Friday, May 29, 2009

Shopping at the 2009 Specialty – Part 12 – CKC Embroidery

This vendor was busy every single time I walked past her booth. Even when they were not open for business, her big embroidery machine was working hard on items people had ordered. Their embroidery work was just beautiful.

CKC Embroidery
Sonjya Luke
P.O. Box 275
Monroe, OR 97456
Phone: (541) 556-5859
Web Site:

Sonjya Luke, CKC Embroidery, does custom embroidery on the items she had at her booth and the items she has on her website. At the specialty, you picked the item you wanted to purchase, then you picked the design you wanted on the item. Really cool!!! She has several stock designs of Berners or she can digitize your logo or graphic design. To digitize a logo or graphic is a one time fee of $100. Embroidery is priced by the finished size, including lettering. A 4"x4" is $15, 5"x7" is $30, 8"x11" is $40. Hats, t-shirts, sweatshirts, vests, jackets, etc. are all listed on her website with colors that are available and the prices. You will definitely want to check out her website.
Sonjya donated two embroidered red Berner t-shirts, one medium and one large, for our upcoming Berner-Garde Fundraiser.

Remember when you shop with the vendors to tell them that you saw their article on Joye Neff's Shopping at the 2009 Specialty series.


Joye Neff and Nicky "BG #38330"
(and Will)
Berner Fundraiser
Mt. Lebanon, Pittsburgh, PA

P. S. If you know anyone who needs to buy or sell a home anywhere in the USA please be sure to give me their name and phone number. I can help them find a professional, experienced agent and make sure they get great service.

It was difficult to get pictures of CKC Embroidery. First, they were right next to the windows. Second, they were so busy, you could barely get close! In the first two pictures, you can get an idea of the wide array of things you could choose to have embroidered: t-shirts, vests, denim shirts, jackets and so many more choices. I couldn't get a picture of the book with the design choices (too many people in the way), but I think they have at least 12 stock Berner designs, ranging from profile silhouettes to detailed Berner studies. To give you an idea of what Sonjya's finished work looks like, I took a close of up the embroidery on my husband's jacket. On her website, Sonjya lists her pattern sources, so you can go to websites and search for the Berner designs. They are: (three standing silhouettes) (Berner head study), and (one standing Berner).

Sonjya also had some pre-embroidered shirts for sale.

This sport chair is a really neat item. It is a light-weight chair that has a little fold out table on one side and then pockets on the other. Imagine how neat it would be to have it at your next dog event with an embroidered Berner and your name on the chair back!

Lynn Alvarez
Prospect Heights, Illinois
with Tobie, Monty, Lottie and McGee forever in our hearts

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