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“Hi Lori, I hope you’re having an excellent week.
As this year comes to an end I am thankful for many great opportunities that came about during 2012, I want to personally thank you Lori and the great team at Sew Much Fun for your constant and amazing work.
I came into your store for the first time last year wanting to learn about basic sewing and stitching; at that point, I was new to the industry and had many, many, many questions. Lori, you never made me feel like I was a stranger and you never doubted my interest and potential in the embroidery industry. I knew from that moment that I had found a great friend and embroidery mentor.
Your help and vast knowledge, made it easier for us to choose the right machine for our business and today we are the proud owners of a Brother PR1000e. Our business is growing thanks to our new machine and our website has seen a significant spike in sales with all the new products we can now offer.
Thank you once again Lori for all the business conversations, embroidery and sewing lessons, and for being a great friend.
We wish you the best for the holidays and many blessings in the the new year!
P.S. I included a few pictures of some of our embroidery products made with our new PR 1000e 🙂
Have a great day!
Hector Sanchez, MGL Design INC
– compatible with embroidery machines
– preview your designs and fonts
– advanced user-friendly interface
– built for Mac
– recipes for fabrics and caps
– resizable fonts and designs
– design templates
– editing capabilities
THE PROJECT RUNWAY ALLSTARS SHOW RETURNS.
Introducing the new embroidery lettering software for Macs!
Wendy Doherty bought a 1500D last February and has started personalizing wedding, baby and sorority items. Her mother-in-law owns a wedding invitation business and works inside a wedding shop. Wendy started by personalizing ribbons to go inside wedding dresses, and branched out to attendant gifts rather quickly. She also started selling to family and friends on her FaceBook page. She set up her Etsy shop several months ago under the name of Sewcially Chic and made $2000 the first month!!!
Her site is http://www.etsy.com/shop/SewciallyChic Check it out for pictures, etc.
Wendy was just in and already looking at a bigger machine because she is about to outgrow hers.