Thursday, March 11, 2010

Baby/Toddler Packages

Tie Top Dress
Peasant Dress

Good news for all of you who live near Rigby, ID. I will be coming into town for two weeks from April 7-21st. I look forward to seeing many of you there.

I will be putting together several baby and toddler packages similar to the ones pictured. They will be available for purchase for $40 if anyone is interested. If you want a particular size or color scheme you can email me and let me know and I will try to accommodate.

Since I don't have yards and yards of wonderful designer fabrics right at my fingertips I will probably only be offering one package in each fabric. So first come first serve. As I finish up the packages I will try and post pictures of them so you can get a better idea of what ones you like. These make great baby shower gifts, or great for your own baby.

Here is what each package will include for $40:

Baby Package: 1 dress, 1 diaper cover, 1 head band, and 1 pair of matching shoes.

Toddler Package: 1 dress, 1 diaper cover, and 2 sets of barrettes/bows to match.

I will also be selling the shoes alone for $20.

If you want toddler shoes I can make them with rubber soles, however, keep in mind they probably won't want to go running on rocks.

My daughter will be getting a pair this week, so I will let you know how they are for the more active older kids.

Any of you who do not live in Idaho and want one of these sets, you can make a custom order through my etsy shop by sending me a convo. You can also click on the email link and shoot me an email. Just make sure to write baby package in the subject line otherwise I might think it is junk mail.

I look forward to this project because they are really fun to make.


  1. no way, you make shoes too?! I'm so blown away

  2. I'm at a loss. I don't know what I want!

  3. love these! the shoes are so fun!

    oh, so the quilts you asked about - i stretch the backing fabric slightly and pin it to the floor to hold it while i put the batting and top on it... it's a rental so if i ruin the floor a little i don't mind. :o) but if you have hard floors you can tape the backing down (slightly stretching it). Also, when quilting work from the center out.


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