Welcome to the new Threads Embroidery website. If you have used our services before you will notice that we have drastically changed the layout so as to make our “shop window” brighter and fresher and simpler for customers old and new to use.
If you are new to Threads Embroidery you may be interested in our background and current circumstances.
Threads Embroidery was started in 1989 by Julie and Harry Shaw as a small business, supplying embroidered martial arts belts to the local martial arts clubs attended by their children. Over the years the business expanded into other markets but always specialising in catering to the martial arts community.
We have become well aware of the years of hard work, dedicated training, self-discipline, and occasional pain, that the award of a black belt signifies.
In 2020 Threads Embroidery passed into the ownership of Barrie North, although Harry Shaw remains involved in a consultancy role. Also in 2020 Bone Dry Dog Coats and Threads Embroidery transferred to an industrial Unit in Whitchurch, Shropshire, located in one of the old coach houses of an 18th century building in the town, now Whitchurch Heritage Centre.
Also last year the two business transferred to an industrial Unit in Whitchurch, Shropshire, located in one of the old coach houses of an 18th century building in the town, now Whitchurch Heritage Centre.
That brings us up to date. Threads Embroidery is still fully operational despite the pandemic and, no doubt like you dear visitor, we look forward to the world getting back on it’s feet again.
An honorary black belt presented to HRH The Princess Royal on the occiasion of the opening of the British Judo Association Centre of Excellence
This belt belongs to an old customer of Threads Embroidery dating back several decades, and who continues to favour us with his custom.
Unit 3 Heritage Court
St Mary’s Street