Logo embroidery adds a one-of-a-kind custom touch to any garment. Hobby clubs, organizations, small businesses, and corporations can all benefit from this type of apparel. It will help members of a company stand out at a trade show, identify various teams at a tournament, or give all the members a sense of belonging and solidarity, no matter what kind of group they belong to. When arranging for logo embroidery, there are several important points to consider.
1. The Quality of the Image Affects the Quality of the Finished Product
It's extremely important for the art submitted for embroidery to be clean and crisp. A detailed image with fine lines and small print will not translate well to embroidery on decorated apparel. It's best to design a brand new image for this specific purpose. Important points to consider are:
- Any text on the image must be 1/4" tall or larger
- Images should be saved as Adobe Illustrator vector files for best translation to embroidery
- The image should be simple and clear cut without a lot of fine details that won't be appreciated in the medium