Embroidery is a craft that involves stitching pictures, scenes, or decorative accents on cloth or other materials using a needle and thread.

We use multiple computerized machines to do our embroidery, and can embroider up to 6 pieces (hats, shirts, bags.. etc.) at a time.

The process of turning your picture/logo/name into a file that can be embroidered is called digitizing, which is needed if you do not have the embroidery thread file already. Details about digitizing are found below. 


Every time you see a shirt with an embroidered company logo or hat with an embroidered sports team emblem, that design was "digitized".

Embroidery digitizing is the process of converting existing artwork like a company logo or team emblem into a stitch file that an embroidery machine can sew on a garment.

Before any design can be embroidered, it must be digitized. Digitizing is a complex process that is both art and science.

Digital Cutting

We use a digital cutter to cut your logo out of twill or vinyl to assure consistency and quality on every item.

After cutting out a logo in twill we will embroider the cutting to your apparel which makes for a very consistent and high quality look.

When a logo is cut out in vinyl, it will be applied using a heat press to ensure a proper distribution of heat and a long lasting application.

Heat Press

This is the heat press that we use to permanently adhere vinyl to apparel, or temporarily place name bars and logos before sewing.

Although we usually use our heat press as a step in embroidery and vinyl application, we can also use it to apply your own heat transfer items as opposed to using an iron.

An iron is not as effective as a heat press as it cannot be set to a consistent temperature, or be applied over a large area as easily as the heat press.