Occasionally we get requests from customers that wish to have their designs Fight for Lisa baseball shirt . embroidered in very small dimensions. this is generally inspired by labels such as Lacoste (crocodile), Ralph Lauren (The man on a horse playing polo) or Penguin (A Penguin, surprisingly). Unfortunately, many people have difficulty accepting that these logos are extremely simple in design and having these embroidered in small sizes is ok as there is no detail to maintain when shrinking them down. When it comes to detailed colourful logos though, the golden rule is the bigger it is the more detailed it will be and the smaller it is the more it has to be squashed in, text will become less sharp and overall, if it is a detailed logo it is going to look less sharp and more crowded. If your logo has a lot going on in it, the best way to get a good result is by keeping it big.
Fight for Lisa baseball shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt
When it comes to text only logos, embroidery can be tricky, particularly when it comes to thin text Fight for Lisa baseball shirt . Embroidered designs increase in quality generally when there is a large number of stitches in them and when it comes to thin text that is going on a limited sized canvas, they are generally a low number of stitches which can make thin sharp-lined text look almost jaggedy. Bold fonts provide less problems. How this will be affected is also based on the fabric that is being embroidered. More solid canvasses such as softshell jackets and sweatshirts/hoodies will have more of a pull that will be able to take a thinner text. Beanies and tshirts on the hand, provide a softer canvass that without sufficient pull in the fabric distort thin text
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Richy G. –
easy to wash and dry
nothing to dislike about the shirts. My husband is very hard on t-shirts in the shop and I keep replacing them so he looks decent. He gets glue, or gelcoat, or paint, or tears, or grease on them.
These look nice, washed nicely, dried looking very nice. Likely will order more.
James Ashby –