We specialize in machine embroidery, and we’re passionate about the process and quality. And we like to say, “if I can get it on the machine, I can embroider it.”
We collaborate with designers, artists, brands, and businesses to make their projects happen. We can embroider directly on apparel, hats, and fabric, as well as making iron-on patches.
We digitize and embroider all apparel in-house at our studio in Richmond, Virginia.
No minimum quantity required. Price breaks for higher quantities; Price chart.
One-time fee of $35/ per design to digitize any artwork or logo into the embroidery format.
Flat (e.g. shirts) and Cap quantities are counted separately per design. (Shirts & Caps cannot be combined for quantity pricing.)
1-6 thread colors included. An up-charge may apply to designs with 7-15 thread colors.
You can split apparel styles for an order of the same design and type. For example a cap order of 24 baseball style hats and 24 trucker hats. Total 48 pieces of the same design.
Apparel Catalog: Here is our online catalog from one of our suppliers.
Production: 7-10 business days after approval and deposit on most orders.
All artwork, apparel/goods, and approval must be received prior to being put on the production schedule.
A photo of an embroidered sewout can be sent via email for approval. Note: Vector art with logo specifications, dimensions, and colors to ensure timely delivery. Art sent in a format other than vector may require additional time.
Rush Options: If FEASIBLE for the project, rush options are available for an additional fee. This is on a case-by-case basis depending on the project, design, quantity, workload, and availability of materials.
Please submit art in vector format: .eps, .ai, .svg, .pdf. Outline and expand all fonts & strokes.
Non-vector art will require additional lead-time. Accurate re-creation cannot be guaranteed from raster images; .jpg .png etc.
We will match artwork colors with closest matching thread.
Please provide dimensions with artwork submission.
Text height minimum is 5mm. Any text smaller than 5mm may be illegible as embroidery thread. (It’ll look like little knots if it’s too small.)
Check out our FAQ page for common questions / answers.