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Our Embroidery Process
Request a quote.
Choose your blanks and tell us what you want. We'll give you a price.
Place your order.
If you like the price, let us know, and we'll start your order.
Get a free artwork review.
Our design pros check your artwork for perfection – no charge.
We handle the rest.
Sit back. We print, pack, and send your awesome designs to you.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does embroidery work?
Embroidery printing uses computerized embroidery machines that read digitized designs and stitch them onto the fabric using various thread colors to create the desired image or pattern.
What types of garments can be embroidered?
Embroidery works best with heavier garments, including heavyweight shirts, hoodies, hats, jackets, bags, and more.
Is embroidery only suitable for apparel, or can it be used on other items?
Embroidery can be used on a wide range of items, such as towels, patches, blankets, and promotional items. If you wish to embroider an item that you don't see on our online store, you are welcome to bring it to our store, and we can customize it for you!
Are there any limitations to the complexity or size of the embroidery designs?
Embroidery can handle intricate designs, but extremely small details may not translate well. The design size is often limited by the available embroidery hoop size.
How durable is embroidery, and will it withstand frequent washing?
Embroidery is highly durable and can withstand frequent washing without fading or losing its quality, making it an excellent choice for long-lasting designs.
Is there a minimum order quantity for embroidery?
No, there is not!
Can I choose from a variety of thread colors for my embroidery design?
Yes, we offer a wide range of thread colors, allowing you to choose the ones that best suit your design.
What is the cost of embroidery compared to other printing methods?
The cost of embroidery varies depending on factors like design complexity, size, and quantity, and thread count. Embroidery is often more expensive than some printing methods, such as screen printing, especially for larger designs.