Saturday, May 23, 2009

Shopping at the 2009 Specialty – Part 9 – Pat's Embroidery

I just love shopping at Pat’s Embroidery. Pat Helmbold does beautiful embroidery on items. Since my Nicky was born on Christmas Day 2002, I collect Christmas Berners. I was delighted to see that Pat had a great Santa and Berner sweatshirt, so I bought it right away! You are going to love shopping at Pat’s Embroidery!!

Company Name: Pat’s Embroidery
Vendor’s Name: Pat Helmbold
Mailing address: P.O. Box 580
Mi Wuk Village, CA 95346
Physical Address: 23945 Crossley Way
Mi Wuk Village, CA 95346
Phone: 1(209) 586-6126
Fax: 1(209) 586-6126
Web site: none at this time

Pat Embroidery offers embroidered clothing and specialty items including shirts, blouses, sweats, fleeces, windbreakers and various other items like towels, throws, garment bags, etc. Almost any item which can be, embroidered, may be done on request.

Pat offers exclusive original designs by artist Mary Rogers plus other Berner designs. She also does custom logos and designs for individuals and Kennels. Individual designs and logos for all occasions are her specialty.

Prices are competitive for clothing items and special orders completed on a price quoted basis. Visa and Master Cards are accepted.

Pat’s Embroidery has donated a custom embroidered shirt for the 2010 Berner-Garde Foundation Fundraiser.

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

Here you can see some of the incredible variety of styles and embroidered items Pat has for sale. Sweatshirts, denim shirts, towels, t-shirts - all with incredibly detailed embroidery.

Here's a close up of a great shirt for Rallye enthusiasts.

Pat doesn't want the agility folks to feel left out!

A beautiful Berner surrounded by pine trees on this sweatshirt.

This is a neat design. The first picture is a close up of the Specialty Draft Stout design. There are different options for the finished product. Pat can either put a small design on the front of a shirt or a large one on the back of a shirt. Either way, it is special.

A lovely, relaxed Berner is featured in this design.

I think this might have been my favorite design. I saw someone wearing it at the draft test and was happy to discover where it came from when I was taking the pictures. The image does not do the design justice. It is almost an Impressionistic rendering of a Berner with subtle lavender tones accenting the black, white and rust. It really is stunning!

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

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