The Girls Love Scouting Team offers sewing services as detailed below. Please read the descriptions of the different services we offer and use the links to purchase the applicable service.
Service A - New Vests / Sashes / Tunics ONLY
You buy the items from your local Council and ship them to us. We sew on the badges and patches and ship the completed uniform back to you.
Service B - New Vests / Sashes / Tunics ONLY
You buy the items from www.girlscoutshop.com and ship them direclty to us. We sew on the badges and patches and ship the completed uniform back to you.
Service C - New Vests / Sashes / Tunics ONLY
We buy the items from www.girlscoutshop.com and ship them direclty to us. We sew on the badges and patches and ship the completed uniform back to you.
Service D - In Progress Vests / Sashes / Tunics ONLY
If you already have the uniform and need loose badges / patches sewn on this is the listing to use. You will ship us the uniform and everything you want sewn on. Once completed, we will ship the uniform back to you.
IMPORTANT THINGS TO NOTE
1. We do NOT wash uniforms. If you send us stained uniforms, you will receive stained uniforms back. Please make sure uniforms are cleaned before shipping to us. Dirty uniforms are incredibly hard to sew on.
2. We charge a flat $5 shipping to ship the uniform back to you. We will use the fastest shipping service that falls at of below that $5 threshold. If you need your order rushed, please email girlslovsscouting.com PRIOR TO ordering to ensure we have the capability of accommodating your order.
3. If you are choosing to purchase items to have directly shipped to us from the Girl Scout Shop, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, your order contents, and the tracking number. If a random package shows up at our offices with a uniform in it, we have no way of knowing who that order belongs to.
4. If you have a preference on badge / patch placement, let us know! Otherwise, we will use the standard GSUSA template for official insignia / badge placement and our best judgment for fun patch placement. As a rule, we always begin putting fun patches on the bottom of vests/tunics/sashes.