Personalisation In Detail: Logo Lettering

The Small Print

You may have read about the benefits of print and embroidery but for more information about the size of writing on your logo design it is worth noting the limitations of some fonts.

Our in house expert Simon will always optimize your design with a number of clever tricks, but for designs that are unusually large or small, things get a little more tricky. So to be sure that your logo writing is eligible let's take look at the typography in further detail.

To download a to scale list of the 15 smallest fonts (other fonts are available) you can use PLEASE CLICK HERE >

You can also view the list at the bottom of this page.

In Print:

For large lettering, heat sealed print is capable of printing as big as the clothing permits.

However, for smaller letting, print can only go down to around 4mm small.

Print Font Examples
That is because it is impractical to cut out the "counter" - that is the space/area/hole inside a letter that is enclosed by the letter itself, for instance: A, a, B, b, D, d, e, g, etc.

(Basically, all the letters we colour in on a piece of paper when we're bored.)

In Embroidery:

Here things get a little more complicated as different fonts and thread thicknesses, dictate the minimum heights of lettering.

For instance, from the smallest 15 fonts you can choose, the minimum height each can go down to varies: Paramount 4mm (4.0mm), Arial Bold 5mm (4.7mm) and Brush 8mm (8.9mm).

That means if your logo contained text written in a Brush 8mm font and you wanted it to appear as small as 4mm on your piece of clothing, it wouldn't be possible.

However, we will always try to match your font with the closest font we have available and send you a proof of it, in order to get the text as close to the original design as we can.

To download a to scale list of the 15 smallest fonts (other fonts are available) you can use and their sizing details PLEASE CLICK HERE >

Embroidery Font Examples
Wray Bros has hundreds of fonts to choose from which will almost certainly match the font used for your logo, however, in the unlikely event that you would like to use a specific font which we don't have you can simply send the file to us and we will upload it to our system for your design.

Admittedly, all this information can seem a bit overcomplicated and in the large majority of cases it will not be needed. It is simply here for those who may benefit. Below is a list of the smallest 15 fonts available for embroidery:

To download a to scale list of the 15 smallest fonts (other fonts are available) you can use PLEASE CLICK HERE >

Embroidery Font Examples