I ONLY DO DIRECT EMBROIDERY TO GARMENT
Direct Embroidery has a look and feel that is timeless. It has a unique luster that just cannot be found in other forms of decoration. An embroidered logo can instantly add value and prestige to a garment. Most importantly, the professional appearance of embroidery will help reinforce your corporate identity.
Where would you like your embroidery?
Consider other highly noticeable garment locations for a unique logo/artwork placement
Other points to remember when estimating stitch count
It is important to remember that these tip are just a method to provide an estimate only in estimating stitch count.
The precise figure can only be determined when the actual artwork is provided and digitized
Is there any minimum?
Nope, there are no minimums or maximums.
What are your set up fees?
I do not charge set up fees if using one of the 40,000 stock designs on file.
Do you provide a proof of the logo?
Yes, if requested I provide a jpeg image of your logo.
What are your shipping fees and what service to you use?
Since I am a local embroider most items are picked up in person. If I do have a request to ship completed embroidery I do not elevate shipping fees. I charge exactly what UPS charges me, no more.
Do you supply apparel?
I no longer order apparel, bring your own item to be embroidered
Is there an extra charge for multiple colors?
I can do 15 different colors changes per design without any additional charges.
Is there a difference between threads?
Yes, I only use Isacord. Strength, color quality, and colorfast threads are how we judge thread supplier.
Is the digitizing mine after I pay for it?
Yes, on your own custom designs. I always keep a copy of the file and you are always welcome to have a copy for your records.
I'm not sure of a specific design; do you offer ready made designs?
Yes, I own over 40,000 designs, Just ask, and I will probably have something your looking for. Flowers, animals, cars, sports figures, mascots, flags, holiday designs, and many more…
Other than shirts, caps, and jackets, what else can you embroider on?
Leather, vinyl, luggage, blankets, dog collars, and just about any fabric you can think of.
Note: Normally the care label instructions pertain to the garment, not the embroidery. Special care should be taken when laundering embroidered garments. Since the conditions of use, washing, pressing and cleaning, etc. vary in use of yarns and threads, the purchaser should assure himself by preliminary tests that the dye fastness of the yarn or thread is 100% colorfast to washing under all conditions. We cannot be responsible for any consequential damages since the value of the thread is so disproportionate to the value of the goods into which it is stitched.