When I started this business it was just me! But thanks to the continued success of the business I have engaged the help of some wonderful people. We all have fun sewing the sheets, blankets and bibs for you and your kiddos. We take pride in the choice of fabrics and the quality of our workmanship. We are human and we do make mistakes now and then and we are ready to make things right without question. If you are disappointed then we are too and we can’t have that. Now for the faces behind the stitches!
My name is Carol and I have been making sheets, blankets, pillowcases, and other items as requested since 2010. I learned to sew when I was very young – my mother sewed our clothes and she taught me “everything I know."
Andy, my son, is an artist who works with disabled young adults. You would be amazed at the beautiful art he inspires the kids to create. When he has time he comes in to cut out, sew, and ship orders. Who knew he could sew! He is modeling a prairie hat we made for a little girl.
This is his recent art piece. The kids did not have the manual dexterity to paint so he drew the SUV and they applied vinyl stickers that he acquired. Amazing! (the piece is really big so it does lose some of the detail but you get the idea.
Marty, my husband, is our chief quality control officer and number one folder. Marty loves to fly fish in the mountains of Colorado where we live and when he is gone we just let the sheets pile up until he returns. No one can do the job better so we wait for his return.
Alexa has been sewing sheets and blankets for years now. I have seen her two sons go through high school and now they are off to college. Alexa also has a daughter, Megan, and is expecting her first grandchild this year.
Janelle has been coming in and taking home a bag of sheets for a few years now. She has a wonderful husband, 4 kids (3 girls and 1 boy) and a grandchild on the way!! She has enjoyed sewing since she was a child, and had fun sewing alongside her Grandma. She also enjoys scrapbooking and going to the mountains with her family.
Update - Evan Elliott Gildner arrived on August 24th at 7:32 am. He is 6 lb 5.5 oz and 19 1/4" long. It is official - Janelle is now a Grandma!
I first met BJ when she was working at a local fabric store. She has been sewing all her life too. Although you can’t see her face – she is internet shy – you can’t miss her silver curls. (Yes, I am jealous!)
Mom sewed for me up until her 90th year. We have been next door neighbors for over thirty years so it was very convenient when I needed help to just walk next door with a pile of sheets and she would go to work. Sadly, mom passed away in September of 2016. I know everyone thinks they have the best mom in the world but I really did.