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Thank you for shopping at Sew Appealing!  I really appreciate your business and I look forward to working with you.  I focus on finding adorable fabrics that will help you or your little one look cute in almost any messy situation! Find me in person if you are in Butler, Pennsylvania, I welcome appointments at my studio.

 


2016 Show Schedule 

(please send me a message if you would like more info about any show):

Shows & Markets in Pennsylvania:

 


Village Fest- Saturday, September 24, 2016, 10am-5pm, Main Street, Slippery Rock, PA - http://www.slipperyrockpa.org/villagefest

 

Farkleberry, Saturday, November 5, 2016, 9am-3:30pm, Cranberry Twp Municipal Building, 2525 Rochester Rd., Cranberry Twp, PA

 

St. Louise DeMarrilac Guild's Joy of Christmas Craft Show, Saturday, November 19, 2016, 9am-3:30pm, DeMarillac Parish, 320 McMurray Rd, Upper St. Clair.

 

 

Shows & Markets in Ohio

None scheduled at this time.

Items are featured at the following shops:

ANTIQUATION in Medina, Ohio (Infant bibs, burp cloths & toddler bibs)

Batch in Saxonburg, PA (Aprons)

BayArts in Bay Village, Ohio (Infant bibs, burp cloths, toddler bibs, aprons)

Best Bib & Tucker in Hartville, Ohio (Infant bibs, burp cloths, toddler bibs & "Heart Ohio" Bags)

Cosmic Bobbins in Shaker Square, Ohio (Infant bibs, burp cloths & toddler bibs)

Mirror Mirror Boutique in Wexford, Pa (Full inventory)

One Lucky Dog in Medina, Ohio (Aprons)

NEW! So Me Artisan Wares and Jeweler's Studio in Glenshaw, PA (Toddler Bibs)

 

I also welcome appointments at my studio, please contact me to set up a time that is convenient for you to shop. I have a great selection of inventory on hand!

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Toddler Bib

My favorite item is one of the first I created for my own children, the toddler bib.  Meal times had become so messy because my 8 month old wouldn’t keep a bib on, or when she did, the bib was too small to catch her mess.  I created a bib that covers a toddler from waist to neck and shoulder to shoulder and now even has a snap up pocket on the front.  To conquer the issue of pulling off the bib, I fastened it with a snap at the neck.  No Velcro® to itch their neck, get stuck to everything else in the washer and then after a few washings lose its stickiness anyway! The most recent addition to the toddler bib is snaps to create a pocket on the front of the bib.  If you prefer allowing the bib to hang on the child's lap, then you don't need to use them, otherwise, they create a pouch to catch the "run-away" pieces of food.  The snaps also allow for thorough cleaning at the waste basket and again in the wash.

My 8 yr old still wears the bibs when we are having a really messy meal (shhh, don't tell her I said it or whe will never wear one again).  I love that I can use fabrics to reflect each child’s taste and interests; it makes it easier to convince them to wear a bib!