Custom and Pre-Made Embroidery

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Note from shop owner

Last updated on Sep 11, 2020

I am leaving Etsy. Please visit my website instead to order.

Thank you!

Alexa Torgerson

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Alexa Torgerson


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About Threadmancer

Sales 1,796
On Etsy since 2015

Welcome to my humble Minnesota shop!

No inspirational story here! I just kinda do stuff.

I obtained a small machine in early 2015, and now I have a big machine and fully functional software. So... I think things are goin' pretty well!

I have three cats, five chickens, and one corn snake. My fav food is buttered noodles, and I make excellent hot chocolate.

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  • Alexa Wilson


    My name is Alexa and I'm 26. I'm the owner and sole creator at my shop, Threadmancer. I've been doing embroidery for almost four. My goals for my work are to partner with artists for original works while still taking custom requests.

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Last updated on Oct 15, 2019
Frequently asked questions
Wholesale availability

Wholesale available. Please contact me via etsy conversation for information. Minimum order of 20. Wholesale ONLY available for resellers. Must provide business information.

Care instructions

Be careful when washing items with patches ironed on. Always use cold water, and a gentle cycle. Spot clean or hand wash garment if possible.

Iron-on Instructions

1. Prewash the item you are placing the patch on without fabric softeners.

2. Place patch, adhesive side down, in desired position on top of garment.

3. Press and hold medium-heat iron for 8-10 seconds. Do thru backside of garment if possible. Otherwise, make sure to use parchment paper or a very thin hand towel so that the iron doesn't damage the thread on front of the patch. Don't use a bath towel because the heat won't get thru it properly.

4. Let cool before touching patch or garment.

5. Repeat step 3 if necessary until patch is secured.

6. (Optional) You may machine sew over edges of patch to secure. The backing can be a little hard to get thru, but it can be done.