Embroidery?

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Embroidery?

Postby CP » 12 Mar 2015, 13:22

Does anyone know of a company/website etc, that would be able to embroider over things such as signatures on T-shirts, to preserve them so they can be washed??? :?:
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Re: Embroidery?

Postby Moriarty » 12 Mar 2015, 15:11

I don't, but if you have a haberdasher's shop in your town then the owner might know of a seamstress who would do the work. Worth a try, if you can't find anybody else.
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Re: Embroidery?

Postby ladyplumber » 12 Mar 2015, 17:47

Do they HAVE to be washed - there's always "Febreze" instead ;)
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Re: Embroidery?

Postby organic chick » 12 Mar 2015, 21:34

Any saddlery will be able to tell you who does embroidery on horse nunmahs and rugs. That's what you need.
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Re: Embroidery?

Postby CP » 13 Mar 2015, 10:48

ladyplumber wrote:Do they HAVE to be washed - there's always "Febreze" instead ;)

After they've been in a mosh pit, believe me, they need washing! :lol:

Good suggestions, will have to find another saddlery as the one in Farnham closed a while back but there must be others around.

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Re: Embroidery?

Postby drfish » 13 Mar 2015, 17:05

Our local sports shop does embroidering. Not much use to you geographically, but perhaps a secondary avenue to explore.
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