- Jacket Color
- Letter Color/Patterns
- Border Color (if applicable)
- Letter Size and Placement (Letters on the back of this jacket is the most common. The four inch letters are what you get on a standard Greek lettered t-shirt. The six inch letters are probably more common for this jacket.)
- Embroidery Color
- Embroidery Font
- Wording to be Embroidered (For example, if your name was Michelle, you would simply write Michelle in the box. Please don't include quotation marks unless you want them to appear on the jacket.)
Step Three: Add a crest. Click on the "Customization" tab again. You'll notice that there are two types of crests. The Additional Crest Patch is a separate patch that is sewn onto the garment. The Additional Embroidery- Crest (pictured above) is embroidered into the garment. The selections here are pretty straight forward, but I will explain what "Embroidery Colors" for the Additional Embroidery- Crest means. When you select this color, you are selecting the color of the organization name arched above the crest.
**If you're adding embroidery on the same side sleeve or chest as a crest, please make sure to write under or above crest in parentheses in the "Wording to be Embroidered" box on the sleeve or chest embroidery page as there is nowhere to add a note on the crest pages.***
Click "Add to Cart."
Repeat Steps as Necessary. Depending on how much embroidery you want on your jacket, you'll need to repeat these steps for each location that you want embroidered. Once you're done, check out as usual. One last note, if you forget to write things like "above crest" or "on jacket" in parentheses as notes on the individual customization pages, you can always write these things in the "Additional Comments" box on the check out page!
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