The Art of Embroidery
Aztec bone needle.
Brother 12 needle, multi-head, computer controlled industrial embroidery machine.
Embroidery is a decorative art of sewing thread of one material into another piece of material
to form a design or image. Although painting a fabric will also form a design or image, the paint material
eventually flakes off, and usually before the useful life of the imprinted item has expired.
Painted images often have rough edges because of bleeding or the size of the knit.
Embroidered images on clothing, like logos or company names, can maintain their brilliant colors if washing instructions are following, and they
usually outlive the piece of clothing or at least have a similar rate of color loss and degradation.
- Digitizing approximately $10-15 / 1,000 stitches depending upon complexity of logo
- Actual sewn pre-production swatch provided with each new design
- Up to 9,000 stitches, based on various quantity breaks:
(9,000 stitches is usually a normal left chest logo as shown)
- 25 cents per 1,000 stitches after 9,000 (please call for exact pricing)
Disney's roadshow Disney on Ice wanted their logo on clothing for their
staff and audience. They required clean logos on high quality clothing to properly reflect and maintain
Disney's brand and image, and they chose embroidered logos on American made fleece jackets, pullovers, and hooded
sweatshirts by 20 Degrees Below.