Check out this great site for all your embroidery and multi decoration needs. Lisa has been building her business and skills for 5 years now from a small home machine to 2 commercial embroidery machines and a commercial set up for vinyl and rhinestone decorations. No job is too small or large. She totally amazes me in her talent and keen eye for design and color. From Monograms to High End Bedding. Jacket backs, logos and so much more. She has no fear and is willing to tackle complicated jobs most will shy away from.
Check her out at http://flutterbyembroidery.com/ She is also on facebook posting her latest creations: http://facebook.com/flutterbyembroideryandmultidecoration/?fref=ts.
Lisa aka Flutterby Embroidery is my Daughter and her studio is in the same location as mine her in Harrisburg, NC. Funny story about us. Lisa is actually my Daughter in-law. She was married to my only child Jason Lee Verrier and had 2 beautiful children together. I first met Lisa when she was 17 years old. After my Son Jason died in a motor cycle accident on Aug 17, 2008 Lisa and I became even closer, she finally began calling me Mom and I have to tell you as strange as it sounded at the time it was so very nice to still have someone call me MOM.
I have watched Lisa blossom in so many ways over the years, On that fateful day we both lost someone we loved with all our hearts. At the same time Lisa lost her job as her office was closed, she had enrolled in college and now suddenly she was a single Mom of 2 young children. With a lot of hard work and determination Lisa finished college at the Belmont Abbey with her 4 year degree in Liberal Arts with Minors in Psychology and Sociology. Lisa also became very active with Hospice in the Grief area of children. Both of my beautiful grandkids now 13 and 14 years old are happy well adjusted children as their Daddy would want them to be ( I know he is so proud of them and of Lisa). A year before my son Jason passed, Lisa also lost her Father to a sudden heart attack, she had not one really to turn to who understood and this experience told her she needed to make sure the children had all the help they needed. I could not be prouder of her for all that she did and I know many many times she would have liked to have given up and yet she pushed on.
After graduating from college, Lisa realized the kids still really needed her home with them. The kids were very active at school and doing so well. Lisa continued her volunteer work with Hospice taking care of people in the last phases of life. She then also started helping me in my studio with quilting. I bought her a small used home sewing machine with an embroidery unit. Well 5 years later you see what she has done with it.
Lisa now lives just a few minutes away from me, works from my home to give her a place to go when the kids are in school and she has re-married to a wonderful man we are grateful that the kids can call DAD. I now have a Daughter, We mostly do not tell this story because we really have become Mom and Daughter but sometimes it is good to know the story behind the person.
I hope you will check out her website and facebook and keep her in mind when you have that next project.
Thanks and happy quilting.
Lisa's Studio for Embroidery. She also has another room for the Multi Decorations.