Digitizing a corporate logo for our company
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Today I am heading to one of my favorite places in the whole world, Las Vegas. That was a joke by the way. I CAN’T STAND Las Vegas but I’m heading there now nonetheless. The reason why I am going to Vegas is to exhibit at the trade show called Supply Side West. Our family business is a manufacturer of effervescent tablets, and this is the show that connects manufacturers with people who need products made. The upside is there are a number of ingredient vendors at the show, so you get to do a lot of taste testing of weird and interesting things.
In getting ready for the show I had boasted that I could digitize and stitch out our logo on some shirts and sweaters to wear at the big event. Big mistake – because I did not even start this project until 24 priors until my departure.
The digitizing and the test stitching went fine. For all of the text besides the logo I used the standard typeface available in my embroidery software. I believe it is a sans serif typeface like Verdana. To digitize the logo part I use the block digitizing tool. The bubbles in the background are a triple stitch outline.
I am a little nervous about switching out the design on an item of clothing. But being that I’m leaving for Vegas in matter of hours, I guess I will just jump in with both feet.