Why choose embroidery?
Traditionally embroidery has been more durable than print. Your embroidered logo should last the lifetime of the garment. With modern print techniques this is less of an issue as a printed polo will also look great and last.
Embroidery is quality. Most everyone agrees, an embroidered logo represents the highest quality decorating method available. When a logo is embroidered, the brand is also perceived as representing a high quality company.
Embroidery may be slightly more expensive way to present your logo, but if you are representing a quality brand, it is the best representation of quality.
Embroidery is good for small orders. Embroidery is very cost effective when done on single pieces, small orders to hundreds or even thousands of pieces.
Embroidery is durable. Quality embroidery thread is designed to stand up to heavy laundering with colors that won’t fade in hot water.
How much will it cost to convert my artwork into an embroidery format?
Usually, it will cost between $45 - $80 depending on the size and the complexicy of the design.
Go to our contact page, fill in the form and attach your image. We will contact you with a correct price.
Embroidery : is a process of using threat to make a design on material.
Digitize : The computerized technique of turning a design image into an embroidery program. Special software is used to create plotting commands for the embroidery machine. The commands are transferred to the machines logic head by a designated embroidery "language."
Fill Stitch : Fill stitches are a series of running stitches sewn closely together to form broad areas of embroidery with varying patterns and stitch directions.
Hoop : A clamping device used to hold the backer and fabric in place in the machine.
Running Stitch : A running stitch is one line of stitches which goes from point A to point B. A running stitch is often used for fine details, outlining, and underlay.
Satin Stitch : Also known as the zig-zag stitch by which a line, border or edge is produced by thread being alternately stitched to either side of a baseline. Satin stitches are generally limited to a maximum of 10mm stitch length before some alternate technique such as split stitching or fill stitching must be used.
Underlay : A stabilizing pattern of embroidery which, if used, precedes the main body of satin or fill stitching. It consists of one or a combination of running stitches for centering, edging, paralleling or zigzagging the design area.