About the owner

 

Michelle Hain, a lover of arts and crafts who is developmentally disabled, started her own small business, Special Friends Embroidery, LLC, in April 2001. Beginning when she was young, Michelle has fulfilled her creative, artistic passions by working with her hands using anything and everything she could get her hands on including; beads, paint, crayons, popsicle sticks, toothpicks, and marshmallows. Michelle learned how to use a sewing machine as a young girl making doll clothes and small pillows with her mother.

Since its inception, Special Friends Embroidery has catered to businesses, and friends in the greater Seattle area, as well as several western states. Michelle started her business with a home embroidery machine. Growing to meet the challenges of the orders, she has upgraded to a commercial embroidery machine allowing her to increase production, as well as increase flexibility to stitch on items such as pockets, sleeves, socks, hats. And larger jacket backs. Michelle’s first project was personalized shirts and towels for her entire bowling league. The shirts had a large design and league name “Strikeforce” on the back , along with a smaller design and name on the front. The business continues to grow and build on the very successful first two years.

This business is great, because I have fun making things for my friends and neighbors.
Michelle

 

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MICHELLE HAIN,      OWNER

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