Everything you Need to Know about Embroidery Supplies with Kristine Shreve
Please find some links and notes from the 2 Regular Guys Podcast. This week we welcome back friend of the show, Kristine Shreve from EnMart to explore the world of Embroidery Supplies. Admittedly Embroidery is an area of weakness from the 2 Regular Guys, so we are fortunate to have experts we can call on to get you details you need to know. We will talk bobbins, threads and backers oh my! Tune in to learn what your embroidery business needs to be successful after you have purchased that embroidery machine.
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Everything you Need to Know about Embroidery Supplies
- First give us a little history of your company and the supplies you offer.
@2RegularGuys @EnMartian @ErichCampbell – Guidelines on what consumables to use related to the embroidery design / material embroidering on
— Andrea Bommarito (@EmbroideryNerd) September 16, 2015
- As a complete Newbie in Embroidery let’s start off with Thread. What are some things embroiderers should know about thread and choosing the right thread for them?
@2RegularGuys @EnMartian @EmbroideryNerd thread storage best practices — Erich Campbell (@ErichCampbell) September 16, 2015
- How about other supplies that are common consumable items like bobbins and backing? What tips and info do you have about those?
- So of all the supplies you offer, what is the most underrated item that you wish more people took advantage of?
- What is the biggest mistake you see with people and the embroidery supplies they choose?
Kristine Shreve has been Director of Marketing for EnMart and Ensign Emblem for the past 9 years. She created and writes both the EmbroideryTalk and the SubliStuff blogs for EnMart, and maintains social media presences for the company on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Pinterest where she is known as EnMartian.
Kristine also writes the DecQuorum blog and the Ask an Expert column for Stitches Magazine, as well as articles on social media and garment decoration for Printwear Magazine and Engraver’s Journal. She is a member of the Stitches Power 75 and an ASBPE gold medal award winner for her Ask an Expert column and her Decquorum blog.
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