Register Login Talk To Us
YouTubeOur BlogTwitterFacebook

The Green Thread

Tips & Tricks for better embroidery & digitizing

Live Chat Now

Posts Tagged ‘customer service’

Year in Review, Week 2

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

Happy Tuesday!

Are you ready for another Customer Design Spotlight?!

In reviewing 2011, this week’s spotlight reflects on a design we digitized in October of this year. The design was sewed out by Kristine Goodman at Kris’ Korner Klothing & Krafts.


The logo was a 2.5 x 2.5 left chest design, resulting in 13,165 stitches.

Kristine says of this design, “Excellent job!”

Check out the finished product below:

And on the target fabric:


Interested in seeing your design in the spotlight? Send us a picture of your sewout to for a chance to showcase your design!

Year in Review, Week 1

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

Happy December, everyone!

This year has most certainly flown by, and we here at Edigitize are so excited for the new year that we are about to encounter in a matter of weeks! But before we get too excited about things to come, we want to take this last month of 2011 and reflect on the past year. To do this, we have selected 5 designs that we have digitized over this past year which we and our customers think turned out especially great!

Here’s how it works: Every Tuesday during the month of December, we’ll be spotlighting a fabulous design we had the privilege of digitizing during this past year.

To kick things off, we actually have a design that was done exactly 1 year ago! One of the highlights of our job is getting to see all the different designs placed by our customers around the country and world, including some really neat military logos! This week’s design spotlight was embroidered by Debbie Reis at Embroidery to Go. This design took almost 2 full days to be digitized, resulting in 339,205 stitches. Debbie said the sew-out took 9.5 hours, and amazingly, this beautiful jacket back design sewed out great the very first time, with no major issues! It was sewn out on a jacket back to be given as a Christmas gift. (Needing any last minute Christmas gift ideas?).


Here’s a glimpse at the process unfolding:


Interested in seeing your design in the spotlight? Email your sewout photo(s) to for a chance to be showcased!

Happy Halloween!

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Hello Edigitize friends!

It seems like the year just started, and yet Halloween is right around the corner! The question on everyone’s mind right now, whether young or old, is “what should I be for Halloween this year?” There are so many options out there, and the costumes seem to get wilder every year. Buying your costume certainly makes things easier, but it also means you run the risk of being a duplicate. And let’s face it – no one wants to be matching, especially on Halloween.

So the other alternative is to make your own costume. This is definitely the more time consuming option, but it allows your creative juices to flow freely – something we really love here at Edigitize!

In fact, one of our very own – Kristin Lamb, the Production Manager here at Edigitize – has opted to get creative with her Halloween costume this year. In fact, she actually had some artwork digitized by yours truly, Edigitize, and embroidered by one of our favorite customers in Tulsa, Peabody & Kent Designs.

Kristin Lamb (Edigitize Production Manager) with Preston from Peabody & Kent Designs!

Taking the costume idea from one of her favorite TV shows Lost, Lamb purchased a jumpsuit from a local Army surplus store, and then had her artwork digitized and embroidered on the jumpsuit to resemble the character Juliet. This creativity is sure to make her costume a one-of-a-kind this Halloween!

Can you see the resemblance?

What about you? Have you come up with any creative costume ideas for Halloween? We’d love to see pictures! Shoot us an email at and let us see where your creative juices led you!



Edigitize For:

Screen Printers
Promo Products

About Us:

Who Are We?
People We Help
Our Policies/Guarantee
New Customer FAQ

We Offer:

Our Proprietary System
Business Growth Tools

More Information:

What Is Digitizing?
What Is Vectorizing?
RSS Feed The Green Thread
Industry Links

Let's Get Started!

Register Now
My Edigitize
Contact Us
Support/Training FAQ