Offering Excellent Embroidery Services
Here at Mr Stitch Custom Embroidery we have over decades of experience offering excellent embroidery services and affordable service to many household names. Our ever growing list of happy customers includes big brands such as Boeing,Tom's Shoes, and CBS Television.
So why not add your company to that list? We offer a range of custom embroidery services and can work with you to ensure you get the most out of our custom
embroidery services. We are happy to talk over ideas and help you develop a brief of what you want. Give us a call and find out what Mr Stitch can do for you.
Unlike logos used for business cards, letterheads, and the web, embroidered logos have not only height and width, but depth. Accommodations need to be made for the embroidery process. Our logo specialists will evaluate your logo, free of charge, to help determine what works best for you.email to email@example.com.
At Mr. Stitch, designing for embroidery – called digitizing – is an art done by skilled professionals. Once your logo has been digitized and you’ve chosen your shirts, the next step is to choose thread colors!email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Then, we’re ready to “hoop” the garment. The hoop is then placed in a frame, behind which is placed a paper-like material (called backing) which stabilizes the fabric. The frame moves in different directions as the embroidery needle moves up and down. . .email to email@example.com.
When the embroidery is finished, any extra backing material is trimmed, and the shirt is lightly pressed and prepared for shipping. Regardless of size or complexity, Mr. Stitch guarantees your embroidered logo will become an embroidered masterpiece — a company logo you can show with pride.email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
WE'LL MAKE YOUR COMPANY IMAGE SHINE-AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD!
Join major companies like Miller Brewing and Coca Cola, and have Mr. Stitch put your company logo on corporate apparel, custom sports shirts, and promotional shirts at a fraction of the price of our competitors. We're sure that once you try us,you'll never go anywhere else.
WE'LL EVALUATE YOUR LOGO FOR FREE!
Unlike logos used for business cards, letterheads, and the web, embroidered logos have not only height and width, but depth.
Accommodations need to be made for the embroidery process. Our logo specialists will evaluate your logo,
free of charge, to help determine what works best for you.
Lettering is the biggest challenge in embroidery, because we're using needles and threads,letters must be no smaller than 1/4 inch high. In addition, we may need to change a bit to keep the overall size appropriate for a shirt or other garment.
A STANDARD-SIZE LOGO
Since embroidered logos are measured in stitches, the more complex your logo is, the higher the stitch count. A standard-size logo has less than 10,000 stitches. Since most logos require far less than 7,500, your logo is probably standard-size. Logos that are not are subject to a fee, but don’t worry; we’ll do what’s best for both your budget and image. Since we often convert logos that have previously been designed for printing, we may need to tweak the logo for best results – at no extra charge, of course. Our main goal is to give you a logo that is both beautiful and unique. .
LARGE, DETAILED LOGOS
Because tens of thousands of threads can put a strain on any fabric, extremely large and complicated logos will make a shirt sag, or uncomfortable to wear. It may look great hanging in the closet, but that’s not what Mr. Stitch shirts are designed to do! We sell the best quality, most comfortable shirts in the industry. We want you to enjoy wearing them.
EMBROIDERY VS. PRINTING
In print, letters can be smaller and colors can be blended more intricately than in embroidery. But embroidery also has texture. So embroidered logos have the added advantage of character, durability, and are much more eye-catching.
At Mr. Stitch, designing for embroidery – called digitizing – is an art done by skilled professionals. It can take most of the day to make a code that tells our embroidery machines where to place each stitch — and digitizing artists are well worth the expense. After all, they’re designing wearable art