When it comes to embroidering a logo on a shirt, or any other garment for that matter, we are the best. Our attention to detail is second-to-none. Plus, we have embroidery experts on staff with over 30 years of experience. Our production staff will efficiently produce your order of any size from 1 to 10,000 pieces. So whether you’re looking for a full-service promotional apparel supplier or a project-based partner to plug into your business, Trophy House offers the services you’ll need at every level.

Digitizing Your Design

Before your artwork is embroidered, it has to be digitized. This is a one-time process that converts a design file into a stitch file allowing our software to communicate with our machines on where to sew. Because of the unique nature of stitching, sometimes small modifications have to be made to artwork before it’s digitized so we can ensure a clean embroidered design. But, we do our best to keep the design true to the original artwork if possible.

Precision Digitizing

Our precision digitizing process allows us to ensure that your embroidered logo will look it’s best when embroidered. Our attention to detail when creating the stitch path ensures that your logo will efficiently run on our embroidery machines. That means when you choose Trophy House for your apparel decoration, you can expect quality embroidery that will expand your brand.

  • Full thread coverage
  • No skewing
  • Clean lines
  • Quick turn time
Popular and Unique Placement

Need help deciding where your logo will look best? We’ve created this popular placement image to help you choose where your logo will look best. Let us position your brand in a fun way!

  • Left and Right Chest
  • Left and Right Sleeve
  • Nape of Neck
  • Back Left and Right Shoulder
  • Mid Back of Collar

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Some Things To Know

Artwork may need to be altered due to restrictions of garments including smaller sizes, seams and such. If changes are needed we will supply an alternate idea or suggestion for an effective application.

Artwork File Formats

We prefer artwork to be vector art with everything converted to curves. But we can work with:

Adobe Illustrator, PDF (vector format), EPS, Hi-Resolution JPEG (300 DPI or greater)