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Qualities I Look For In Embroidery Shops Near Me

Posted by Johnny Battle on

Unless you’re near Douglas County, CO, you’re probably not going to find Johnny Battle Embroidered Logos when you search: “embroidery shops near me”. We get that not everybody might want to do business through the web and that’s okay. Nothing beats face to face interaction and having a personal relationship when you do business is the best. This is our last chance of asking you to maybe just give us a call and hear us out on what our online apparel embroidery can do compared to your local shop 😂   There are four main factors when it comes to...

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Adjustable Embroidered Hats: What are the Options?

Posted by Cannon Leatherwood on

There are many options when choosing just the right embroidered hat for you.  One of the first things that most people want to know is: "What is the closure on a particular hat?"  Let's take a look at all the varieties so you can make a more informed decision when purchasing your hats.

 

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FAQ About Our Logo Embroidery

Posted by Tyler LaChapelle on

Learn about some of the most frequently asked questions we get asked about logo embroidery. We go over shipping, minimums, threading, pricing, and more!

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What Are My Location Options For Personalizing A Hat With My Logo Embroidered On It?

Posted by Cannon Leatherwood on

We get this question a lot at JohnnyBattle.  While most logos are sewn on the Center Front, many others can get pretty creative in their placement.  I’ve even had a customer get 6 DIFFERENT signatures embroidered on ONE hat before. (Not recommended by this author)  But let’s take a look at some common placements and what type of logo would look best in that area. I’ll also let you know the dimensions we have to work within those spaces. Center Front Left Panel (when wearing the hat) Right Panel (when wearing the hat) Left Side Right Side Center Back (Fitted...

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How Much Does Custom Embroidery Cost and How Is It Priced?

Posted by John Erbert on

The most popular ways to price custom embroidery are by stitch count or simple one price per piece.  Both will get you the finished result you want, but with one price per piece you speed through the research and order process much faster.  Many companies don’t offer one price per piece, because they are always taking a risk on each order. If your logo is really big say 20,0000 stitches and they made an average price for the item using 5,000 stitches they could lose money on the the bigger logos.  This is why most want to price by stitch count so they know exactly how to price the job for profit. As a consumer I prefer one price per piece, because it is simple, fast and in a few seconds I can make a decision on what will be the best product with my logo on it.

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