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...uses basic thread/yarn and the final result lays nearly flat on your chosen garment. It’s our most commonly used option and is probably what comes to mind first when you think of embroidery.
...is unique in that the thread actually consists of a rubber core wrapped in metallic thread. Best used as an accent element in your design rather than the main feature.
...is where things start to get interesting. Puff uses a thick, foam-like material that is then stitched over, resulting in designs that pop off the garment and create a 3D effect.
Get started by determining what design you want to embroider, and on what garment! Need help making that call? Let us help.
Using digital design software, we create a model of your design that includes the necessary stitching to bring it to life—kind of like the process of 3D graphic design.
Here's where our custom embroidery services really come into play: once your design is digitized and ready to be stitched, the embroidery process consists of punching the thread into the garment...over and over again.
Our high-tech embroidery machine makes this process super streamlined, but intricate designs can still take quite a bit of time!
After we remove any excess backing and cut off any flyaway stitches, your garment is complete!
Well, we may be biased, but we think you came to the right place for shirt embroidery, hat embroidery, and beyond. Have more specific questions about how to get started? Contact us. We're not like regular embroidery companies—we're a *cool* embroidery company 😜
We take your beautiful work of art, digitize it, and enter it into our software. From there we choose from two types of stitching: Satin stitching (which stitches back and forth only and is used for smaller areas) or fill stitching (in which the stitching direction can be adjusted to compensate for fabric structure and pulling).
Basic visual files like PDF, EPS and JPEG work. If you can send in a vector art file, though, it’s preferred as we can easily manipulate it if adjustments based on threading need to be made.
Practically speaking, 7 to 8. That's a little high, though—embroidery works best when it's simple and not muddled up by an overly busy design.
With embroidered apparel and custom embroidery services, the garment fabric matters less than the shape. In order to be loaded into our embroidery machine and ensure stability during stitching, a product should ideally be laid flat. With that being said, baseball caps are trickier to embroider than sweatshirts, due to their shape. For this reason, hat orders may take a bit longer than others. Need your hats stat? Let us know and we’ll try to make it work!
Embroidery designs are typically smaller, but if you want to go big try to keep it in the range of 10 x 10 inches.
We take great pride in our turnaround times—because we know that as soon as you approve your order, you’ll be waiting with bated breath for the mailman to come a-knockin’. That being said, embroidery is a delicate process (even with high-tech machinery like ours!) and we want to make sure your design is perfect. The faster the stitching, the more the fabric is pulled—which can cause it to warp and spread. Intricate embroidery orders may take a bit longer for this reason.
Orders using specialized services—like puff embroidery—may also have a longer turn time because the material is thicker, requiring a slower stitching process.
That being said: we will always do our best to get your goods in hand when you need them, even if you’re working with a tight deadline. Ready to order embroidery online and need it fast? Let us know and we’ll see what we can do!
You bet! Simply fill out our embroidery request form and they'll be calling you Patch Adams in no time. Note: We don't produce loose patches for individual/bulk purchase, but rather patches that are then applied to a garment of your choice.