Custom Chainstitch Releases

JACKETS

PILLOWS

BANNERS

 

JACKETS

Are you looking for the full custom Ft Lonesome experience?  Curious how this whole process gets started?  You’ve found yourself in the right place, pal.

The basics:  The process of co-creating your jacket starts with a series of prompt questions we send, then moves through the process of drawing up design ideas and soliciting feedback, then, once we’ve established your custom artwork and the palette suits your liking, into the embroidery phase. 

The less basics:  These jackets take a long time to make, and we’ll exchange enough emails and text messages to basically be BFF’s by the time the whole process is done.  (Bonus?  Or bummer?  Bonus.)  So, we only take a handful of orders at a time—I mean, we can only handle so much codependency, intermittent self-loathing, and approval-seeking in any given quarter.

If you’d like to make sure you get in the next queue, sign up for our newsletter.  We alert the loyal subscribers 24 hours before the news of open spots hits the sosh meeds.  We almost never send newsletters otherwise, so don’t worry about inbox fatigue.

***Have a burning need to get in the queue or have a gifting deadline you absolutely must meet?  Yes, you can buy us off.  We have special pricing to bribe your way into our hearts.  We’re not above that.  Inquire here.

 

 

 

PILLOWS

Your custom artwork can also be stitched up as an 18” x 18” pillow.  This avoids the pesky problem of being able to fit into the same jacket for longer than your will to carry on with that hot yoga studio membership.

The pillow process follows the same basic structure as the jacket process, but gets stitched up on sturdy canvas and backed with repurposed denim.  Pillows make excellent wedding gifts, by the way.  Sure, maybe they didn’t register for a custom chain-stitched pillow, but adhering to registries is for chumps.  And friends.  Mostly for friends.  But come on.  Yawn.

 

 

 

BANNERS

Yes!  It IS art.  Put it on the wall!  Your friends will be super impressed.

Banners are constructed from repurposed denim and measure 20” x 24”.