Hi, I’m Jenn and I am the owner of Stuck On Stitches.

Stuck On Sticthes was founded in 2010 and has been growing ever since.

I started embroidering in 2001 when I was in college at San Diego Sate. I worked in a sorority and fraternity store, called Tulips, for a little over 5 years. We mostly sold custom garments to college students in sororities and fraternities, but I noticed how many people outside the college area still wanted to get items embroidered. Whether it was for businesses, Christmas gifts, baby presents or even just gag gifts it seemed everybody enjoyed the idea of being able to personalize a garment. When I graduated college, the store went up for sale and I considered buying it, but didn’t feel it was my time to settle down and own a business just yet.

I then moved back to Orange County, where I grew up, and started looking for a job based on my degree in Communication. I landed in the Action Sports industry, working on the development of garments and accessories and have been doing it for a little over 8 years now.

Feeling like I needed some more creativity in my life and missing my days of embroidery from college, I went out and bought an industrial embroidery machine. At Stuck On Stitches we work on a Brother BES-1210AC single head, 12 needle embroidery machine.

I’ve spent the last 2 years figuring out what type of products I wanted to sell and sourcing the very best quality of garments and accessories I could find. I wanted to offer my customers a unique experience where they could come to us throughout all the stages in life and know we’d be there to help them; whether they were getting married, having a baby, or just wanting to do custom polos for their start up company.

From working on embroidery previously, I could see the frustration from people going to other places where they weren’t able to order just 1 custom garment. So I knew, when Stuck On Stitches was created that we’d make sure to encourage creativity and uniqueness. That is why we have no minimum orders on any of our embroidered garments or accessories and we offer a lot of options on ways to personalize our products.

Please browse and enjoy the site and hopefully you’ll fall in love with embroidery like I have.

This has been a dream of mine to start this business and I owe it to an amazing group of family and friends that have helped support and encourage me along the way. So a special thanks goes out to Kathy, Dave and Jonathan Rosenberger, Kevin, Misty and Kayleigh Marlin, Robin Barnhart, Laura Bart, Margaux Parker, Wendy Choi and Filipa DiSilva. Thank you also to Shira Crane; she’s been the best web designer to work with and is the reason this website is what it is.