The first is A Green Dress that has upcycled, recycled, and vintage items. There are a number of cute dresses for toddlers that I wouldn't resist asking for one to be made for my neice. I wanted a print that had a "hippie" look to it but needed it in a size 5/6 for my niece. Michelle was wonderful in working with me to find a print that I liked and to make it the correct size.
This cute little dress is an upcycled bedsheet. Except for the sleeves, it is fully lined with a snap back.
Isn't it super cute??? I think my niece is really going to be happy to have this as one of her gifts.
The next shop is Rosi's Place. This was a fun place to browse and have added so many new things since I was last there (check out her tic-tac-toe boards...LOVE them!).
I bought this magnet as a stocking stuffer for myself. It has a heavy duty magnet attached and is well made. Of course, I'm a quilter and just HAD to get it. :o)
The final shop for today is Meg's Crochet Jewels. She has beautifully crocheted jewelry. I can't crochet and definately can't make jewelry and she combines them into one art!
These anklets/bracelets were just too good to pass up. My daughter's hit that age...16...what in the world am I going to fill her stocking with??? Of course, the usual items but I wanted handmade. I've already purchased some other items and this was the most recent.
I asked Meg to make it in my daughter's school colors...green and gold. I love it and I know my daughter will, too. Thanks, Meg!
Hope you come back for the final part of this series; to see the remaining two shops and what I purchased.