7 Tips for creating custom logo designs from EmbroideryStudio software lettering
EmbroideryStudio e4.5 Designing provides exclusive tools for creating professional quality embroidery designs. With over 220 professionally digitised fonts, Wilcom’s premium software delivers precise and reliable lettering every time.
Clients don’t always have logos, or hosted events don’t have graphically designed logos. This means that experienced digitizers tend to create their own embroidery logo, which is time-consuming and often costly.
Combining powerful automatic lettering tools along with other standard embroidery tools in EmbroideryStudio e4.5 will help to create these unique logo designs much faster. You could even choose to create a secondary logo for embroidery use only.
Here are 7 ways to create impressive logos using software lettering
Select a typeface that represents the style you are after, from sports to fashion. The potential is endless. Now enlarge it!
Tip: Always check minimum and maximum size recommendations for best-embroidered results.
Automatically apply Lettering Baselines or Lettering Art to quickly manipulates the letters.
Tip: Gently curve letters to a line or fit them inside a shape. Importantly, the letters remain editable, the same as standard lettering.
Combine any of Wilcom’s 560 sample logo designs with letters.
Tip: For example, select a sports ball or butterfly for an interesting addition. All sample designs are saved in EmbroideryStudio’s clipart folder or your Design Library.
Rather than letters, use numbers or dates for greater impact.
Tip: Use large numbers or the year to represent something important
Add smaller letters to complete your design. For example, 'Established 1839 '
Use personalization! Quickly create one design with multiple names and let the software re-sequence for optimal production.
‘Team Names’ is an exclusive feature in EmbroideryStudio e4.5 Designing.
No limits! 159 characters are included in all Wilcom ESA lettering for any & all requirement !@#$%
See how Wilcom’s in-house digitizers use the new Yale faux Chenille font to create a cool Gin & Tonic logo and an angry face emoji design.
The latest version of EmbroideryStudio e4.5 has 2 FREE Faux Chenille ESA Fonts waiting for you in the Font Library.