Our Story

Since 2016, Sew Dreams Come True has focused on offering quality embroidered creations to the businesses and communities in Marietta, Cobb County, and Metro Atlanta.

Today, thanks to expanded processes and quality supplier relationships, SDCT serves folks both locally and regionally  with the same level of care and commitment we've built our reputation on since the beginning.

Where We Are

Northwest Metro Atlanta in Marietta. Located on Roswell Street between the Marietta Square and The Big Chicken. Get Directions

From the Marietta Square

From the southeast corner of the Marietta Square, drive East on Roswell Street for 0.4 miles and turn right onto Lakewood.

Go 250 feet on Lakewood Drive and turn right through the gate into the main parking area.

Look for Suite #2140 on the left as you enter the parking area.

From The Big Chicken (Hwy 41/Cobb Parkway)

From The Big Chicken, or the intersection of Hwy 41/Cobb Parkway and Roswell Street, drive West 1.2 miles and turn left onto Lakewood Drive.

Go 250 feet on Lakewood Drive and turn right through the gate into the main parking area.

Look for Suite #2140 on the left as you enter the parking area.

Who we are.

Meet your Fairy Godmother.

Combining her gifts of creativity, talent for sewing, and love of people, Georgia Rambo founded Sew Dreams Come True in 2016 to make quality, appliquéd, and embroidered creations that bring people joy.

"I chose Fairy Godmother as my title because of a place we visited on our 20th anniversary called Barnsley Gardens. There was a woman on staff there called the Fairy Godmother and, quite literally, if you asked for something, anything your heart desires, she would make it happen. She was incredible."

Georgia and her husband, Mark, live within walking distance of the Historic Marietta Square with their Westie pup, McKenzie. Their grown son, Taylor, is the director of business development for SDCT.

Be sure to say hi to McKenzie if she greets you at the door!

Customized polos, t-shirts, hard hats and tumblers.

What we do.

Custom & personalized anything.

What we do can be summed up in one word, customization. However, utilizing a variety of processes and a number machines, customization expands into a world of possibilities. A grandmother would like a fun onesie for a newborn or a coffee shop owner needs embroidered aprons for his staff. The marketing director wants his sales department to hand out mugs with the their logo & website address on them.

Customized kitchen set of hand towels, coffee mugs, wooden spoons and  charcuterie board.

How we work.

Focused on you.

Our approach is to understand your needs, your goals and develop solutions for those needs. With our diverse process capabilities we can produce many results, even one-of-a-kind charcuterie boards.

Our focus is on providing customization for every unique situation we encounter.

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