Bespoke Embroidery Design

GS-UK has a strong relationship with numerous textile designers, artists and design studios. We have a have built a long term collaboration with these clients to ensure that their custom embroidery matches their exact brief.

From Initial Concept To Finished Custom Embroidery

Our creative team work with artists and designers to take their initial concepts, artworks and designs and transform them into the perfect piece of custom embroidery.

Creating the bespoke embroidery designs that our customers require can often involve experimenting with fresh and new techniques, we utilise all the expertise and years of experience that we have at our disposal which includes using our own embroidery digitising software and embroidery machines to achieve a specific style or effect.
Bespoke and custom Embroidery
Bespoke and custom Embroidery
Bespoke and custom Embroidery
Bespoke and custom Embroidery

Custom Embroidery Samples

We produce samples to ensure our translation of a concept into embroidery matches the designer's original vision. Our range of embroidery machines with large field sewing areas mean we have the in-house capability to produce one-off panels for artist commissions, embroidered lengths for interior designs and more conventional sizes for pre-production garment samples etc.

Our bespoke embroidery service includes numerous collaborations with textile artist Alice Kettle along with various interior designers and design studios.

From initial concept to finished embroidery GS Designs can deliver innovative and professional results.

Contact us by phone: 0115 844 8020 or email us directly:, we'll be happy to help.
Custom embroidery sample
Custom embroidery sample
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