Logo Placement - Embroidery News 17

Wondering about your logo placement on your embroidered shirts? Read on!

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Style Focus: Nike Golf Dri-Fit Classic Polo

  • Nike Golf 267020 - men'sLadies Dri-Fit light blue polo polo shirt
  • Nike Golf 286772 - ladies polo shirt

A classic Nike Golf polo with superior moisture management! Made from 4.7-ounce, 100% polyester Dri-Fit fabric. Available in great colors like "vivid green" and "skyline blue" in sizes XS - 4X for men and S - 2X for women.


Want an embroidered logo that really pops? Pick a shirt color that contrasts strongly with the colors in your logo.


The Embroidery Process:

How is a first time embroidery order processed?

  1. The embroiderer collects all the information needed to process the order including the details about the design, garments and due date
  2. The embroidery set-up is completed and sent to the customer
  3. The customer approves the design or suggests changes
  4. The garments are ordered, checked in and organized for the embroidery process
  5. The order is embroidered on an embroidery machine
  6. Garments are trimmed, steamed and folded
  7. Garments are organized by style, color and size
  8. Garments are counted and packed in a box
  9. If the item is to be shipped a label is prepared and tracking information is sent to the buyer.

How are Garments Stabilized For Embroidery?

Garments such as shirts, jackets and sweatshirts are hooped prior to the embroidery process. Hooping items secures the fabric so it doesn't move while being embroidered. Most small embroidered designs like left chest logos are hooped in a circular hoop which keeps the fabric tension consistent from the center of the hoop to the edge of the design. Keeping the tension consistent helps produce a design that embroiders well and looks good.