Embroidery Digitizing

Left Chest

Left chest digitizing is the process of taking an embroidery logo or design and converting it into a machine-ready. DST file that can be stitched onto clothing like polo shirts, hoodies, or t-shirts on the front left side.

Jacket Back

Jacket back digitizing is an innovative form of embroidery that creates beautiful logos and small details on the backsides and large areas across jackets. The backsides of such apparel are perfect spaces for showcasing your business’s identity, logo, or even large embroidery designs that feature small details.


The most popular decoration for branding caps is embroidery. With embroidery your logo or image is applied to your customised headwear using needle and thread, will provide a durable branding result as well as an interesting visual texture to your cap.

3d Puff

Puff embroidery, also called 3D embroidery, is an effect achieved by placing a piece of foam on a garment as it is being embroidered. When everything is done correctly the foam remains expanded under the stitching, which creates a 3D, raised, or tactile effect to the embroidered design.

Small Text

This is the most challenging part of digitizing. We got experienced punchers specially for this to get the text right. We aim to get small text great using normal thread and needles.
Sometimes, when text is really tiny, we ask our clients to use thinner needles (no 9 instead of no 11) and finer threads (65 weight or 75 weights). This enables us to embroider small text which many digitizers consider impossible.


Applique is ornamental needlework in which pieces or patches of fabric in different shapes and patterns are sewn or stuck onto a larger piece to form a picture or pattern. It is commonly used as decoration, especially on garments. The technique is accomplished either by hand stitching or machine.


Sequins are a type of embellishment used to decorate fabrics for fashion and other ornamental purposes. They are essentially glittering disc-like beads that are quite flat and come in a wide range of colors and shapes.


Chenille embroidery, colloquially known as “chenille” is a kind of specialized loop or chain embroidery, which is made with yarn, not typical embroidery threads – polyester or viscose. This embroidery method makes the pattern look optically thicker and more convex.

Cross Stitch

Cross stitch can be made on any embroidery machine. This technique uses placing the stitches in a pattern to achieve a picture-like look. Cross stitch is a great choice for various embroidery applications, including quilting and home furnishing.

Picture Digitizing

You can create awesome, real life looks using “Picture Digitizing”. This non conventional digitizing approaches embroidery, like an artist does a painting. The fabric is used as the main background color, thus drastically reducing the number of stitches required to make a design. The stitches are placed on the material in a pencil like manner, giving the finished piece a real life look.