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The Embroiderrific team was at the Bubbles and Bow Ties NYE 2021 Party held at the Ascend Prime Steak and Sushi in Bellevue, Washington.
As a small business entrepreneur engaged in embroidery, it is important to always be grateful to your customers, standardize processes and create checklists, know how to pivot well, create a “Charge it To Experience” expense line, and have a good support system.
This was stitched on an 8×8 in. quilt block.
A very talented friend of mine approached me if I can create an embroidered dragon shield that will compliment the Black Knight that she was crocheting for a Fortnite gamer. Check this out!
Have you ever seen an embroidered camping chair? We did an experiment/challenge project over the summer. We gave this as a birthday gift for someone very special. We stitched his name in the front and back of the chair. #personalizedcampchair #embroideredcampchair
Our creations travel to other states. This hat was embroidered in Seattle and was delivered to the North Shore in Oahu.
A customer requested for a special order of a hoodie and a baseball hat. She asked us to embroider the CHB logo on left chest and Cabin 3 on the right chest. We didn’t have the hoodie size she wanted in navy but we have it in royal blue. Check out our EmbroiderrificNW Etsy Store.
Last weekend, we traveled to scenic Snoqualmie, Washington for our latest acquisition. This Merrow MG-3U Patch Emblem machine will put our patch business on 4th gear. Its sole purpose is to finish the patch edges. Our Creative Director has been coming up with lots of cool patch design ideas. Now, we’ll be able to makeContinue reading “Merrow Magic”
40 fleece hats complete! 🙂 Thank you to Jim & Patti Broulette for delivering them to the Lake City homeless shelter. Special thanks to Nancy Cornwell, my neighbor and mentor who shared with me her expertise in sewing with fleece. The hat patterns we used were taken from her book, Adventures with Polar Fleece, aContinue reading “Hats for the Homeless”