Stitchworks Embroidery FAQ’s 

How much does the embroidery cost? 

Embroidery pricing is based on the stitch count (literally every time the needle touches the fabric). A higher stitch count means the design will be on the machines longer and will cost more. Designs with higher stitch counts are typically more complicated, but the size of the design is not necessarily an indication of the stitch count. For example: an intricate design like a crest, even at a small size, will still have a high stitch count.  

How much does embroidery cost?

How much does embroidery cost?

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How do I find out what the stitch count of my logo or design is? 

We ask to have the logo/design emailed to us at sales@stitchworks.ca; we will then send it to our digitizer to have the stitch count evaluated. Once we have this from the digitizer we will be able to quote your one-time digitizing set-up fee, plus the cost of your individual embroideries. 

How do I find out what stitch count of my logo or design is?

How do I find out what stitch count of my logo or design is?

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How much will each embroidery cost? 

Embroidery is offered as an added service to a purchase from one of our blank apparel websites. You will need to browse our online catalogues (http://www.stitchworks.ca/#!catalogues/c229t) and let us know the garment style(s) that you’re interested in. We will also need to know the total quantity you’d like done. Note: the garments do not need to all be the same. As long as the actual embroidery remains the same, you can mix and match between colours and styles as much as you wish. 

How much will each embroidery cost?

How much will each embroidery cost?

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Is there a minimum for an embroidery order? 

The minimum is 24 embroideries of the same design at the same size. However if you have placed an order with us in the past and we have your digitized logo on file we can produce smaller runs. 

Is there a minimum 24?

Is there a minimum 24?

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What is digitizing? 

Digitizing is transferring the logo or design into an embroidery file called a .dst. The .dst file is the only format that the embroidery software and machines can read. This file is quite complicated as it needs to know where the needle goes, what stitch type, which stitch underlay to choose, the colour sequence, where to trim and tie off, etc., etc. The file type is industry specific and you are not able to create this at home without digitizing software.

Digitizing is a one-time set-up fee so you will only be charged this once per design or logo.  

If you believe you’ve had your logo or design digitized in the past, please let us know.