We will make this part easy for you. This page gives you a basic insight into what's required when it comes to your artwork, but feel free to delve off in different directions if you want to find out more.
Despite what you're probably thinking, embroidery is not much more expensive than other printing techniques - pretty sweet, right? It does require some set up costs, but unlike screen printing, embroidery prices are based per design rather than per colour.
Embroidery produces a high quality and professional finish. Although you may have already known that, we though we'd reiterate the point! We would recommend this technique for mid-high volume orders, breast positioned logos, uniforms or any other instance where you want to present a high level of professionalism.
Artwork type Vector graphics or pixel based images
Suggested softwares Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop
File extensions .ai, .eps, .jpg, .png, .pdf @ 300 d.p.i.
Maximum printing size Width up to 22cm (back) and 12cm (breast/sleeves)
Colour space RGB or CMYK
File handling tips
Preferably provide artwork set to print size (1:1)
If using pixel based images, make sure the resolution is at least 300 d.p.i.
Make the file with a transparent background if you want it to look cool!
If using vector graphics, please make sure all text is converted to outlines
What to avoid