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  • Rev That Engine: Getting from Classic Car Photos to Custom Embroidered Jackets
    A customer recently called asking us if we could create custom embroidered jackets for his car club.  Of course we said we would love to do that, and we just needed to see the club’s logo in order to provide an estimate.  “Well, that’s where there’s a problem,” he said.  “We don’t have a logo; we just have some photos ...<a href="https://iminstitches.com/2017/rev-that-engine-getting-from-classic-c...
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  • Getting from Concept to Custom Patches in Five Days
    “How quickly can I get some custom patches made?” is a question we commonly get. We had a customer contact us and explain that he needed 20 patches within five days.  We asked for art to estimate the job.  The only art available initially was this.  While we are sometimes able to work some magic with the art customers supply, ...<a href="https://iminstitches.com/2017/getting-from-concept-to-custom...
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  • Mixing Screen Printing Techniques for Effect and Budget
    We were contacted about a potential embroidery or screen printing job by a Home Depot store near Tacoma, WA.  The store had won a regional sales award and the manager was was looking for a way to recognize and reward its 150+ employees when the store was to be visited by senior executives. We started off talking about embroidered sports ...<a href="https://iminstitches.com/2016/mixing-screen-print...
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  • Constraints and Pragmatism Related to Embroidered Luggage and Travel Bags
    We had an inquiry from a potential client in New York about embroidered luggage.  This person asked why every shop he had contacted had said it could not be done while we have a blog post that talks about how it is possible to embroider luggage.  He supplied the photo featured above. Why this cannot be successfully accomplished is actually a two ...<a href="https://iminstitches.com/2016/constraint...
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  • Top Five Indicators You Should Avoid THAT Embroidery Shop
    NUMBER 5:  The embroidery shop is aligned with a single supplier. One of the top suppliers to the embroidery and screen printing world offers a nice service to decorators like us.  They are eager to help new decorators get off the ground and will help the decorator build a “custom” website with a full catalog.  Want to know how to spot one of ...<a href="https://iminstitches.com/2016/top-five-indi...
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  • How Cold Weather Logowear Can Expose Your Embroidery Shop’s Priorities
    The image above shows different beanies embroidered with the logo of one of our clients.  If you were the client, which one would you prefer? When most people think of workwear embroidery, they usually think in terms of embroidered caps, shirts, and jackets.  Caps, shirts, and jackets are a relatively easy medium with which to work.  Most embroidery shops with decent ...<a href="https://iminstitch...
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  • Reason #6 why most embroiderers do not want to deal with a garment you bring to them
    We have general policy to not do work on customer-supplied items.  As early as 2010 we wrote blog posts about five reasons why we instituted this policy.  Nevertheless, every once in a blue moon we will find a peculiar circumstance that causes us to waive this for a particular client. This holiday season, we granted three waivers.  “Maybe this time ...<a href="https://iminstitches.com/2015/reason-...
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  • Compromising Your Embroidery Quality to Save a Buck
      Periodically we have to dig through a box of old stitchouts of logos.  During this process, we sometimes come across the embroidered logo stitchout we did for the Pointe du Hoc Foundation, whose original art is featured below. We always stop for a moment, partly to contemplate the challenge that cliff represented to those troops, and partly to admire the detail ...<a href="https://iminstitches.c...
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  • Cap Embroidery at 2,000 X normal speed!
    This was one of our favorite embroidered hats that we have done.  It normally takes about 20 minute to stitch out.  Recognizing that you you don’t have twenty minutes to watch this, we sped it up!   //www.youtube.com/watch?v=aevMpRjR-U8  
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  • Is “Half-Assed” Work Worth 25% Less?
    Every day we take calls from customers asking for quotes for various embroidery and screen printing jobs.  We win some.  We lose some.  If we were losing all of them, we would interpret that as a signal that our pricing was too high.  Conversely, if we were winning all of them, it would be wise to contemplate raising prices.  We ...<a href="https://iminstitches.com/2015/is-half-assed-work-worth-25...
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  • Embroidery on Camouflage Caps
    When a customer wants a logo embroidered on camo caps, we’re always intrigued.  Camouflage hats are an interesting choice for logo wear.  The designed purpose of camouflage clothing is, of course, to make the wearer more difficult to see in a given environmental setting.  Guess what?  The camouflage patterns do a superb job of concealing certain types of logos.  Go figure!  So ...<a href="https://...
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  • Embroidery of a Full Jacket Back in Time Compressed Video
    This is a time compressed video of a full jacket back embroidery design we did for the Hoh Indian Tribe, which finds its home west of Seattle on the Pacific side of the Olympic Peninsula.  The design has more than 66K stitches.  At normal operating speed on one of our commercial machines, the full embroidered design takes about 90 minutes ...<a href="https://iminstitches.com/2016/embroidery-of-a-f...
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