1887, St. Louis Embroidery is the second oldest
emblem/embroidery maker in the United States. It is also the 2nd
largest union embroidery shop in America, Unite: Local 1170. Design
firsts include the first ever 7-up, Exxon, Tiger and MasterCard
emblems and in 1952, it was St. Louis Embroidery that designed the
first ever Boy Scout insignia which president Dwight D. Eisenhower
introduced to the country.|
For the last
30 years, we've made almost all the sleeve emblems worn by
major and minor league baseball teams, produced emblems for
the United States Postal Service, the Boy Scouts, the Girl
Scouts, as well as thousands of corporate customers.
We've produced the decorative trim on ladies shoes for the
Brown Shoe Company and have embroidered leather seat covers
for Buick's Park Avenue.
We domestically manufacture
about 90% of what we sell, in our Missouri facility. The remaining
10% is split between Thailand and Taiwan factories. We operate
over 270 embroidery heads for direct garment embroidery on
garments, hats, hat panels, towels, sheets, garment bags,
computer cases, portfolio covers, uniforms of all types, and
even shoes and seat covers for the automotive and marine industries.