Veronica and Me Designs

Veronica and Me Designs does everything from the creation of the embroidery design (embroidery digitizing) to the embroidering of the actual items.  Mandy can create really unique items and bring your designs to life with embroidery thread. Beautiful personalised embroidered handkerchiefs, tie notes, robes and many other fabric items can be created for you or your bridal party.

 

 

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  mandy@veronicaandme.co.nz

Here’s a little from Mandy about how it all began:

“I started Veronica and Me Designs in 2015 when I was on maternity leave after having my first daughter, Veronica (named after Veronica Mars – my favourite TV show of ALL time).  I wasn’t ready to go back to work so I decided to create customised clothing for me and my daughter – hence the name Veronica and Me Designs.

As most businesses do, my work evolved over time and now I create custom embroidered items for all kinds of thing: weddings, fashion designers, clothing, businesses… you name it!

I do everything from the creation of the embroidery design (embroidery digitizing) to the embroidering of the actual items.  This means I can create really unique items and bring your designs to life with embroidery thread!

Each design that goes into my machine I create stitch by stitch using expensive, specialised embroidery software.  Many people think you just plug a JPG or PNG or vector file into an embroidery machine and it stitches but it doesn’t.  You have to tell the machine exactly where to stitch and layer colours and detailing in such a process so that they will stitch in the right order and way to bring the design together.  It’s a very involved process and can take quite a long time to create when designs have a lot of detail.  The process is called Embroidery Digitizing.

I often get approached at the last minute for customised items but they actually do take me a while to do especially when the designs take a long time to create.  We need a 3-4 week window to work with, just in case the blank items needed take a while to come etc.”

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