The Wish Designs, Inc. Blog

Welcome to Wish Design Inc.'s interactive blog. We celebrate nearly 25 years of business with three online resources to better connect you to our work, custom designs, and unique products. Visit our website at, find us on Facebook, and get an inside look into our company and work here on our blog. Thanks for visiting. We appreciate your business and your feedback.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Custom Design in the Lehigh Valley and Pocono Mountains

For over 20 years, Wish Designs has been serving the Pocono Mountains and Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania with custom designed signs, screen printing, embroidery, and displays. We love to work with our region's local businesses! We're located in Nazareth, PA, just a stone's throw away from Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, and Stroudsburg.

To learn more about how Wish Designs can serve your business, event or organization with our high quality custom designed product lines, visit us online at or call Elaine at 610-614-0889 for your screen printing and embroidery needs or Fred at 610-614-0644 for signs, displays, and furniture.

We look forward to helping your Lehigh Valley or Pocono Mountain business make a lasting impression.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Designing for Lowell

Wish Designs custom-designs hats and outerwear for the Lowell Historical Park gift shop. These designs connect us not only with an important era in US history, but also with an important element of our own business history-- the rich history of American enterprise, manufacturing, and textile production.

We have a deep appreciation for Lowell, Massachusetts and its long history and leading role in the American Industrial Revolution. As a manufacturing company that works in textiles, we cannot help but look back at the history of textile manufacturing in the US without thinking of Lowell.

Lowell, a city an hour Northwest of Boston was once known as the "Venice of the United States." It was the first large-scale industrial city in American history, a hub of the US textile industry and the American Industrial Revolution. In the 19th Century, Lowell's industry was powered by the Merrimack River and the hands and hard work of US immigrants working in textile mills.

In 1978 the US National Park Service commemorated Lowell's leading role it the American Industrial Revolution by opening the Lowell Historical Park. The park features 5.6 miles of canals that can be explored on foot, by tour boat, or aboard a historic trolley. On the next trip to Massachusetts, be sure to visit Lowell and relive an important era in American history. For more information on the park, tours and events, visit the Park Website.

Wish Designs custom designs embroidery and screen printing for the National Park Service, museums, and historic places across the US. For more information on how we can serve your custom design needs, visit our website.