Take your custom apparel to the next level.
Simply reach out to us to tell us more about your needs and provide your design to get a quote. From there, our graphic designers will convert your design into a digitized file read by our embroidered machines. Your logo is then color matched in our extensive thread library. We run a sample of all new embroidery designs and perform a final quality check to ensure the product is up to the highest standards before delivering your order.
Digitizing Fees for Embroidery
$25 for new digitized file creation
These fees cover our sampling cost. The minimum order is 12 pieces for garments and 24 pieces for hats.
We offer three types of embroidery services.
If you’re looking for a creative way to promote your business, custom embroidery is an excellent option. It provides the opportunity for people to familiarize themselves with your brand and boost company morale. Whether you want to promote your business, advertise an event, or simply surprise your employees with a custom item, our team is here to help you reach your goals.
Corporate embroidery creates a unified look for your employees, making them stand out to your customers. When you send over your preferred design or logo for your corporate embroidery, we will work hard to digitize the design and translate it into threaded embroidery just how you imagined it to look.
We provide contract embroidery to several large apparel brands, including Nike, Adidas and Johnnie-O. We can provide a quote upon request.
We’re proud to serve Spartanburg, South Carolina and take pride in the work we do for local businesses. We are customer-oriented and completely dedicated to using our skills for your benefit. Please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss your needs and answer your questions about our services.
At Common Threads Embroidery and Apparel, we offer embroidery services for customers from Spartanburg, Simpsonville, Mauldin, Wellford, Greenville, Anderson, Rock Hill, Fort Mill, and Greer, South Carolina, as well as Gastonia, Catawba, Lincolnton, and Charlotte, North Carolina.