Did you know we can embroider on vinyl?
We just finished a sew out for our customer who will be building this panel into the back cushion for a center console chair.
If you have an unusual material you would like to see if we can work with don’t hesitate to give us a call. We love a challenge!
Day Light Savings time this weekend. That means more daylight to get out and get your fit on. Need some new gear? Alo’s modern fitness fashion will leave you wanting to workout.
But if the great choices don’t make you want to work out give your self a boost and embroider your favorite fitness or motivational quote on it. That should get you moving!
In addition to our new website (we hope you like it) National Embroidery / The Next Event is now on Pinterest.
We don’t have much on the boards yet so if you have any suggestions of who might be fun for us to follow leave us a comment. We will be posting some of the great items coming through our shop as well. If you see something from those boards you like you know who to call!
Something to ponder as you begin your week. Or at least to make you smile. We found this ad in the latest issue of Impressions magazine.
Did you know that Emerald Green is Pantone’s Color of 2013?
We’ve got plenty of items to help get your green on! And since the fashion world is already looking ahead to 2014 what would be your color choice for Patone Color of the Year 2014?
If you are not from the New England area you may have heard we got a bit of snow. About two feet or so here in Portsmouth. But power is back on, we are warm, and the machines are back cranking out goodies.
We sure wish we had some of these soft and cozy sherpa blankets to keep us warm while waiting for the power this weekend. Next time Mother Nature be warned…we will be ready.
The Town Of Portsmouth, RI (our home base) is celebrating its 375th Anniversary in 2013. And looking at their list of events looks like they are going to celebrate the heck out of the whole year. Check out their website for more information and cool tidbits about the town. Did you know Portsmouth original Indian name was Pocasset?
The Holidays are right around the corner and our machines are running at full tilt!