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Old 01-18-2008, 07:57 AM
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Tulsa embroidery shop needed

Anybody know of a good, reliable, affordable embroidery shop here in the Tulsa area? I plan on putting bucket seats in my Thunderbird. I'm also going to use the correct cloth to cover them. Since it's expensive, I'll need the embroidery work to be done right the first time.

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Do you mean upholstery shop to recover the seats or embroidery shop to put custom stitching on the fabric like the Tbird logo?
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Do you mean upholstery shop to recover the seats or embroidery shop to put custom stitching on the fabric like the Tbird logo?
Embroidery shop. I already know who's going to do the covering work, but they can't do the embroidery. There is a design on the seat backs that must be done.
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