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 Thinking about having knit caps, tote bags or aprons embroidered with your business logo? Read on!

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Tote bag available in many colorsNeed Grocery Bags?

Add your business logo to reusable grocery bags and you'll be helping the environment while promoting your business. Embroidered grocery bags are seen and noticed!

 

 

 

Advertise Wherever You Go with custom embroidery and screen printing!  Give embroidered items like hats to customers, friends and family and let them advertise for you!

 

 

What Information Should You Avoid Using In Your Embroidered Logo?

Left chest sized logos should be simple and clear. Avoid non-essential information like phone numbers and locations and use this space to increase the size of your business name. Remember, if text looks small when printed its too small to be embroidered.

 

Aprons!

Embroidered aprons are great for advertising yourRed full length apron business. Aprons can be an inexpensive way to give employees a uniform look. You can make a big statement with a large embroidered apron logo or be more subtle with a left-chest sized logo. Which design size is better?

 If the cost is a major consideration and your design isn't too detailed then the best option is to have a left-chest sized logo set-up. In addition to costing less this size can be embroidered on shirts in the future. What if you want to make a big statement? Unlike shirts, aprons will allow you to have a design that's 5" wide or larger.  This additional space will permit you to include extra information like a tag line or more detail so having a larger design may be a better option for you.

 

Why Is It Important To Have a Quality Embroidered Logo?

The quality of your embroidered logo reflects your business image. A well embroidered logo will reinforce the products and services you provide.

 

 

What Is "Digitizing"? Digitizing is the process of converting artwork into stitch format.  Your artwork is used as a template to create your embroidery set-up.  The better the quality of the artwork, the easier it is for the digitizer to convert your logo into a high quality embroidery file.