StitchingSabbatical

Embroidery Patterns and Enamel Pins by Michelle Staub

Cincinnati, Ohio
1,000 Sales | 5 out of 5 stars

Buyers are raving!

This shop got multiple 5-star reviews in the past 7 days.

Announcement    All pins are also available on www.stitchingsabbatical.com

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PROCESSING TIME:

All enamel pin orders will be shipped out within 2-4 business days.

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CONTACT ME:

For any inquiries on commission work or any questions you may have concerning a project, my process, or anything else regarding Stitching Sabbatical please send me an email!

Michelle Staub
@StitchingSabbatical
Hello [!at] Stitchingsabbatical.com
http://stitchingsabbatical.com/

Announcement

Last updated on Jun 16, 2020

All pins are also available on www.stitchingsabbatical.com

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PROCESSING TIME:

All enamel pin orders will be shipped out within 2-4 business days.

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CONTACT ME:

For any inquiries on commission work or any questions you may have concerning a project, my process, or anything else regarding Stitching Sabbatical please send me an email!

Michelle Staub
@StitchingSabbatical
Hello [!at] Stitchingsabbatical.com
http://stitchingsabbatical.com/

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About StitchingSabbatical

Sales 1,000
On Etsy since 2012

Shop members

  • Michelle Staub

    Owner

    I am an 80 year old crazy cat lady living in a 28 year olds body.

Production partners

  • C&T Publishing

    Concord, CA

    C&T Publishing is a midsize, family-run, independent publisher of quilting, sewing, and crafting books based in Concord, CA. It was founded in 1983 by Carolie and Tom Hensley, owners of The Cotton Patch, a quilting and sewing supplies store in Lafayette, CA.

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Last updated on Jun 12, 2017
Frequently asked questions
My embroidery has some little pen marks on it, what are those?

I use heat sensitive pens to sketch out your embroideries before I stitch them. All marks are ironed off before sending. In rare cases during shipment temperatures can reach below freezing and the ink can re-appear! If you receive your embroidery and there are any pen-like marks on it, no fear - you can easily remove them! Simply use a hair dryer on a hot setting or gently pass over the embroidery with an iron. If you have any questions or concerns about this process please don't hesitate to ask!

I love one of your pieces, but the colors aren't quite right, can you customize one just for me?

Of course! Anything and everything in my shop can be made custom just for you!

Why is there a 4-6 week processing time on custom embroideries?

Good question! Not only does each embroidery take anywhere from 6-20+ hours to hand stitch my art, but I am also managing a website, living life, and working with other customers (sending them sketches, answering messages, etc.) There is also always a queue of embroideries to stitch through as well! If you need your embroidery by a specific date that's before the 4-6 week span I do offer a rush with an added charge! Contact me for more details on rush charges!

Can you make me a patch?

Unfortunately, no. However, feel free to create your own from one of my pieces! Let me know if you're wanting to turn your embroidery into a patch and I'll ship it without the hoop. Then you can trim the fabric down and create a patch yourself!

I don't want my embroidery to be in a hoop! Can you frame it for me?

I can't frame it for you, but I can leave extra fabric around your embroidery and ship it to you without the hoop! Let me know if you're planning on framing it so I can plan ahead while creating your embroidery.