When people think of creating embroidery for shirts for their clubs and teams, the focus is often on something small like a pocket logo. Conventional wisdom has it that large graphics need to be printed because that vast area is too much for embroidery to handle within a budget.
Well, conventional wisdom isn’t always right. We know how to create large embroidered graphics that are most impressive without breaking the bank.
The issue and expense with large-format embroidery is how many stitches go into the making of it. The more stitches a project takes, the more it costs in material and labor. Densely stitched full coverage (where the original material does not show through) is the most expensive to produce. However, great effects can be produced in far less expensive ways, making this on a par with printing for the price.
This great design for the Wright Elementary Falcons measured 8-1/2″ by 8″ which is quite large by embroidery standards. The order was also produced in three logo sizes —8″, 7″, and 6″ square surfaces. Rather than assuming that a one-size logo fits all, Jolene took extra care to assure a consistent look across the range of shirt sizes.
By taking advantage of the black fabric of the shirt, this fetching design could be stitched at a cost comparable to having had it screen printed. Embroidery has a much classier texture and feel than printing.
We are known for great prices and superior customer service. As a home-based business we offer superb value and attention to detail that our customers tell us is very hard to beat.
Find out how we can serve you and your school or church group with embroidery. Give Jolene a call at (503) 991-5266 M-F 9am-5pm Pacific time.