# How do you calculate a stitch count?

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## How much is 1000 stitches in embroidery?

2020 CONTRACT EMBROIDERY PRICE LIST*

Number of Stitches 7 or Under Pieces 15-29 Pieces
Up to 8000 \$6.25 \$3.25
Up to 9000 \$6.50 \$3.30
Up to 10000 \$6.75 \$3.35
Each Addtl. 1000 stitches \$0.45 \$0.23

## How do you calculate thread count for embroidery?

Count the threads between the original pin and the second pin. If there are 36 threads, then it has a thread count of 36. If there are 25 threads, then the fabric is 25 count. Count the threads between the original pin and the third pin.

## How do you convert cross stitch to count?

Look at your chart and count the number of stitches in each direction. Divide this number by the number of stitches to 2.5cm (1in) on the fabric of your choice and this will determine the completed design size. For example, 140 stitches divided by 14-count aida equals a design size of 10in (25.5cm).

## How do you calculate embroidery cost?

For embroidery, the best choice of unit is stitch count. For example, your machine can produce from 20,000 to 30,000 stitches per hour, which means for 20,000 to 30,000, it costs \$20.67; so, for 1000 stitches, it cost between \$0.68 to \$1.03. Now, this should be your standard pricing per 1000 stitches.

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## How much does it cost to stitch a logo?

Once the logo is digitized a stitch count will dictate the price for the embroidery. An average left chest logo at 4” is usually around 5,000 stitches and can cost between \$6.00 to \$24 per item depending on quantity and complexity. The more items that are embroidered the less it costs.

## What is stitch count?

Stitch count can be defined as the number of stitches used to embroider a particular logo or design. The larger the logo or design is, the greater the number of stitches that will be needed.

## Is there a right and wrong side to Aida cloth?

Does Aida Fabric Have a Right and Wrong Side? As far as anyone can tell, no it does not. But then Aida cloth is rarely used to create clothing where a right and wrong side would matter. Both sides look the same so you do not have to worry about if you used the wrong side for your pattern.