Chain stitch is an embroidery technique in which a series of interconnected stitches are sewn to form a chain-like pattern. These stitches are used to draw designs on fabric, much like a tattoo gun for garments. This style is most often seen on vintage bowling shirts, western wear, work clothes and motorcycle jackets.
Most of the work is done by hand customers have complete freedom of the design, style, colors and size.
After much detailed experimentation we created a great aesthetic of the old style, imperfect chain stitching utilizing modern day techniques and an embroidery machine. We use a very specific specialty thread that we sourced from an international vendor which allows the true vintage look to present itself.
We always look forward to the opportunity to use this method of stitching, so let us know if you think you might want to try it on your next design!
We use chain stitch as a vehicle to explore narratives, messages, values, codes, symbols, and humour.
If you believe the supplied goods is defective for any reason, please follow the instructions below:
Send us your product photos, together with your order number and a brief explanation of your issue, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Within 24 hours, a sales person will contact you.
You can contact us by phone or email, and one of our sales representatives will investigate the problem and, if the error is confirmed, we will replace the goods for you.
The customer will have 7 days from the date of delivery of the items to complete the whole complaint process. He is welcome to contact us regarding the issue. A written complaint, along with accompanying photos demonstrating the issue, must be forwarded to us through email for inquiry. If the factory confirms the error, the client must return the entire purchase in the original packing and full quantity delivered to him in order to get a complete refund.
The customer will be responsible for returning the product through ground shipment at his own expense. For more details please see our Refund & Return Policy .