When I was a little girl, I loved to sit next to my Grandmother and watch her bring her hand-drawn patterns into life. However, embroidery was not the only thing in my mind. I spent most of my freetime with crafting, I made jewelry from beads, various pictures to put on the wall and of course I drew a lot. It seems like I inherited my Grandmother’s patience and admiration for crafts and I loved creating my own designs.
The thought of picking up embroidery again began during the summer of 2020 when I was preparing for a wine tour with a group of friends; we all would have loved to wear matching T-Shirts with our own, custom designs and text. I offered to prepare these by using embroidery and everyone loved how it turned out.
The idea of turning embroidery into a business was discovered by my parter, Oliver. We created a page, uploaded some designs and we were excited to see the results.
We managed to delivere more than 300 orders in the first two months and our followers grew into a community of multiple hundreds people in just a few months.
We have countless plans for the future, but one thing is for sure: we won’t give up the uniqueness of our products.