Embroidery or “monograming” uses thread and computer generated files to decorate items. The design is created in specialty software in a format that is readable by the embroidery machine. An embroidery machine is not your mom’s sewing machine. The item must be hooped (placed between a special holder to hold the item and keep it from shifting during the embroidery process.) The hooped item is then loaded on the embroidery machine. Once the machine reads the file, it embroiders the design. Embroidery is very time consuming and
most jobs are priced by the stitch count (the number of stitches in the design). The more stitches in the file the longer the item will be on the machine and the more money it will cost.

Our Embroidery Machine at Work