We all want to be recognized. Whether we wear a polo shirt or a school shirt, it has a logo. This is where digitizing logo embroidery comes in handy. In this article, we will talk about the logo digitization process. How it works and how it is done. It sounds easy right? We’ll see!

What is logo digitizing for embroidery?
Before delving into the process of digitizing a logo for embroidery, we need to know what exactly a logo is. In the simplest terms, a logo is a trademark or symbol that we use to represent a specific brand or company. A logo defines the status of a company or business.

Like our names, a logo is the identifying mark that makes our company and our business unique.

3D Puff Embroidery Designs
The 3D puff style is quite expensive when you want to have custom artwork. Charges may vary depending on the quantity, material, and embroidery design you want on your hat. In the digital age, work is done through computer software and embroidery machines. However, you can also do it by hand. It is worth the effort. But, it is totally up to you. What you want and how you want.

Digitize an embroidery logo
Now, we will give you the details of all the steps to look for when you want to design a logo. In embroidery scanning, machines cannot detect general files. Therefore, we have to digitize our design or logo in a suitable file format that a machine can understand.

To give you an example, the jpeg and png formats are the most common file types for a computer. But the same file formats are not suitable for an embroidery machine. This needs to be digitized to embroider.

Embroidery logo digitizing formats
Here are some of the most common logo embroidery formats you may listen to:

(* .dst) – Tajima
(* .pes) – Deco, brother, Babylock
(* .jef) – Janome, Elna, Kenmore
(* .emb) – Wilcom
(* .exp) – Melco
(* .hus) – Husqvarna Viking
(* .art) – Artist Design
The list is huge. There are many formats on the market to digitize a logo. But, this will be enough for a newbie or even a skilled digitizer to get the job done.

In the world of digitization, there are numerous ways to accomplish a single task. It depends on skills and experience. However, one of the most complex of all processes is the digitization of logos or letters that you stitch perfectly on your embroidery machine.

Letter embroidery is common and a highly sought after service in the digitizing industry. The process has its requirements. This is because letters in hand embroidery are different from machine letter digitizing.

In this article, we will talk about all the letter digitizing techniques. To educate you in the best possible way, we will take you from start to finish.

Embroidery lettering technique
Embroidery is an art of making designs and patterns on fabric. Letter digitizing is a type of embroidery that is more complex than any other embroidery service. Let’s see the process!

Before making any design, there are some factors that we must take into account to avoid problems. The way you design will be the basis of your result. When creating embroidery lettering, the first step is to make sure you get the exact result on both the machines and the software. If you are a newbie, there is less chance of getting the same result.


For that, we have to play with the stitches and the size of the design. In some places you will need to downsize, in others do the opposite. But, it is not as easy as it may sound. Fabric stitching is a common problem for newbies. Even skilled digitizers must pay proper attention when stitching to avoid misery.


Draw a push line
Typically, the embroidery machine makes two excessive stitches at both the beginning and the end. For that, we have to draw a line at the top of the letter. Use the tool (input C). Left click and give it a value of almost 0.01 inch. The line is called “Pull Push Line”.


Merging the lines
Once we are done pulling the pull-push line at the top of the letter, we need to merge the lines. Select the combination option given in the upper right corner. Now (press G), the selected line will merge with the bottom line. It will merge into one line. By pressing G, we can also move or drag the line. However, we cannot edit the line.