It's important to note, print or embroidery colours and garment colours may sometimes differ from the colours you see on screen, paricularly [but not limited to] some Red, Orange, Blue, Purple/Pink and Green shades. This is due to the fact monitor screens render colours in RGB mode compared to print which uses CMYK mode. A great and much more detailed explanation can be found here:- RGB vs CMYK: Why the Difference Makes a Difference
Although CMYK is an industry standard color model, the exact range of colours represented can vary, depending on the press and printing conditions. The CMYK Color mode in Photoshop for example varies according to the working space setting that you specify in the Color Settings dialog box.
We cannot be held resposible for these colour variations so please consider this prior to ordering.
If you do have a Pantone reference number for a certain colour just let us know when ordering and we'll endeavour to match, although this is not always possible with digital print or embroidery threads.
It's also important to note garment colours may also differ between brands, for example a Black or Red shirt from Fruit of the Loom may be a different shade of Black or Red from Stanly/Stella or B & C for example.
Please ask us prior to placing your order if you're unsure, either in the Chat box or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org We're always happy to send samples prior to order to ensure you're happy, as refunds cannot be given due to colour differnces for the reasons given above.