As it always does, the first two weeks of the New Year have flown by. Since we just launched Hometown Jersey in mid Oct., we had a whirlwind holiday season. I just want to thank everyone who embraced what we're doing and who purchased custom jerseys for yourself or as a gift. We really didn't know what to expect and its been a blast so far!
We've made custom jerseys with cities and states all over the U.S. and the world, for car and motorcycle clubs, to commemorate weddings, business names, bands and we've met a lot of great people through our Instagram and facebook pages. Please keep sharing the great photos of yourselves. It's so much fun to see the wide variation of customized jerseys on the wide variation of recipients.
Easing into 2014, we have a number of things we're working on right now, and some new items coming in the near future. The first is the Skull and Crossbones Jersey above. Just like our lettering, its made of felt and can be ordered on a black, navy, red or burgundy jersey. Its a design that was inspired by a custom guitar by my husband TK . Its available in the store now.
Next, very soon we'll be offering the option to have your letters or designs sewn onto your jersey. We're doing this in a very old fashion way, one at a time on a single sewing machine, to get an authentic jersey. You can get a very clean, perfect look by doing this with a computer and a digital machine, but that’s not the look we're going for at this time. Here's a sneak peak of what ours will look like. We'll be sharing more details within a few weeks.
Last, for late spring and summer, we'll have amazing T's with flock designs. We are not going to be doing screen printing, there are plenty of great screen printers out there. You may have seen really old flocked t-shirts from as far back as the 30's and 40's with motorcycle or car company promotion, or with the name of clubs. Flock also became popular in the 70's. (Ours is not the kind you iron on at home) Can't wait to share.
Wishing everyone the best year yet and looking forward to what’s down the road!