About my embroidery process
All work takes place on one of my 100+ year old
hand controlled embroidery machines, not a computer
How I make a chenille patch
My design and fabrication process
1. Quote: Prices are based on the following, Embroidery size, design complexity, number of colors item being embroidered. I will provide a detailed quote with lead time once I have a design image and project scope.
2. Design: I can work with customer's artwork in most file formats and then print it to use as my refences while stitching, or draw original artwork (for additional fee).
3. Stitching: Chainstitch and Chenille is done in my studio on one of my 100+ year old hand guided machines.
4. Patch attachment: I offer patch attachment in several different styles.
Let's get started on your project
Controlling the machine with the handle underneath
My Studio in Atlanta
My main chainstitch station set up with my "Hero Machine" a 100+ year old Singer 114w103
My hat station is a Cornely BCH postbed, I also have a Merrow machine for vintage patch edges, and a Cornely A2 long arm for large projects, as well as a selection of blank jackets for purchase.
City of Decatur
Vintage Sewing machine
My chenille station is a vintage Consew 104T named "Saundra" after her previous owner, a 30 veteran of custom varsity jackets. I also have a Brother 10 needle computerized embroidery machine for non-chainstitch and chenille embroidery