Dickey, a new garment embosser, is using the power of embroidery technology to emboss a Mormon woman’s baby’s clothes with a symbol of Mormonism.
Dickey’s custom embroideries are designed to be permanent and are not to be altered during storage.
The garment embouchure also allows Dickey to customize the design of the embroidered fabric to fit the individual’s style.
“It is my honor to be able to work with the Mormon Church and be able be a part of the family that has this beautiful opportunity,” said Dickey co-founder, Ashley C. Doolittle.
“We want our products to look as natural and authentic as possible.
We are also committed to helping Mormon families in our community and around the world find more authentic and creative ways to celebrate their culture.”
Mormon women can now wear the Dickey Garment on the front of their clothing and have it printed on their own garments.
The embroideried clothing will then be embossed with a small Mormon symbol on the back.
“These beautiful pieces of fabric have been the inspiration for many of our apparel designs,” said C. Russell Martin, president of the Mormon Women’s Garment Embroidery Council.
“The Dickey garment embroiders are designed with comfort and beauty in mind.
It is an opportunity for women to wear their favorite garments without worrying about what they will put on their bodies for the rest of their lives.”
Dickey began its mission in the United States in April 2018.
The LDS Church did not release specific pricing information for the Doolittles’ products, but it said that they are designed for men, women and families.
The church has encouraged women to “be more conscious about their clothing” and to ask their husbands or family members to wear the garments.
“You don’t have to have a wedding dress,” said Ashley.
“I am proud of the fact that I can wear the fabric of my dress on my wedding day.”
Doolitte said she hopes to start the Dixie Garment Company in the fall.
“For women in the church, it’s a beautiful thing that we can show them that the Church is here for them and is just for them,” said Anna.
“There is so much love and support out there and I want to show it to the whole world.”