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About Us

C&W Embroidery – The Perfect Stitch to Sew Up Your Market

C&W Embroidery is one of the nation’s largest contract embroidery firms, with 62 Tajima embroidery machines and 515 embroidery heads. We have over 140 employees and are a full-service embroidery company with state-of-the-art equipment and in-house digitizing capabilities to help create your logo or design.  The Company has the ability to embroider on a variety of garments, including, polos/knits, caps, jackets, sweatshirts/fleece, pants, bags & totes, golf bags, uniforms, blankets, vinyl panels and fabric swatches.

Product finishing capabilities include, but are not limited to, trimming, steaming, folding and bagging, tagging, sew-in labels, heat transfer, and heat sealing.  Furthermore, C&W Embroidery’s 65,000 square foot facility allows ample space for storage and shipping to individual customers and final destinations.  We also ship daily via UPS, FedEx, and other carriers.

Take a few moments to watch our videos to see our facilities, learn more about our services, and view samples of our work online. Even better, we invite you for a personal tour of our manufacturing and distribution facilities in Northeast Mississippi.


Tim Wiygul


Tim started in the embroidery business with C&W in 1998 after spending 16 years in the garment industry. He works closely with all daily operations and has seen the Company grow from 12 employees to over 140 currently.

Terrence Evans

Vice President

Terrence joined C&W in 2000 from a previous company in the uniform industry.  He has been involved in embroidery since 1994, with experience as a embroidery trainer and digitizer.  Terrence is involved in numerous aspects of the business, with a focus on embroidery quality, IT, and training.  He has been a vital part of the growth of C&W over the last 15 years.

Will Carnell

Vice President

Will joined the family business in 2014 from his previous position as Vice President at a Mergers & Acquisitions investment bank on Wall Street.  He received a BS degree from Vanderbilt University in 2003 and received his MBA from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School in 2009. Will has a number of different roles throughout all aspects of the business, including managing customer orders, customer service, new business generation, and quality control.


Digitizing / Tape Design

C&W provides in-house digitizing capabilities and has over 20 years of professional experience. Our capabilities and expertise ranges from creating customized logos / designs to editing / modifying existing client logos.

Contract Embroidery

C&W has 62 state-of-the-art Tajima embroidery machines and can crest over 5.0 million logos annually. We can embellish any type of garment and service any size order, completing most orders within 3-5 business days while also offering rush order services of 1 and 2-day turnarounds. The Company’s facility network layout enables machine operators to directly scan work orders, which ensures the correct digitized file is utilized for the cresting of garments and minimizes any potential for error.

Heat Transfer

C&W has the ability to provide custom heat transfer products on a broad range of apparel. Our industrial heat press technology provides high heat and pressure to bond the specialized inks / resin with the fabric, rather than merely applying a product on top of a garment. We can provide custom heat transfer designs sourced both domestically and overseas.


Upon completion of the embroidery, C&W provides an array of finishing capabilities including trimming, steaming, individual folding and bagging, tagging, sew-in labels, and heat sealing. Additionally, C&W ships to individual customers and final destinations.