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CaptLen
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Shirts from Dry Heat Embroidery

Postby CaptLen » Thu Dec 26, 2013 8:26 am



Just got a shirt from Dry Heat Embroidery. Not only is it excellent quality and very fairly priced, but Matt worked with me to bring different design elements together for exactly the look I wanted. He even has "chrome" thread so the chrome parts do not look like the silver paint.
5 stars to Matt!



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Andy Cote
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Re: Shirts from Dry Heat Embroidery

Postby Andy Cote » Tue Dec 31, 2013 8:32 am

I hear nothing but great things about Matt Caswell and Dry Heat Embroidery.

That said, he doesn't do shirts with GL1500 or Valkyrie logos. He says he needs to see more demand to create the files. I've got to believe that there is more demand for these than there is for darkside or F6B (both of which he does already). So all you GL1500 owners, let's flood his in-box and get some nice shirts. http://store.dryheatembroidery.com/
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Re: Shirts from Dry Heat Embroidery

Postby themainviking » Tue Dec 31, 2013 12:28 pm

I have to agree to the quality of his work and his willingness to give people what they want. I had him do a couple of shirts, some patches, and all with custom logos, and his prices were reasonable considering what I asked for. +1 vote for Matt.
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ghostvet
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Re: Shirts from Dry Heat Embroidery

Postby ghostvet » Tue Apr 01, 2014 6:43 am

Andy Cote wrote:I hear nothing but great things about Matt Caswell and Dry Heat Embroidery.

That said, he doesn't do shirts with GL1500 or Valkyrie logos. He says he needs to see more demand to create the files. I've got to believe that there is more demand for these than there is for darkside or F6B (both of which he does already). So all you GL1500 owners, let's flood his in-box and get some nice shirts. http://store.dryheatembroidery.com/



Sometimes, as a businessman, you have to create the market and then let the customers know they need this! Just a thought

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Jim1
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Re: Shirts from Dry Heat Embroidery

Postby Jim1 » Tue Apr 01, 2014 7:13 pm

Here is some more of Matt's work. He will work with you I highly recommend him.
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