offers a number of places offering screen printing, including Ray’s Print House, J & M Manufacturing, and Capt. Jerry’s. For embroidery services look no further than Ray’s Print House, That’s The Point, and EmbroidMe.
Ray’s Print House
2981 Falls Road
Baltimore, MD 21211
(443) 377-1729

Known as the place where “If You Can Think It, We Can Ink It,” Ray’s Print House offers services, including screen printing, embroidery, digital printing and art services. Ray’s Print House offers customers an array of custom printed garments for business, family reunions, schools, churches and community events. Stop by the Hampden location to see an extensive selection of polos, fleeces, woven shirts, work wear, outerwear and lounge wear. Brand name items include North End Sport and Extreme, Devon & Jones, Core365, Harriton and Team 365.

J & M Manufacturing, Inc.
208 S. Pulaski St.
Baltimore, MD 21223
(410) 233-4881

J & M Manufacturing, Inc. offers many services under one roof. Customers can choose from services including pattern work, cutting, sewing, embroidery and screen printing. Opened in 1994, J & M Manufacturing, Inc. is dedicated to taking care of “customer’s production needs.” Using the Gerber Accumark 8.5, J & M Manufacturing, Inc., will create products by sewing, cutting. heat press, embroidery and screen printing. The screen printing is made in the 18′ by 21.5′ print area. Call ahead to schedule your visit.

Capt. Jerry’s
4121 Primrose Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21215
(877) 581-1600

A family-owned screen printing company, Capt. Jerry’s opened in 1976. This Baltimore business offers printed apparel, promotional products and embroidery. Capt. Jerry’s is “detail-oriented” and dedicated to offering “superior quality in everything” they do. Offering one-day service, Capt. Jerry’s prides itself on “customer service and fast dependable service.” Capt. Jerry’s can screen print a variety of items, including t-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, outer garments, bags and hats. For over 30 years, Capt. Jerry’s has offered custom embroidery services in its “54,000 square foot embroidery facility” featuring “state-of-the-art machines.”

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That’s The Point
1005 S. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 347-7524

Located in the heart of Federal Hill, That’s The Point is open Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. The store is closed Mondays throughout the year and Sundays in the summer. That’s The Point is a “yarn and needlecrafts shop,” that sells yarn, knitting, crocheting, needlepoint and cross stitch supplies. That’s The Point stocks an extensive selection of yarns, ribbons, wools and tweeds.

8841-A Belair Road
Baltimore, MD 21236
(410) 663-3636

Offering high quality, EmbroidMe strives to “work in partnership” with clients “to identify needs, goals and objectives.” Open 5 days a week, the hours of operation are Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Your company or team logo can be embroidered on bags, totes, caps, hats, golf items, outerwear, personalized gifts, promotional products, team apparel, t-shirts, uniforms and corporate apparel. Embroidery, a popular embellishment technique, creates “a highly professional impression” of a company logo, team logo or school logo.

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