Embroidery digitizing is the process of converting artwork into a format that allows embroidery machines to understand the needle’s path and stitch designs.
Any raster image or vector will work as design for embroidery.
Our artists re-create every detail by hand before sending for your review.
We sew all of your digitized files to ensure accuracy and quality before production.
We specialize in puff digitizing for the best embroidery results. Here is a digitized file that shows the before and after results.
We are happy to help answer any questions!
This process is not automated and in fact, great digitizing is considered an art form if done correctly.
There are a variety of different stitch types that are used to accomplish different looks, textures, and more.
Watch how it is done!
The final size of the design must be considered. Not all logos that were designed for a print media such as a business card will work well for embroidery. Many designs need to be modified or simplified. Sometimes reduction of the design details might be necessary. Some elements such as outlines may need to be eliminated and small text may be enlarged and rearranged.
-Pictured is feedback from our customer regarding a question we posted on instagram-
Files need to be digitized for the appropriate fabric they are on. Stabilizers must be used on lightweight fabrics and push/pull compensation needs to be taken into consideration on stitch intensive designs.
Whether you’re looking for a quote, would like to solve a problem, or just want to let us know how we did, we’d love to hear from you.
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