Machine embroidery allows you to add long-lasting logos, crests, and bespoke designs to your clothing or accessories. This is ideal if you want to create professional work uniforms for your staff or high-quality kits for your sports team.

Computerized machine embroidery is controlled by a computer. These industrial and commercial embroidery machines, like the ones we use here at 11 Studio Prints, have a hooping or framing system that holds a fabric's embroidery area taut under the sewing needles. The area is then moved automatically by the machine to create the design from a pre-programmed digital embroidery pattern.

11 Studio Prints has the capacity to create designs up to 15 color thread at a time.

What does embroidered mean?

If an accessory or piece of clothing is embroidered, this means patterns have been sewn onto it with thread. This can be for practical or decorative purposes: for example, a business owner might want to have their company's logo embroidered on their staff's polo shirts.

Digitizing artwork for embroidery.

Embroidery digitization is the process of converting an existing piece of artwork, such as a company logo, into a stitch file that an embroidery machine can then read and use to replicate the design on a garment.

There is one time cost for the embroidery digitizing fee to get the image into the machine. Price varies depending the complexity of the logo and it starts at $15-$20 for simple/medium complexity designs.
Our embroidery cost starts at $10.00 minimum then $1.00 additional for every 1000 stitches.
Ex. item with 12000 stitches = Cost $12.00 plus cost of the garment(hat, polo shirt, patch, hoodie etc.)
Additional cost apply for more complex designs ex. 3D puff, appliqué.


We do not require minimums on embroidery. We can work with 1 garment or 1000 items.
Turnaround depends on the complexity of the design, the size and the quantity of the items.