Here’s what’s going on at It Takes a Stitch at the beginning of November 2018.
It’s been a very busy time here. I’m happy for all the orders and confidence in my work, but there just seems to be more than I can get done in a reasonable time. A couple long term projects that have taken a back seat have to be completed in addition to the regular repeat items, all those special things for my returning individuals, and a few new exciting projects. Unfortunately, I’ve also had to turn away some new folks who need things done in less time than is available or want priority.
My production schedule is essentially full from now through most of November and into December. This includes recurring orders. The cut off for Christmas orders will probably be necessary in early November. Please check with me on availability and turnaround times.
Welcome to It Takes a Stitch, the professional custom embroidery business of Regina Cassidy in Arlington, Virginia, close to Georgetown and Washington, DC.
It Takes a Stitch wants to make you look good with embroidery! Monograms, logos, custom lettering, large and small designs can all add a personal flair to apparel, linens, and accessories. Embroidery is perfect for gifts, heirlooms, promoting a business, uniforms, or just plain fun. Embroidery can even change that unwanted hole or stain into a unique opportunity to enhance a garment, linen, or accessory.
Special requests are as welcome as those for classic and traditional embroidery. It Takes a Stitch offers a wide range of colors, lettering, designs and products to meet your needs. I listen to your ideas, use quality products, and take great care to create something that you love.
Take a look around. You can see examples of finished work, font and monogram styles, products for sale, links to more products, and how to contact It Takes a Stitch.
Thank you for visiting. I hope you are inspired by what you see!
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