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Call us today at (559) 594-9444

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645 S. Lovers Lane Suite 4

Visalia, California 93292




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Epic Professional Printing and Promotional Materials in Visalia offers a wide-selection of high-quality custom apparel solutions to ensure you can find exactly what you need for any marketing strategy, event, or organization. If you are looking for a classy, upscale look, embroidery is just what you want to enhance your image and brand.


Embroidery cost goes by number of stitches, please e-mail us your logo/design and let us know how large (in inches) you want that logo to be embroidered. Unfortunately there is no way to provide pricing without looking at your design / image and without knowing how big you want the image/text to be embroidered.


Any image, design, logo or text that is going to be embroidered has to be digitizes first. Digitizing is like programming the needles telling them where to go and what to do, digitizing is a onetime charge as long as you don't make any changes in your design.


Unlike screen printing, embroidery files do not have to be perfect, of course the better the files are, the better the design is going to be digitized. Also gradient (color fading from one to another) is not possible.


Embroidery machines come with certain fonts already digitized in them, so there may not be no need for digitizing if your logo is just a simple text. The fonts that you see above is a list of available fonts. Note that a text that is going to be embroidered must be minimum of 1/8" height.


Certain fonts will not show on a fluffy fabrics such as blankets or towels. A thin font such as "Diana Script" will sink into the fabric and will not show. Lay a towel or a blanket flat, press your finger tip on the surface of it, you'll see that almost more than the tip of your finger sinks into the fabric and that's what happens to a thin font.