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May 22, 2022 Quality and Creativity Wow, can’t believe we are starting the summer already..Seems like time just flies by!  I have been busy making up new dishtowels for the shops, and have had a quilt commission, so things are moving, ever so slowly.  What I am learning with each of these projects is that quality should never be sacrificed to quantity.  Every piece, every garment, every design must be carefully and thoroughly checked so the best quality results entail.  Otherwise, you won’t be happy with the outcome and neither will the customer.   An example of this recently was a...

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Well it’s been a very busy end of year.  Moving in the middle of 2021 was not a fun time with all the materials, supplies, and equipment needing to be packed, crated and moved.  However, now we are in our new home and ready for 2022 to be the best yet!   I have been busy creating Valentine’s Day gifts for everyone.   I finished many of the dishtowels and pillows, and am waiting on additional supplies to create conversation hearts to be embroidered on a heart shaped pillow.  I don’t have a favorite; rather, many of the towels are fun and...

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I am enjoying this new venture in embroidery. It's June and I didn't think I would be dead in the water so soon. However, changes in life occur and here we are. What caused this temporary lull? My husband got a new job and we are moving across the country. Yay! but that means we have to have the house in pristine condition, find a new house, and get everything unpacked to start up again. This time hasn't gone to waste. I have created some new designs for t shirts, found new designs, and have lots of ideas in mind....

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  Well, it’s been a very busy month in April and here it is already the middle of May.   As I worked on a couple of orders, I realized that this business is more and more about being consistent, using high grade products, and paying attention to detail.   My daughter is a real estate agent in Arkansas.  As a closing gift, I embroidered a package consisting of a canvas tote, wine apron, 2 hand towels, 1 dish towel, and a kitchen apron.  What a fun project.  It was a challenging in shrinking down designs to fit the wine bottle, but...

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I received my first bulk order this week and did the happy dance thinking it wasn’t going to be so difficult.  It was an order for hats.  I had sewn out the customer’s design on an unstructured hat and it was perfect.  I had previously sewn it out on a flat to ensure integrity of the design.  All fine so far.   When asking the customer which type of hat he prefers, he indicated that he wanted Richardson hats “because that is what everyone wears”.  Okay.  I sent him a spec sheet and asked for color combinations in order to order...

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