Custom Embroidery. When it comes to :True to Size Apparel

Custom Embroidery. When it comes to :True to Size Apparel

Posted by Gene Constant on 5th Aug 2017

Custom Embroidery

When it comes to custom embroidery for your business, team or yourself, prepare for an amazing experience when you shop True to Size Apparel. To start, do you have a logo? If you do, does that logo work well as an embroidery? Embroidery is decorating with a sewing
needle, applying the same thickness of thread throughout. Embroidery machines can accommodate as many as thirteen unique colors for one logo & there is no extra charge for any number of colors up to the thirteen needles. Thread does not allow varied thickness or a graduated color, sometimes known as fading.

Some logos can be sewn at a lower cost if one of the background colors is the fabric showing through. Fewer stitches means the logo will not droop and that you will pay less for custom embroidery of your garments.

True to Size Apparel has a free online Embroidery Buyer's Guide you can download. It is a PDF file and is chock full of questions & answers that may assist you in your efforts to get the right result at the best price. You are going to fall in love with the embroidery store at True to Size Apparel, where custom embroidery for hats, jackets, patches  and embroidered shirts are at sold at wholesale pricing.

If you do not have a custom logo, there is a free logo design studio available. Look at the upper left of any of True to Size Apparel's online web pages. Now that you have your logo, you can create a mock up on our design studio. Pick out a garment that is similar to the style you are seeking to embroider. Your order may be for a different style, but that is alright. You want to be certain that there is no miscommunication about logo placement. There is a lot of places for custom embroidery of your company or school sports team logo, except on pockets and on the sleeves of tops where there is not enough room to insert a commercial sewing head.

Totes and other bags have limitations because of their bulk and the placement of internal pockets, zippers, etc. For best results on a large order, you should try to allow yourself enough time to get one piece sewn so as to test the result and look at the item you are going to be buying a lot of. There is something to be said about the saying "Haste makes Waste" - live in a comfort zone & give yourself about a month or six weeks when buying custom embroidery for the first time.

Pay the cheap price of $2.99 for most logos and love the no minimum order requirement.