Monograms on Monograms!

I think Reese Witherspoon said it best.  “If it’s not moving, monogram it!”

I live in the heart of the south, where our cloth napkins are monogrammed, luggage, gifts for weddings and babies, even bedding, shower curtains and silverware!  Embroidery isn’t a quick afterthought.   It takes time, planning, patience and experience to do it well.  It also takes the right tools.  It can elevate a store-bought gift into something really special.
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Our diaper bags that are trimmed in ricrac or white piping are the perfect baby gift!  And don’t let the navy and light blue bags lean exclusively towards boys.  A curly vine monogram for a little girl in the coordinating white piping is gorgeous!  And a light pink monogram would really pop on the navy.  Our white pique blankets are the perfect blank canvas for a name or monogram! Paired with the coordinating bib and burp cloth, and it’s the quintessential baby shower gift.
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Also, graduation will be here before you know it.  And monogramming our linen bags would be the gift every senior would love to carry into their first years of college.  Choose a duffle, cosmetic bag and train case – personalize each piece and it looks like a million bucks!   Or for an understated, classic gift, personalizing one of the linen bible covers, and including a family bible is a touching, heartfelt present.
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I love to monogram or appliqué and I try to find a way to incorporate it into most of the gifts I give. It’s thoughtful, and most importantly, personal. And isn’t that what we all want when we receive a gift?

Skye St. John

Jackson, MS Sales Representative

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