Merchandise with your business logo embroidered can have a significant impact on growing your customer base and overall sales revenue. If you want your promotional products to look great, there are a few things you should know before you have your business logo converted. Here are three tips to help you get your business logo ready for embroidery.
Provide a High-Quality Business Logo Graphic for Embroidery
Before your business logo can be embroidered, it must first be digitized. This process takes your art file and converts it into a stitch file that an embroidery machine uses to stitch the logo onto a garment. If you want your logo to look great on a promotional item, provide a high-resolution graphic to help prevent pixilation issues.
Select Solid Colors with Your Business Logo for Embroidery
If you have gradient colors in your business logo, it can affect how it looks with embroidery. The end result may not look as nice as if you had your business logo screen printed on promotional items. To help your logo look its best, convert gradient areas into solid colors for a cleaner design.
Choose the Right Size Text for Embroidery
The size of text in your business logo is crucial when it comes to embroidery on promotional items. If the text is too small, your logo will not be recognizable from a distance. Your logo text should be at least 0.25” in height to be legible. If you are unsure if your text is the right size, ask the embroiderer how you can edit your artwork.
Custom Embroidery Services You Can Trust
Embroidered promotional items can help your business stand out from the crowd. At K&S Sportswear, we take pride in delivering a crisp design for your business logo with our custom embroidery services. Call us today to find out more about our screen printing and embroidery services for your business today!