Why does custom embroidered sports jersey take so long?

This is a question we get asked almost every day. It’s a good question and one for which there is a logical answer. Actually, creating custom embroidered sports jersey does not take any longer than it did ten years ago. Part of the answer is that our expectations have changed. With Amazon Prime and companies like Zappos, … Read more

More logo embroidered apparel available in tall sizes

It never fails, you are charged with purchasing custom logo embroidered shirts for your company. A quick survey of the group reveals that Joe in IT needs a tall size. So you think, “No big deal, there should be plenty of styles available in tall sizes that can be embroidered with our logo.” Then you go do … Read more

What is a stitch count and why it doesn’t matter

If you have ever needed to have a shirt embroidered with your logo, you have most likely encountered the term “stitch count” or “thread count”.  While technically they mean different things, in the context of embroidery, many people understand them to mean the same thing. Stitch count, in its simplest form, is defined as the number of … Read more

Why custom embroidery for your logo apparel

There are many methods to put a logo onto a piece of apparel.  Companies and organizations who wish to display their brand can choose from a wide array to ways to decorate a shirt.  You want to make sure you are choosing the right method for your company. Embroidery remains one of the top methods of logo … Read more

“What color logo shirts should we get?”

Ever heard anyone ask that question in your office?  Chances are you have.  Chances are , you have even asked it yourself. What you probably don’t realize is that the colors you choose for logo embroidered apparel have a strong influence on your employees, your customers and your business.  Science dictates that many factors significantly influence the … Read more

“What color shirts should we get?” Part 2

There was an outstanding response to my blog entry from last week about.  So I thought I would follow up with some information that I didn’t include last week.  Pretty interesting stuff.  It certainly makes you think twice about the color choices you make. Can color improve performance? A 2009 University of British Columbia study … Read more