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How to charge for embroidery
rocdigitizing
Joined: Fri, May 29 2009
Posts: 5/29/2009 5:27:06 PM
RE: How to charge for embroidery
Fri, May 29 2009 5:30 PM

heloiset Wrote:
I monogram for a children's clothing store. I do not know how much to charge, and no one I ask seems to know either. Is there a standard chart, pricing guide,or other information that I could go on?
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Patchsuperstore
Joined: Tue, Nov 18 2008
Location: Florida
Posts: 11/18/2008 10:05:52 AM
RE: How to charge for embroidery
Tue, Nov 18 2008 10:41 AM

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heloiset
Joined: Sat, Oct 11 2008
Posts: 10/11/2008 12:05:09 PM
RE: How to charge for embroidery
Sat, Oct 11 2008 12:10 PM

I monogram for a children's clothing store. I do not know how much to charge, and no one I ask seems to know either. Is there a standard chart, pricing guide,or other information that I could go on?


posylane
Joined: Wed, Jul 9 2008
Location: McKinney Texas
Posts: 7/9/2008 7:55:02 PM
RE: How to charge for embroidery
Sun, Sep 14 2008 5:37 PM

I think it is hard to charge by the 1,000 stitches. If you took something in to a store and they would not quote you a firm price, what would you think?

If you are going to have a tiered pricing scheme, I would go by size. Eventually that is how our pricing will go.


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popemb
Joined: Fri, Aug 29 2008
Location: China
Posts: 8/29/2008 10:53:24 AM
RE: How to charge for embroidery
Fri, Aug 29 2008 11:10 AM

Good question to me. Thank you!

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ButlerDigitizing
Joined: Fri, May 16 2008
Posts: 5/16/2008 12:09:01 PM
RE: How to charge for embroidery
Fri, May 16 2008 2:29 PM

The normal rate is around $1 per 1K stitches. However, it also matters how many pieces the customer is ordering. For orders of up to 25 then I would agree the price is around $1 per 1K stitches. However, if the order is very large the price can range from $.30 to $.75 per 1K stitches. There are a lot of variables.

Also, you should base price on your costs. Consider the costs of thread, electricity, office space, etc... And then determine the profit that is necessary for you to stay in business. If it is just a small home venture, you should still have an idea of what you want to make per hour.

The important thing is to create price breaks that give your customers the incentive to increase their orders.

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Gclark
Joined: Sat, Mar 8 2008
Posts: 3/8/2008 12:59:44 PM
RE: How to charge for embroidery
Sat, Mar 08 2008 4:15 PM

As previously mentioned, 1.00 per thousand is standard. There are no additional fees for hooping or anything else. Some have a minimum fee, to cover efforts made to embroider low stitch count designs like a name on a shirt. Typically a name would be only 1000 or 2000 stitches. I don't have a minimum because I am usually doing other designs on the customers apparel. When this is the case, I sometimes do not charge to embroider their name because it doesn't take much of my time. I just use the stock fonts in my software so it really isn't much of a chore. For example, a customer of mine wanted some sponsor logos put on one of his shirts. I had previously digitized the logos for the sponsor and all I had to do was run them. The total came out to be about 28 dollars and some change without his name. Normally I would not charge for the small stich count name but I told them make it an even 30. I might add that at some point it may be necessary to put a cap on the maximum embroidery charge. For large back designs they can be 1000,000 stitches or more. The market you serve will determine what you set your maximum charge at. The general public will not want to pay 100 dollars plus for embroidery. The sports market however routinely will. Hope this helps.


wendys
Joined: Thu, Jan 17 2008
Posts: 1/17/2008 3:47:15 PM
RE: How to charge for embroidery
Thu, Jan 17 2008 3:48 PM

do you also charge for hooping?


divinetees
Joined: Sat, Dec 8 2007
Posts: 12/8/2007 12:30:06 PM
RE: How to charge for embroidery
Sat, Dec 08 2007 12:31 PM

holland59 Wrote:
How much would you charge per 1000 stitches for embroidery?


The normal rate is $1.00 per thousand stitches.
I will adjust depending on the quantity of items and
whom it may be. Good luck.


holland59
Joined: Mon, Nov 26 2007
Posts: 11/26/2007 8:58:17 PM
RE: How to charge for embroidery
Mon, Nov 26 2007 9:01 PM

I'm just starting out and don't know the going rate!


holland59
Joined: Mon, Nov 26 2007
Posts: 11/26/2007 8:58:17 PM
How to charge for embroidery
Mon, Nov 26 2007 9:00 PM

How much would you charge per 1000 stitches for embroidery?