A local option for custom embroidery?

embroidered picnic bagNicole emails:

I'd like to see if your readers have recommendations for a business or person that can provide custom embroidery (such as adding names) on items that I provide. To clarify. I would not purchase the item to be embroidered by them, but give them the items to be embroidered. I would be doing this on a small scale -- about ten items. I'd prefer to use a local business or person.

We're guessing there have to be at least a few places that do this sort of work. And picking a place that's local allows you to bring in the items and talk with someone face to face about what you'd like.

So, got a suggestion for Nicole? Please share! And sentence or two about why you're recommending a place can be helpful.

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I've heard good things from multiple people about this place in Saratoga:

http://www.claresembroidery.com/

These guys do a lot of local sports teams:

http://www.albanypromo.com/

These guys were great to deal with and did awesome work for me a few years ago on a custom logo embroidered on a canvas bag.

Wicked Smart, LLC

700 5th avenue | watervliet, ny 12189 | 518.459.2855

www.wickedsmartapparel.com

Diane is fabulous. I have used her services for my personal items and she does great work. She also has a tremendous offering of pieces on her website. She works out of her home and is very dedicated to providing exceptional customer service. Please give Style Circle Embroidery a try!

https://stylecircle.net/

Screen-it Ltd. on Congress Street in Troy does custom embroidery in addition to screen printing.

mercury is fast and has all equipment on site. They work with sports teams all over the capital district and nationally. Great service!

http://mymercuryprinting.net/

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