An embroidery work order is used to allow businesses who have machinery or the know-how to create custom embroidery designs, the ability to collect information from customers about their purchase.
Embroidery Work Order Details
Companies who offer embroidery services need to provide a work order for their customers in order to collect detailed information about a request before it can be approved. Unlike printed images, embroidery is the act of threading (stitches) an image or a design on to a piece of fabric. Because embroidery services can be expensive, customers should receive a sample of their order before the work order is approved for final production.
A embroidery work order should ask for the following information:
- Customer’s name, shipping address, and phone number
- Image of custom design
- Pattern type
- Font type
- Fabric type
- Due date