Hi All. As you know I'm having a quilt clearance in my store. There are just two quilts left. These are beautiful handmades at ridiculous prices. Really: you'll hate yourself in the morning if you miss out. I don't know when I will have quilts in again, and if I do...like I said, I won't let myself price them like this again. Also: There are more baby/kid clothes with my hand-sewn designs being added every day. The clothes I sew on for you are almost always 100% organic cotton (and otherwise noted if not) and made in the USA.
Also, there are some patches in the Esty store now! What's a patch for? Well, I thought since so many of you are DIY-ers, you could buy one of these and sew it on an aritcle of clothing you already own: onesie, jean jacket, skirt, dress, tote bag or....if you quilt...you can use the patches as applique designs! (All my quilts have applique on them and it makes them so special and one-of-a-kind.) See how cost effective I'm making it for you to have a Lady Cordelia item in your possession? All you have to do to sew it onto something is dust off your sewing machine and sew right along the edge of the patch. I never use pins to hold things in place...but then again, I'm just not that kind of girl. You're probably a lot smarter than me and will pull out your pin cushion. (If I have special instructions for sewing on a patch, they will be written in the Etsy product description. ) If you have something you want specifically on your patch let me know! I love to hear your ideas and try things out.
I'm really kind of testing these patches to see how they stand alone in the Etsy shop. They are exactly what I use to applique on the baby clothes I am making right now. In fact, if you don't buy them...I will use them myself! So there! And, I am toying with the idea of getting totes, too. Farmers market bags, you know. Cute, right? So many things one can sew on!
So. I may be MIA for a few days. I need to get over this "hump," so to speak, of massive sewing and changing gears. I have four stores who are buying their first order of the baby/kid clothes and I have a lot of sewing to do this coming week. It's not easy...all this newness, but it's just all part of it. I'm glad you are along for the ride. Thank you for being here!