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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.

 


Select items are featured on consignment at the following shops:

NEW @ The Liberty Galleria in Franklin, Pennsylvania

Best Bib & Tucker in Hartville, Ohio

Cosmic Bobbins in Shaker Square, Ohio

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


 

Current 2014 Show Schedule 

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

Saturday, August 16, 9am-1pm - Medina Farmer's Market, Medina Public Square, Medina, OH http://www.medinafarmersmarket.com/

 

Saturday & Sunday, October 11-12, 9am-5pm each day - Peek 'n Peak Fall Fest, 1405 Olde Rd, Clymer, NY http://www.pknpk.com

 

Saturday, November 1, 9am-3:30 pm - Farkleberry Craft Show, Cranberry Municipal Building, 2525 Rochester Rd., Cranberry Twp, PA

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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 6 yr old still wears the bibs when we are having a messy meal.  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!