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Iron Thread Embroidery Design Studio is committed to working with core bikers -- clubs or individuals -- creating uniquely tailor-made patches without ever requiring a minimum order quantity.

Launched in 2003, we have established ourselves as the Embroidery Design Studio to come to for all of your custom-made motorcycle embroidered patches not only because of our experience and expertise in the embroidery craft but also in the bike world.

We are dedicated to the quality workmanship that goes into every final piece from start to finish: design, production, finish work.  We do not operate as a typical embroidery production assembly line, but rather as experts focusing on design details, individual style and handcrafted finishing techniques. Made in Vermont, USA.

We look forward to the opportunity to work with you on your next project!

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The One Motorcycle Show, February 12-14, 2106 Portland, Ore.

The1moto show has over 100 custom ,vintage, rare motorcycles from all over the globe in PDX - ORE Feb. 12-13-14 2016 #the1moto

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Cheap Thrills Bike Show and Swap Meet in Asbury Park, New Jersey

LowSide Magazine, Kickstart Motorcycles and 47 Industries announce the 2016 Cheap Thrills Bike Show and Swap Meet in the Historic Asbury Park Convention Hall - February 6, 2016 12 - 6 pm

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"Last Gang In Town" Comic Book series with an inspired "Bad Manners" Chain Stitched back set on a Lewis Leather jacket

European Comic Book artist Rufus Dayglo sent us some illustrated info on the new DC Vertigo Comic series " Last Gang In Town". Iron Thread worked with Dayglo in creating a jacket that the main Character Joey wears.. Check it out.

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The Race Of Gentlemen 2016, Schedule Change!

The 2016 Race of Gentlemen has been moved to June 4-5 in Wildwood, New Jersey and also added a West Coast Race Oct. 15- 16 in Pismo, California. -- More info to follow as dates get closer. #TROG

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