Embroidery FAQ

The process of embroidery can be confusing, especially if you’re unfamiliar with it. We get a lot of questions about the actual process, but also how you go about getting a piece embroidered. Read on to see if we answer some of your questions, and feel free to visit our contact page and send us an email if you have any inquiries.

What items can be embroidered?

Embroidery is the process of sewing a pattern into an article of fabric. This fabric can range from t-shirts and sweaters to towels and umbrellas. We have a large inventory of colored threads so that we can match almost any design, and our high-tech machines will make sure the embroidery is identical to the image you supply. We can even embroider items you already own! Just make sure they’re nice and clean before you bring them in.

How far in advance should I order?

Most orders take 2-3 weeks to be completed, but that can range depending on the size of the order. That being said, rush orders are available, and we have a reputation for meeting customer deadlines.

What’s the difference between embroidery and screen printing?

Both are types of customization and decoration for fabrics. Embroidery uses stitches to create the pattern, as said above, while screenprinting uses dyes and screens to leave behind the design or logo. Both choices are perfect for customizing apparel, but screen printing is sometimes more cost effective.

Do you have an order minimum?

Nope! We have the capacity to take on both large and small orders and get everything done by your deadline. The only difference is the cost of each item. Larger orders cost less per item, while small orders are a little more pricey.

There you go! We hope we’ve made you a little bit more knowledgeable on the world of customization and embroidery. For more information, visit our site here to view our inventory and some samples of our work.