Embroidery machines whirring

It’s a beautiful crisp autumn day here in Salem, Oregon and the embroidery machines are whirring away.

Here is a beautiful rendition of an elk Jolene did for the McKenzie River Ranger District. Did you know that we use macro photography when we show you these embroidery samples because most of them are so small in real life. You’d have to use a magnifying glass to see them in real life this up close and personal.

Photography this close shows off every eensy-weensy imperfection, which at some level may not be a smart thing to do. But if you don’t see other companies show you the zoomed in shots, it might be because they’re afraid to show their quality. We aren’t afraid because we strive for the best quality.

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