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Crafter's Comfort (Arthritis Relief) Gloves
If there were ever an item I felt "essential" in my sewing room, especially during the colder months, this would be it! What I'm wearing above is the Crafter's Comfort Gloves by Dritz.
Baby Girl Gift Set with Babyville Boutique
I had so much fun creating these sweet "Cowgirl" sets to be delivered as part of our November Project donations! I've started with some of the adorable new Babyville Boutique Ruffle Elastic and Ribbons.
DIY Diapers with Babyville Boutique
I have wanted to give a try at making some diaper covers and diapers...
Babyville Boutique Review by Cloth Diaper Addicts
[Babyville Boutique] make diaper making accessible to anyone who wants to learn.
Simple Waterproof Toddler Smock
It is that time of the year again and Babyville Boutique has released fun, new prints and products.
New Products to DIY Cloth Diapers!
Babyville Boutique is releasing entirely new prints and colors this month, with matching appliqués and labels (and iron-ons!) that I am head over heels in love with!
Get Crafty with Babyville Boutique!
I love to sew, but since having a baby, my machine has been gathering dust. I really wanted to jump back in...
Attract Young Moms To Sewing
"The good news for sewing “mamas” is by sewing their own cloth diapers, the savings are great and the creative opportunities are endless." As seen in SQE February 2013.
If Only Mother Nature Could Sew!
Mother Nature is so happy to see today's environmentally aware parents choosing adorable, cloth diapers that are good for baby, Mother Nature and the family budget. Babyville Boutique™ from Prym Consumer USA responded to this growing lifestyle trend and the demand for these supplies with the first DIY cloth diapering program now, available in major retail fabric stores including Joann's, Hobby Lobby, Hancock and select Wal-Mart and dozens of independents as well. As published on HeraldOnline.com.
Babyville Boutique brings the cloth diaper back into the game
"Reusable cloth diapers can actually reduce the impact of disposables on landfills and are rapidly becoming the number one choice for diapering options," reports Bryne Westwood, Hanover Early Childhood Education Examiner.