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Embroidery Logo Stitch Count Estimator

The following chart helps you to understand the Stitches in your embroidered artwork.

1 Square Inch: 2,000 STS
1 Linear Inch Satin: 200 STS
1 Linear Inch ½" Lettering: 500 STS
Average Logo: 2500 STS per Square Inch

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Tips & Considerations to Estimate Logo Embroidery

It is an easy way to estimate the amount of stitches you'll need for great looking logos.
  • Print out the grid below
  • Cut out your artwork and place it over the grid
  • Count the number of boxes it fills, then find that number in the chart
  • If your design goes outside the grid, estimate the extra grid space you need and add it to your original total.

Other Points to Remember when Estimating a Stitch Count:
  • 1 solid square inch of embroidery equals approximately 2,000 stitches.
  • 1 solid square 1/4 inch of embroidery will equal about 125 stitches.
  • No letter should be smaller than 3/16" each letter 1/4" in height equals about 100 stitches.
  • Drop shadows in your logo will translate to 200 extra stitches per inch.
  • Straight lines under logos typically require 200 extra stitches per inch.
  • Fabrics, colors, and artwork detail will affect the amount of stitches.
Embroidery Logo Stitch Count Estimator Chart

Note: Due to difference in computers and printers, the size of the grid may be distorted when you print it out. Be sure to check that 1-inch squares actually measure 1 inch on your printout (do the same for 1/4-inch squares). If such a size distortion occurs, you can scale your printout of the grid to a more accurate size using a photocopier.

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