Last week we had a great group of girls come into the shop to learn about our embroidery service. The girls are volunteers on the fundraising committee for the Moray School Bank. They all take part in decisions about fundraising and participate in events. The girls are also part of a crafting club that create crafts to sell in aid of Moray School Bank.
The Moray School Bank recently approached our embroidery service to get their logo digitised and to get new hoodies and t-shirts. As the girls are all crafty they were really interested in seeing how the embroidery machines work!
We made an appointment for the girls to come into see the machines in action! The logo for the Moray School Bank takes close to an hour to embroider, so we thought it would be a fun idea for each girl to try out the machine by embroidering something on a hanky for Christmas!
The girls all did an amazing job putting the fabric into the machines, typing what they wanted to embroider and choosing fonts and colours. They were able to embroider their hanky from start to finish with minimal support.
We hope they all had a great time learning about embroidery and trying out our machines for themselves!