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Fairy Tales Do Come True!

WHAT WE KNOW FOR SURE:
QUALITY EMBROIDERY REQUIRES OPTIMIZED STITCH COUNT

Goldilocks was onto something… and her principle is alive and well in everything today from machine learning to economics. Here at Ignition Drawing, we know what it takes to get every stitch count “Just Right” every time. With our decades of experience and ongoing, extensive training, we ensure each logo design we digitize is optimized to provide the best look, quality, and machine efficiency. Work with the experts so you never end up with poor coverage from too few stitches or get charged unnecessarily for padded stitch counts that cause puckering.

 

Ignition Drawing formulas create just the right # of stitches.

Fairytales do come true: Great embroidery every time!  

CONTACT THE EXPERTS FOR ALL YOUR DIGITIZING NEEDS

service@ignitiondrawing.com              www.IgnitionDrawing.com                  (253) 284-0733, ext.1

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