I love to mix prints and make each item unique. I rarely remake my items – they are each one of a kind.
From a family of 11 children.
Worked as a babynurse for multiples for 9 years.
I'm a baby consultant helping mothers over the phone walking them through their Baby's challenges.
Mother of three boys.
I love my boys: 6 month old twins and 21 month old.
I love to cooking, sewing, knitting, and embroidery.
What got you started crafting?
I learned to sew with my mom. She was very patient and I learned to use a seam ripper well! For years I made baby items for baby gifts; sewing or knitting little things was fun! When I got married and soon after got pregnant I wanted to make things my little boy. I filled my pregnancy preparing for him sewing crib sheets and such. He soon arrived and how fun it was to have things I made for him.
What is your source of inspiration?
Finding cute or unique fabric that is bright and cheery. I love to mix prints and make each item unique. I rarely remake my items - they are each one of a kind.
What have you made recently?
Lately, I find several fabrics and just put myself to putting them together to make an item unique. I then continue to work off those fabrics creating another special line. Recently I'm using alot of Ed Emberley Animal Prints from Cloud9.
Where do you sell your crafts presently?
I sell my baby item through Etsy. When my boys are napping I'm able to sew and prepare my items.
Why are handmade crafts important to you?
I like modern and not so much cutesy for my boys. You can not find very modern bibs and burp cloths in the stores. I'm able to create my bibs and burp cloths using the best materials that will hold up with much use and many washings