ABS Embroidery is a one-person home-based business
opened in 2004
primarily to serve the small-order and individual end of the retail
I am pleased to say that, over the years, I have built up a
large and loyal customer-base,
a good proportion of which comes from UK Armed Forces veterans.
Equally loyal and important are the micro- and small-businesses,
organisations and individuals who keep me supplied with work.
Customers can either purchase
embroidered clothing etc from me or supply their
own goods for embroidery, subject to certain Terms and Conditions.
for more details
My principal market remains one-offs and small orders, which I
But for the wider retail market, I work with trade partner companies who
are geared up to
deal with larger quantities. There is no
lower or upper limit of quantity on most items*
and I am
pleased to provide
a quote from them based on your requirements.
Just drop me an email.
However, I am NOT interested in Corporate contracts,
Government or Local Authority work.
My business model is retail, not trade.
may be minimum requirements on one or two items, although not usually on
Upper limits depend on capacity and stock availability at my suppliers.
Best way to find out is to enquire.
CLICK HERE to see
my Small Orders Notice (pdf)
HOURS OF BUSINESS
ABS Embroidery operates
on a part-time basis.
My advertised opening hours are still
10am to 5pm Monday to Thursday
Closed Fridays, Weekends, Public Holidays, 25 March, 14 June and 16-17
but there are also going to be other periods when I am not about,
at little or no notice.
Of course, I always aim to turn orders around as quickly as I can but it
is likely to be less
possible to meet last-minute or urgent orders than was once the case.
Read about Small Orders &
GETTING IN TOUCH
By far and away, the best and most reliable way of contacting
me is by email.
You can use the form below if you wish.
You are still welcome to leave a voicemail message on my phone
but I check it less regularly than I check my inbox.
Working in a single room with noisy machines makes using the phone a
Sorry, but there it is.