Good luck and do let us know how it went
I am stuck as one of the logos was so boring in black and grey, maybe,and it could be so much better. there are 3 hoodies so I am going to ask if one is for a girl and can she decide what colors. Lol!
I would not use a sharp needle on any stretchy fabric to avoid little holes and prefer poly thread for anything and everything that would be washed. (I assume the 60 wt thread is for smaller text?) Also, because it is a paid job--do a test stitch test and get the approval of the buyer before stitching. Congrats!
I sent pictures today. Should I have i person confirmation? I did order the 60wt for the lettering. I think I thought about the job from start to finish. Please let me know if there is anything else to consider. Thanks.
Advanced payment (esp. if this is not a close friend whom you trust) and guarantee that the customer's mind will not change once you start production.
Wish I could help with this, Christine.....I do tons of sweatshirts and use the same needle and weight of thread for everything I do....all my needles are 75/11 but I only use Isacord 40wt Poly.......I think maybe the commercial machines act differently than the single needle machines. I have learned that I can manipulate the speed of my machine according to what result I want. I slow it down for text and run it full bore on other things, but on more delicate fabrics I will slow it down to do all embroidery.
BTW, congrats on getting this paid work!!!
I just need to find my stabilizer. I tweaked the designs myself! I just adjusted the space between the letters but I am happy with that!