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This is a question that gets asked of us fairly often. It stands to reason, thousands of customers send us their logos for custom embroidered logo apparel. Sometimes a customer has not ordered embroidered polo shirts from us in a … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Free is one of those words that get overused in marketing and advertising. It stands to reason. Free is a powerful word. But it also makes for a skeptical public because we all know there is no “free lunch”. When … Continue reading
Probably once a day we get asked the question by a customer if we will embroider their logo onto an item they will send to us. It is easy to understand why that question comes up. Sometimes people have or … Continue reading
One of the biggest challenges we face when working to embroider a logo onto a polo shirt, cap or other piece of apparel is the fact that embroidery has its limitations. The physics of embroidery sometimes get in the way … Continue reading
At the core of our business, Thread Logic provides custom logo embroidered apparel for thousands of businesses and organizations all across the United States. That includes everything from small start-ups to large multi-national corporations. Included in that list of organizations … Continue reading
This is another question that gets asked of us often. There are a couple scenarios where this question comes up. The two most common are people who have a shirt they love, but it has a logo on it that … Continue reading