The first step in embroidery is called digitizing and is normally a one-time process and requires relatively clean artwork as a starting point.

While, a business card, letterhead, or a decal will suffice as this artwork, camera-ready or computer generated graphics from a program such as Corel Draw or Adobe Photoshop result in truer finished embroidery.

The digitizing process involves converting artistic elements into embroidery instructions that are then loaded into the embroidery machine. The instructions tell the embroidery machine the number of stitches, color of thread and the depth of the finished product.

Case Embroidery offers digitizing services from our experienced in-house staff.

Pricing for Digitizing services is based on the complexity of your logo or art.