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Custom floral hand embroidery on a sweatshirt of your color choice. Each shirt is unique to you! Seller will communicate to confirm thread combinations. Please choose: Shirt color (see pics) Size (unisex sizing) Generally the shirts will be basic crewneck sweatshirt style in Jerzees, Gildan or Hanes cotton blends, unless you choose the the BC which is the Bella Canvas option. Those are a very soft fabric that are more of a long and lean fit. In the notes, please list thread color choices (up…

Katerina Christodoulou
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One of a kind! This rust colored sweatshirt is sure to make a statement! It’s a perfect fall/winter color with a pretty flow of hand embroidered florals along the shoulder of the sweatshirt. This sweatshirt is hooded and has front pockets. The brand of sweatshirt used is Time And Tru. It is a ladies SIZE MEDIUM. Runs true to size. All hand embroidery is free handed & done by us here at Blue Moon! WASH/CARE: Hand Wash, Hang Dry. Please note that color of sweatshirt in photo may be slightly…

Angie Waiflein
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Embroidery has been around forever — the earliest surviving pieces of this craft are Scythian, dated to between the 5th and 3rd centuries BCE. Virtually every culture has some form of it in their textile art history.

Karen Templeton