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What Resolution Should My File Be?

As you probably know, in order to produce great results you have to provide great quality artwork. Providing low resolution artwork may create unexpected results when it’s used in production.

File size for digital print, screen print, & embroidery

Unfortunately, there isn’t one size that works for every print and embroidery art. Instead the file size required is based upon the size of the artwork you’d like to print or embroider.

The rule of thumb is that you should provide artwork at the size you want to create @ 300 DPI.

For example, if you want a 10” x 10” print, your artwork should be 3000px x 3000px.

If you want a 4” x 4” embroidery, your file should be 1200px x 1200px.

File sizes for printed fabric products

Products that have fixed size customization areas like pocket tees, hoodie linings, and patch hats have standard dimension sizes. See the table below to get the artwork file size required for each customization area.

  • Pocket Tees (1658px X 2108px)
  • Hood Lining (4300px X 3000px)
  • Hoodie Pockets (2850px X 1825px)
  • Patch Hats (1350px X 1494px)
  • Patch Beanies (1350px X 1494px)