Order costs depend on your product, amount, style, numbers of inks, logo locations and stitch count. Price breaks are offered depending on the units.
Call us or email us for a quote on your custom project. We like to work with our clients to discuss all avenues for achieving the look they want while adhering to their budget.
The all important question...
How much does embroidery cost?
Personalize your world with custom embroidery. From monogrammed towels to blankets, ball caps, tote bags, and all kinds of garments and textiles, embroidery is an increasingly popular way to make something extra-special. Once the sole domain of sweet grandmothers, embroidery is showing up in everything from millennial fashion to unique gifts. You can apply a company logo for stare-worthy swag, create one-of-a-kind presents for birthdays and anniversaries, or personalize souvenirs for company picnics, family reunions and other special occasions. As we stated above, several factors affect the cost for embroidery services and embroidered merchandise:
The amount of detail in a logo or image. Big logos/text have more stitches which means they are more expensive.
The number of thread colors needed
The type of item being embroidered
The cost of merchandise that you purchase. Obviously high-end brands such as Patagonia & Nike cost more than budget friendly brands like Gildan & Hanes.
The number of items to be embroidered, which may mean a volume discount. Depending on the time of year we typically have a 12 piece minimum to get orders in production.
What is a digitizing fee and
why is it on my quote?
For precision outcomes, we at Boston Stitch use computer software that programs your design into our machines. When your logo or image is digitized, a file is created that the embroidery machine can interpret in order to stitch it directly onto a garment. Digitizing the design ensures that if you are embroidering multiple items with the same design, each item will be exactly the same for a professional and unified look.
Digitizing usually incurs a one-time fee because once the image is digitized, we can use it again for future jobs. The cost for digitizing is based on the number of stitches and thread color changes required to re-create the logo in embroidery. Typically they are between $30 - $60 each.