Laura L Smith
  • Amherst, OH
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Wicked Stitch of the East, Inc.

The Wicked Stitch of the East has been digitizing designs for the commercial embroidery industry for more than two decades. We offer custom embroidery design, stock designs, and free designs, which are produced in our Embroidery Digitizing Center located in Cleveland, OH, USA.

Our customer base ranges from the home-based embroiderer to the multi-head shop. By paying close attention to quality, service, price structure, and turnaround time, you can be assured of the best quality embroidery digitizing anywhere and at competitive prices.

We realize the importance of customer service. Customers want human contact and not just contact through e-mails. We are here to answer your sewing questions and to share our vast experience in embroidery & digitizing with you. We like to think that being available to our customers has made them successful, which in turn makes us successful.

We have created this site so that you may get a comprehensive feel of an international digitizing leader which has been around for 3 generations.

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Wicked Tip: Embroidery On Leather

Posted on January 30, 2015 at 9:20am 0 Comments

1.  Hoop a piece of cut-away on top and then carefully cut a 'window' for embroidery - this is to eliminate hoop marks.  

2.  Some people favor a sharp needle while other prefer sharp or wedge needles (WEDGE NEEDLE: needle manufacturers tell advise that this needle point    type is recommended only for sewing leather - not for embroidery) ; and some like Teflon. Teflon helps prevent…



Posted on January 29, 2015 at 12:02pm 0 Comments

  1. Hoop the garment, as you would for regular embroidery. Use the correct backing for the type of garment being sewed on.

  2. Next cut a piece of embroidery foam large enough to cover the design you are sewing. The foam color you use should be as close to the color of the thread you will be stitching over it as possible.

  3. Use tape to secure the foam over the…


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