Brag Page

Welcome to the brag page for Life's a Stitch/LAS First Response!
Click on any of the photos below to go straight to the featured product.
We have posted numerous photos here that have been mostly supplied to us by our customers or taken on delivery.
Thanks to North Iredell Rescue Squad for an order of 18 Game Sportswear 6-in-1 high visibility jackets.
Thanks to Winterville for the order of 22 Game Sportswear 8025-T and 8080-T Job Shirts.  We also appreciate Ayden Fire Rescue for sending these folks our way based on our service on their order!
Thanks to Ayden Fire Rescue for their order of 50 Game Sportswear 8025-T/8080-T job shirts as well as 50 Pacific 611K Beanies and 50 Richardson 112 Baseball Caps.  We appreciate the business and the confidence in sending us other folks to assist!
Thanks to Cornatzer-Dulin for the order of 12 Richardson 112 caps as well as 50 Port and Company CP90L toboggans.
We supplied Pratt, West Virginia with the above items for a grant that the
department was awarded.  The agency desired a single-source so we reached out to partner organizations to come up with the package pictured here.
The above jacket was supplied to a member that ordered it at the
Virginia Fire and Rescue Expo.
The above hats were Pacific 404M's crafted with 3D-embroidery for various folks at Winston-Salem Fire Department and is a small sampling of the work that we've performed for crews there.  We appreciate the business!
The above set of 5 accountability boards and 300 tags with hardware was
shipped to the Naval Support Activity in Bahrain for the facility
Fire and Emergency Services group.
An order of Richardson 112's for Pratt VFD in West Virginia.
This custom plaque was created from rough black walnut in our shop.  All engraving and mounting was also custom-created.  This was presented to Jerry Myers upon his retirement from Davie County as the Fire Marshal.
These Pacific 404M baseball caps were crafted for the members of the Davie County Rescue Squad.  We also embroidered charcoal grey polo shirts with the same logo minus the 3D effect.
While we are on the subject of Davie County Rescue Squad, the agency elected to issue service awards this year.
We do more than Fire, EMS, rescue, and law enforcement.  We stitched 150 New Era NE200 Baseball Caps for Energy United front and back.
Assistant Chief Nelson Turrentine received a retirement award from Mocksville Police Department.  Thanks to Reidsville PD for assistance with their badge graphic - each agency that Nelson worked at is represented with his years of service and an engraved badge from the department.
This order of 30 baseball caps stitched front and back and 180 printed shirts (short and long sleeve as well as sweats) were delivered to Scottsville Volunteer Rescue Squad near Lexington, Virginia.
The above items were all run for Rutherfordton Fire Rescue in Rutherford County, NC.
The above set of accountability tags was delivered to New River Volunteer Fire & Rescue.
This pile is a chunk of 620 long-sleeve, short-sleeve, and sweatshirts that we ran for It's Electric in Chesapeake, Virginia.
We ran a sizeable order of t-shirts for Advance Fire Department in Davie County.  This order consisted of a six-color front and two-color back.
Here is part of our "shop staff" pointing out the logo that we supplied to East Spencer Volunteer Fire Department for their new Rescue.  We've done a lot of screen printing and embroidery for East Spencer and appreciate the repeat business.
The above Pacific 404M caps were delivered to Gumtree Fire Department in Davidson County.
The above Port and Company Fleece-Lined Beanie was stitched on both sides for the Brunswick Nuclear Power Plant Fire Brigade.  We shipped 75 of these as well as 75 laser-engraved Ozark Trail 30-ounce tumblers.
These New Era 1020 Baseball Caps were delivered to Sandy Mush VFD in Rutherford County.
The above set of custom command boards and hook-and-loop backed accountability/truck seat assignment tags were created from scratch.  Each member was crafted four tags.
Thanks to Crains Creek Fire Department in Moore County for the order of Charles River Apparel Signal Hi-Viz Jackets.
The above set of command boards and accountability tags was crafted for
Monticello Fire Department in Iredell County.
While we're on the subject of Monticello, here is one of 24 Pacific 404M fitted baseball caps that we delivered to the group.
The above hats were crafted for Engine 9 at Winston-Salem Fire.  This is a small portion of work we've done for individual companies/shifts/crews at Winston-Salem.
Here's a whole pile of brass!  We're a full-line dealer for Irvin Hahn and
we assisted Healing Springs Fire Department in getting collar brass, name plates,
service tabs, and badges for the entire department.  This was the last chunk of
a complete ensemble of dress shirts, ties, belts, patches, and dress pants that we supplied to the department.  We appreciate the business and learned a lot in adding these new products to the list of items that we can provide.
Sandhills Community College Fire Academy
Repeat purchase by the Sandhills Community College Fire Academy.  LAS First Response
provided each student with at least one Pacific Hewadwear 101C baseball cap, three screen printed t-shirts, one Cornerstone CS626 job shirt, two pair of SSC 3001 pants, one CP91L fleece-lined acrylic beanie, one CS414 cotton tactical polo, and two pair of Sport-Tek shorts.
Jeff Kirkman Award
This is a plaque for a great recently retired coworker of one of the owners.  We wish
him the best in his retirement!
Pacific 404M spec hat with 3D-embroidery for Mocksville Fire Department.
Piney Grove Fire Rescue in Forsyth County has taken deliver of
a multitude of Game Sportswear job shirts.  They leaned towards this item
thanks to years of service given by a previous purchase from the
Game family of items.  This item included patches embroidered in two locations, Velcro patch sewn on one sleeve, and PGFR embroidered on the back of the
garment.  Toss in numerous dress shirts for staff as well.  We appreciate the
repeat business, folks!
Ranger Fire Department in Cherokee County took delivery of a large
order of Game job shirts.  With names embroidered on each piece, flags embroidered on one sleeve, patch embroidered on the other, and a full left chest emblem, this
was a special job.  We appreciate the business, the feedback, as well as the
references in the area that have lead us to other customers!
The Davie County Fire Marshal's Office has taken deliver of shirts (screened and embroidered), jackets, hats, beanies, and traffic vests to equip their new organization.
Thanks to Davie County EMS for allowing us to supply everyone with several
iterations of working uniform shirts, hats, beanies, and command staff wear.
Congratulations on the recent AHA award for cardiovascular work, by the way!
Thanks to Green Creek Fire Rescue for the purchase of a number of
Charles River Apparel jackets.  Like all of our ANSI-3 items, these are
eligible for the NC Fire and Rescue grants and this jacket has great
feedback from the field.
Rutherfordton is one of many agencies in Rutherford County that has
worked with us recently for screen printed and embroidered items.
Thanks to Buck Shoals Volunteer Fire Department in Yadkin County, NC
for the purchase of 30 Charles River Apparel Signal Hi-Viz jackets from us
complete with right/left chest embroidery and reflective departmental
name on the back.  We're happy to help with NC Fire Grant purchases like this one!
This will be our third agency in Yadkin County that we have
fully equipped with this jacket (Yadkinville PD, Lone Hickey VFD).
Here are 10 mesh-back Flexfit caps ready to go out to a new customer from the
South Atlantic Fire and Rescue Expo.
 
Congratulations to the new couple and thanks for the photos of our cake topper!

Thanks to the ladies and gentlemen of the McDowell County, NC
Sheriff's Office for the recent order of our Cornerstone Snag-Free Tactical
Polo Shirts and New Era Baseball Caps!
This is the second batch of jackets that we've sent to the
Notre Dame High School Ladies Lacrosse team.
Thanks so much for the repeat business in 2016!