To produce embroidered goods the artwork must be digitized. All Pro requires camera- ready artwork. The higher the quality provided by you, the higher quality embroidery you will receive from All Pro.

Camera- ready means supplying artwork in one of the following formats:

Send the artwork as an attachment with an email message and please include the following information:
Sizing information
Color information
Reference Purchase Order number

General Sizing Guidelines
The following are general sizing parameters that All Pro
Embroidery prefers to use.

Location Sizing
Left Chest 3 1/2” w x 2 1/2” h up to 4” w x 2 3/4” h
Right Chest 3 1/2” w x 2 1/2” h up to 4” w x 2 3/4” h
Sleeve 3 1/2” w or smaller
Cuff 3 1/2” w or smaller
Full Front/Back 11” w x 11” h or smaller
Cap Front 2 1/4” h x 5” w or smaller
Cap Back 3” w or smaller
Yoke 6” wide or smaller

Embroidery Fonts
Embroidery fonts are different than those used in graphic design applications. Embroidery fonts are specially designed for digitization software. All Pro Embroidery stocks the majority of fonts, however, if a special one is required, it can be digitized for an exact match.

Tackle Twill
Tackle Twill is the computer coordinated sewing of pro-twill and specialty letters numbers and applique shapes. It is considered the top quality in uniform embellishment. Give all of your team uniforms an un-paralleled look and feel that will last years- not months.

Steps for design approval

Logo digitization
Sew out sample
Client notification of completion and price quote
Client review of sew out sample and pricing
Client sign off/ approval

The Production Process
Once the artwork has been approved, it is ready to be put into production. This is a very hands-on process. Before the process of sewing can begin, specific thread colors must be loaded by hand into the machines. The machine is then programmed by the operator to sew in a particular color sequence and speed. The garments must be “hooped” individually and loaded into the machine. When complete, it is sent to finishing.

During this process the garments are inspected for quality, trimmed of excess backing and threads, folded andpackaged for shipment. Customers can opt for anadditional poly-bagging service in which each garment is placed into an individual plastic bag.