Our services include sewing, embroidery and color heat transfer designs. The process from design studio to the machine and than onto your garment is a bit complicated. @WeSew4You we have the illustration and machine software to get you moving.

  • JPEG or Image file conversion to garment file with proof is $15.
  • $1 per 900 stitches for graphics, letters and monograms for embroidery.
  • No charge for multiple colors, plus image turn around is quick.
  • 2nd proof + enhancements to color and stitch detail are billed separately.
  • Print & Ship “Your Design” heat transfers $25 +tax includes shipping.
  • Heat transfer paper is $9 which includes print and adhesive sheet.
  • Designs to print to heat transfers are priced per job.
  • Need a design? Preferred design library @embforlife.com

Embroidered Patches or Direct Embroidery, what’s better?  An embroidered patch on average is a few dollars cheaper than directly embroidering your item onto garments.  The benefit of an embroidered patch is that it can be simply cut off and re-sewn in the event the underlying garment needs to be replaced. When the item is directly embroidered onto the garment the whole garment must be replaced plus the user may feel the embroidery underlayment that would not be present when sewn or pressed on.  Embroidered patches offer positive savings to your organization over directly embroidery items onto garments. Think about every uniform & name change, it adds up quickly over time.

Is Direct Embroidery Bad?  No, direct embroidery is not bad, but your design is final as it relates to everything, the design itself, the clothing and the time to replace and re-stitch and at time more affordable solutions will accomplish the same goals. @WeSew4You.com You decide what is best for you!

ZipperApparel is our custom garment line.  Source a Pattern from one of our vendors. Pay for the Pattern and the material and we will sew it for you for $60! If you want to purchase more, we add a cost of $30 onto every yard of fabric it takes to make your garment.  This includes our labor and all sewing materials.  Most garments take 1-2 yards of material to produce.