Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost?

Embroidery - The best thing to do is get a quote based upon the design, garment, location on garment, number ordered, and number of thread colors.  Prices vary frequently based upon thread count.  The average left chest logo is about $6.50 (a stock design, text, and/or already digitized logo).  The average jacket back is $35.00 (a stock design, text, and/or already digitized logo).  Please email or bring your art work.

 

Pins, Patches, Heat Transfers – Are based upon size of design, number of colors, and quantity ordered.  Pins average $2.00 to $2.50 per pin.  The cost of patches can vary widely from $3.00 to $45.00 (for a full jacket back patch) and are highly variable on number ordered.  It’s best to get a quote for pins and patches.

Do I need to use your products (hats, t-shirts, etc...)?

No, you do not.  As a large distributor, we often purchase items at a nearly half the cost of a local retailer, but we are happy to use what you provide.

How much lead time do you need?

In most seasons, we need two weeks.  In peak seasons from Thanksgiving to Christmas and St. Patrick’s Day can be longer. 

On what materials do you embrodier?

 

We embroider on knit, sweat, t-shirt, fleece, denim, cord, nylons, vinyl, polyester, and many others.

Do you digitize?

We can have your logo digitized for a one-time fee.  We also have thousands of designs we can build from for no charge. 

I have digitized logo from another company. Can I bring it there?

In most cases, yes!  We can read twenty-four different varieties of logos.  It is dependent upon file format. 

How many colors do you have?

We carry over 200 colors of thread in our regular stock.

Do you embroider leather?

For thicker leather, we embroider on an appliqué and then use an industrial sewing machine to apply.  We can detach and reattach a liner upon request.

What is a heat transfer?

A heat transfer is ink that is put upon paper and then transferred to your garment with high pressure and high temperature heat.  In most cases, you can’t tell the difference between a heat transfer and a silk screen.  Heat transfers are much less expensive; however, we still can send your garments out for silk screening if that is your preference. 

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