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Taking my business to a new level!

Posted on May 24, 2015 at 12:00 AM Comments comments (1)

I'm taking my Embroidery Business to a new level with new equipment! I'm now a 2 head shop, with the addition of a 15 needle Happy Voyager HCDS machine last week! Brand new out of the box, I'm having lots of fun! Check it out  below!



 

 

 

 

 

I'm now able to handle larger orders on a timely basis!

 

 

 

Thank you to Texmac for the fine service and great Customer Support!

New newsletter sign up!

Posted on June 7, 2013 at 5:50 PM Comments comments (0)

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10 more days in Clergy Appreciation Month!

Posted on October 22, 2012 at 5:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Don't forget to treat yourself or your favorite Pastor to a new stole this month!


Can't decide what to get?  Ask for a gift certificate!


Blessings,

Deborah

FaithThreads Embroidery

Creating Custom Stoles

Posted on May 6, 2012 at 12:30 AM Comments comments (0)

It is such a joy for me to bring someone's vision of the perfect custom stole to life!  Often, the customer begins with a rough idea of what he or she has in mind.  One example is the recent "Southwestern Stole" I created for a customer. 

When she said she was thinking of a sunset, cactus, and chili pepper to commemorate a pastor's time in the Southwest, I began to think of designs which would fit that bill.  I first went to BFC Creations - I remembered a "window" design with a sunset and cactus - two panels from this window formed the primary designs for this stole.

For crosses and a chili pepper, I went to my other favorite designer, Sonia Showalter, where the cross of nails and large chili pepper were the perfect choices.  The last two designs came from Embroidery Library (Stained Glass Dove) and Embroidery.com (Bible with lily).

Combined together, these designs became a wonderful one-of-a-kind stole that perfectly fit the vision of the customer (see Amy's reviews - thanks Amy!) 

This process often takes considerable time, and emailing back and forth to make sure my vision meshes with the customer's vision.  When it clicks, it's a wonderful feeling!  I feel that the process is Spirit-led, and there is blessing for me in the creation, and also for the one wearing it.

Consider creating your dream stole along with me!

Blessings, Deborah

FaithThreads Embroidery



What better Valentine Gift than a new stole?

Posted on January 31, 2012 at 10:30 AM Comments comments (0)

Give a gift of love and appreciation to your Clergy spouse - or even yourself!  Splurge on a custom-created stole just for you!  Lent is just around the corner, as is Easter.  Check out my unique designs for any season, as well as Communion Stoles!

Religious artwork is always popular!  Any of my designs can be stitched and framed, placed on a pillow or a wall-hanging.  Don't see what you have in mind?  Contact me, I have thousands of designs to choose from, or can create something unique for you!

Deborah

New Year, New designs!

Posted on December 31, 2011 at 12:35 AM Comments comments (0)

As I close out the year 2011, cleaning up email pages, etsy shop postings, and adding new items here, I've been reflecting on the success of my business.

FaithThreads Embroidery has done very well!  I've so enjoyed creating new and one-of-a-kind stoles for fellow clergy, and creating something special for gifts! 

My goal for the next year is to create exciting new stole designs!  Drop me a note with your ideas for a custom stole!  Right now I'm brainstorming for Epiphany and Lent! 

In the meantime, pop over to the web store or my etsy shop, and check out the offerings I have in stock!

Blessings for you and those you serve in the New Year!

Deborah



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