Dry Heat Embroidery is happy to announce that we have added 2 BMW Motorcycles to our embroidery stable. We now have the BMW KT1600 available and are done digitizing the BMW R1200RT. The BMW KT1600 is available for purchase right now, and the R1200RT embroidery will be available for purchase within 24 hours as soon as I do a test stitch out to make sure it’s high quailty!
Here’s the KT1600 embroidery done on a denim shirt back. The embroidery is over 10″ wide.
The R1200RT BMW Motorcycle embroidery digitized file screenshot is below and it’s also over 10″ wide. This image will be replaced with an actual picture of the stitch out test embroidery.
Here’s the picture of the stitched out file. It’s 10.5″ wide and on black poly patch twill. You can see the screenshot of the digitized file below this picture.
Are you tired of the people who are so busy talking on their phones, or texting that they are putting themselves and others at risk as they weave all over the road? Maybe this Hang Up and Drive Vinyl decal will cause someone to actually hang up! Available in several different Vinyl Decal colors and sizes. Just click HERE to go to the Dry Heat Embroidery store and check out the other available vinyl decals.
Dry Heat Embroidery now does Vinyl Decals and Vinyl Heat Transfer on garments. For now we’re doing single colors. In the images below, the black is what will be left after the white area is removed from the decal. There are more than just the ones shown below. These are available in various sizes in our online store at: https://store.dryheatembroidery.com
The Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic Embroidery File is Done!
After many many hours of point by point digitizing using a customers picture of their Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic, the file is done and ready to be stitched. The Embroidered Ultra Classic joins its brothers, the Road Glide and the Road Glide Ultra. All of these are available to be embroidered on patches, shirts, hats and hoodies.
I normally use pale yellow to identify the chrome pieces, but people keep thinking that I’m going to stitch out their ride using yellow chrome so I have used photoshop to overlay a silver chrome look to the chrome areas. The chrome on your Harley will be either silver polyester thread or you can have the optional metallic silver thread.
I’m pleased to announce that the Harley-Davidson™ Road Glide Ultra is now available in the Dry Heat Store. The Road Glide Ultra can be embroidered on Hats, Shirst, Patches, Hoodies, sweatshirts and light weight jackets including High Visibility Yellow or Orange. Small changes to the bike are done at no charge. Custom wheels and larger changes that require longer digitizing time can be done but there will be an additional cost. You can change the colors of the skins or the seat and add tank bibs etc. DryHeatEmbroidery.com is continuing to add more models to embroidery garage. The Ultra Glide is about 70% digitized and should be available this month.
Here’s a picture of the Road Glide Ultra on the back of a Charcoal Carhartt workshirt.
So what would a Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra look like on a High Visibility Jacket?
I finished the digitizing for the Green Apple colored Harley-Davidson Road Glide patch and here it is with the picture the owner sent me for comparison. It took quite awhile to make all the mods on this one so I did have to charge a digitizing fee, but I’m sure the owner will be very happy with the results.
I’m still working on the Ultra Glide Classic and it’s coming along.
FYI: The pale yellow color will be silver or metallic silver for chrome. I use pale yellow because there are so many different shades of gray/silver that I needed a way to clearly denote what is chrome so I know where to put that spool of thread.
This involved about 60% custom digitizing that I had to redo because of the mods etc on this road glide. It took a lot of hours to draw it point by point, but I think it’s worth it! The customer is so impressed that he wants me to wait to ship until he increases his order.
I do all my own digitizing so you aren’t stuck with a cookie-cutter One style fits all. Get your embroidery from someone who rides!
Check out my facebook page to see the pictures of the bikes and what the patch will look like.
A friend of mine on my motorcycle forum (https://www.thesabrehood.org) has a Harley-Davidson Road Glide and asked me to put some regular bars on it and make it blue. I haven’t stitched it out yet so this is a computer screen snapshot of what it will look like. It will look better when it’s stitched out and I’ll replace this picture with an actual scan of the finished item. I can change the colors, add accessories, change the air filter cover etc. All I need is a picture to work from. The accents are separate items so they can be any color or moved or removed.