Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Embroidered Shirt Color

Lets say the colors in your logo are green, blue and black. You can change the black to white so it will be readable on black embroidered shirts but white thread might not have the same visual effect. To avoid possible problems have your logo set-up on a light and a dark background. Consider the shirt color to be one of the colors in a design that alternates with another color in your logo if that color is used as the shirt color. For example, your logo colors are red, black and yellow embroidered on white shirts. If you want yellow shirts substitute white thread for yellow in your logo and you maintain your colors. Always proof your logo colors against the shirt color before your shirts are embroidered and you won't have any surprises.

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