FAQ - Embroidery

Apex Embroidery has been embroidering and digitizing for 12 years. We are a family business with three growing boys. We never auto punch our fonts / alphabets. All our designs and fonts are digitized by hand, each letter. We always use a nice underlay and density around 3.75.

Apex fonts are sewn in our store in North Carolina everyday for clients. We only sell what we use and love. We hope you do. Our software has the newest updates and is priced over eight thousand dollars. If you are not happy with a font please email us. We are trying to create the highest quality machine embroidery fonts in the world! We love to digitize logos, designs and applique.

Happy Stitchin,

Apex Embroidery Fonts & Designs

FAQ Category: General

The Fonts sold on this site digitized & Copyrighted by Apex Embroidery Inc. Fonts & Designs may be stitched out on items and those items may be sold for profit. The designs themselves are NOT to be sold, shared, traded or exchanged in anyway. 

1. Apex sells designs worldwide please double check your intent for the use of designs in your area of the world. Some designs are not allowed to be sold in some areas of the world for copyright and other legal issues. Apex does not grant any right or make any warranty with regard to the use of names, people, trademarks, trade dress,…

No, the designs you purchase on this site will not work on a regular sewing machine. You will need an embroidery machine.

You need to have an embroidery machine as well as the computer equipment and software you need to download the design to your computer and then transfer it to your embroidery machine.

FAQ Category: Downloading Files

All of Apex Embroidery's products are delivered to you via download as compressed ZIP files.

What is a ZIP file?

"Zipping" involves compressing one or more files into a smaller archive. This makes it quicker and more efficient for you to download your purchase. Before you can use your files, you must "Unzip" the file you downloaded.

How do I Unzip a file?

The process you will use to Unzip a file may vary depending upon the type of computer and operating system you are using. If you use a Mac, simply clicking on the file in your downloads folder should…