Custom Embroidered Clothing

Author: Angela Oliver

 Any business, team, group, or club comes to a point when custom
  clothing is needed, for whatever reason. There are some
guidelines that   need to be followed when ordering and
purchasing custom embroidered   clothing. Here is a look at what
to expect.

   Embroidery is a tried and true technique for getting
customized   clothing with a great look. For commercial
embroidery, machines are used   to stitch specialized embroidery
thread to a given fabric. Most fabrics   can be embroidered.
Cotton is the best choice, but synthetic fabrics are   also able
to be embroidered.

   In order for a logo to be embroidered, it must be put into a
special   digital format that can be read by embroidery
machines. The process is   called digitizing, and must be done
well for a good looking product. The   digital format tells the
machine how many stitches and when to change   colors.

   Most embroidered logos contain only about two or three
colors. The   reason is that changing colors too many times can
result in a   disorganized looking logo. Embroidery is priced by
the stitch and not   the color, so a simple logo is best.



About the author:
Angela Oliver is an author for <a
m</a>. Embroidery Authority specializes in custom embroidered logos, as well as heat transfers and also offers quality digitizing and <a href="">easy


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