Embroidered Shirts

Embroidered Polo Shirts

Polos are the most popular type of shirt we embroider, and there are lots of different styles to choose from. Typically a company logo is placed on the left chest area 'over the heart.' Other information such as personal names, company taglines, and certifications can be stitched elsewhere on the shirt. Common decoration locations include the right chest, both sleeves, and the back yoke, below the collar in the back. We can even stitch on the collar!



Click here to browse polo shirts suitable for embroidery. If you're a fan of performance fabric and are looking for moisture-wicking polos, including golf shirts, click here. And of course call (858) 571-0574 or email us if you don't find exactly what you want - we have more options available.

Need a few pointers on picking out an embroidered shirt? Find those here.

Wondering how much embroidered shirts are going to cost? Check out our blog post on this topic. 


Embroidered Sweatshirts

Embroidered applique sweatshirtZippered hoodies and crew neck sweatshirts are the two styles of fleece that are most commonly embroidered. Pullover hoodies are very popular, but usually full width artwork is desired. If applique (pictured at left) is within your budget, this is a top notch option. Otherwise, the more economical way of decorating sweatshirts is to screen print them.

Sweatshirts are available in classic cotton and cotton/poly blends, and an increasing number of styles also come in moisture-wicking performance fleece. Look for fashion-forward features like thumbholes, heathered fabrics, and sleeve pockets to accommodate electronics, keys, and other things active folks need to keep safe and close at hand. 

 Click here to browse sweatshirts that can be embroidered.





Embroidered Work Shirts


Click here to browse work shirts and other uniform wear. 

Embroidered Dress Shirts


Click here to browse some of our most popular dress shirts.

Embroidered T-Shirts

Yes, t-shirts can be embroidered. Thicker, heavier weight t-shirts work best, but many popular styles can stand up to having an embroidered logo applied. In fact, if you only need a few shirts at a time, and a left-chest pocket sized logo is the look you need, embroidery may actually be less expensive, and faster, than having tshirts screen printed! 


Click here to browse t-shirts. 6.1oz shirts (or heavier) work best for embroidery. Try to avoid shirts made of 4 oz or lighter fabric.