Stitch Wizard, LLC

Here are some of the benefits of using a reliable and responsive embroidery provider:

  • Quick quotes: A good embroidery provider will be able to provide you with a quote quickly so that you can make a decision about whether or not to proceed with the order.
  • Quick turnaround: A good embroidery provider will be able to turn around your order quickly so that you can get your products when you need them.
  • Problem-solving: A good embroidery provider will be able to handle any problems that may arise during the embroidery process so that you don’t have to worry about them.


Here are some of the qualities to look for in a reliable and responsive embroidery provider:

  • Experience: A good embroidery provider will have experience working with leading organizations.
  • Quality: A good embroidery provider will use high-quality materials and equipment to ensure that your products are of the highest quality.
  • Customer service: A good embroidery provider will provide excellent customer service so that you can feel confident working with them.

If you are looking for a reliable and responsive embroidery provider, I recommend that you contact several providers to get quotes and compare their services. Once you have chosen a provider, be sure to communicate your needs clearly so that they can meet your expectations.

The recommended size for embroidery designs is four to five inches wide, but we have an excellent reputation for being able to work with our customers. If we can accommodate your request (and we usually can), we’re more than happy to do so.

Center Front is 5.5 x 2 high.

Digitizing is where we take your logo/text and create stitch paths for the machine to sew. This is not the same as having a vector file or cad file, an utterly different process is involved.

There is a one-time digitizing fee. Fees are waived on some large orders and some sales. Contact us to see if you qualify for this or to get a quote on your digitizing price.

A good sewn-out design all starts with a good digitized file. Your machine will only sew as well as the digitized file. Take a look through our embroidery gallery to get an idea of our quality. I put myself in your shoes. Would I wear that?

We stock around 80 colors, people ask what they are, and it is pretty hard to display them all; basically, we have all the normal colors and shades lighter and darker of each.

Yes, 12 colors is the max we will do per design. We could do more but come on. Most logos do not have more than 2-3-4-5 colors in them, so it’s never been an issue, really.