Embroidery offers that special touch that is conveyed to people that see it, It offers that edge that can differ you from "just another company". Embroidery is often used for corporate shirts or high end tailored shirts but don't shy away from it for this reason any company can use embroidered shirts to showcase their logo or design for formal or informal events. This is definitely not a bash on screen printing we love screen printing as well but we also understand that screen printing does not always relay the message you are looking for. 

Embroider your next batch and see what we mean you'll feel the difference and other will definitely see it!

Planning Your Embroidery Journey

Customizing and ordering your embroidered apparel should be fun and easy! We'll help with the entire process no matter what your experience in apparel ordering is, we work with people everyone from those who have everything in order including logo, files, and design to those who are just starting. 

Choosing your garment

Picking your garment is the 1st step in the embroidery process. While not all garments are recommended for embroidery we will accomodate were we can and advise when it is necessary.
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When working with logos we prefer working with Corel, Adobe, JPEG, BITMAP, or TIFF logos to allow us to manipulate and change the needed sections so our machines can properly map everything out. If you do not have a usable format or do not have a logo at all its ok we can still help you out!
Look at the links below for help with text you can use instead of logos or reach out to us using the contact form below for more logo help.
Click to view: Font Library
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Thread Choice

There are two types of embroidery thread: rayon and polyester. These threads are used for completely different purposes. The simplest explanation is that rayon is for shiny, pretty, delicate embroidery. Polyester is for embroidery that needs to withstand wear and tear.

If you’re embroidering a name or logo on a sports uniform or a mechanic’s jumpsuit, you’ll want to use polyester threads. These garments are intended to take a lot of abuse and require frequent laundering. Polyester will hold up to nearly anything.

Rayon embroidery is better for garments you would treat gently. Customized silk pajamas and soft baby blankets look beautiful with rayon embroidery. Just be sure the recipient of the embroidery knows to care for the embroidered piece with a delicate hand.
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Stitch Type

Embroidery utilizes three different types of stitches, often in conjunction with each other. Each stitch type plays a different role in shaping the finished design.

The Fill Stitch
The fill stitch is the kind of stitch used to fill a large area with a solid color. It’s the foundation and the background for badge shaped embroidery projects. For some embroidery projects, a fill stitch in the appropriate shape is first applied to the garment. Thin fabrics and fabrics with a high pile (like fleece) can’t be directly embroidered. Fleece swallows details, and soft fabrics bunch up. A fill layer gives the embroidery a solid place to sit, ultimately making the details more visible.

The Satin Stitch
Satin stitching is used to create lettering or outlines for embroidery. The colored border around an embroidery patch or logo is usually a satin stitch. Satin stitching reinforces the edges of a design while providing beautiful contrast.

The Running or Walking Stitch
Running or walking stitches make details look hand stitched onto a garment. When you picture traditional style floral embroidery designs, you’re imagining the running stitch.
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