Embroidery is the process of turning a graphic design into needle and thread art for application onto fabric.
These designs can be simple, single colour or multi-colour intricate pieces of art.  Of all the methods of fabric embellishment, embroidery is generally considered to add sophistication to any work or club apparel.



Heat transfer is a method of printing that allows the ‘print’ of a design onto a piece of clothing or object.
This type of printing uses the process of heat to transfer an image specially printed in wax onto the desired medium.
We, at Moana Clothing, like to use Supacolour which is a more vibrant and durable technique of transfer for all forms of medium to ensure you get the best outcome.



Screen printing is a process that transfers ink onto fabric.
This technique prints one colour at a time and layers them on the garment which allows for large images, fine details and multiple colours in a logo or design to be transferred in high quality that will last.
While this technique is very effective, it can be quite costly for smaller quantity of orders.