Sew Sweet Stitches

by Baby Half Off on June 1, 2012

When having a baby, one thing is for sure….they seem to grow up too quickly.  I know that my personal system of organization when it comes to baby clothes is needing some serious help.  Just when I have all of the 0-3 months clothes washed, folded and put away in their drawers, it feels like I’m turning around to pull out the 3-6 months clothes.  I feel surrounded by tubs of onesies, closets bursting with baby dresses that are too small, and end up procrastinating pulling out the newly grown-into sizes because it can feel messy and overwhelming.

Today’s Deal is featuring

Sew Sweet Stitches

 

and their Closet Dividers, helping assemble some sort of organization for your baby’s first year!  Along with the Closet Dividers, Sew Sweet Stitches also offers reusable cloth Nasty Napkins, adorable Circle Softies!

 

THE INFO:

Sew Sweet Stitches creates hand sewn items that are soft and special for your little one. Made with love for your little love.


 

Nasty Napkins

Nasty Napkins are the perfect eco-friendly reusable cloth wipe. Made from 100% cotton these flannel wipes are super soft and can clean up any mess from boogies to bottoms. They can be used dry or wet. just use, wash and reuse.

Each Set includes 4 wipes consisting of 2 layers of coordinating flannel that are double stitched for extra durablity.

 

Circle Softies

A perfect little play toy for those little hands. they wont mind snuggling against this soft minky fabric, complete with ribbon tags for baby to feel and suck.  This can be attached to any car seat, stroller or just about anything else with a simple plastic baby ring  (not included) to prevent from falling on the dirty ground.
approximately 6″ round

 

Closet Dividers

Closet dividers make sorting all those new baby clothes a simple task, perfect for any new mom, just hang them on your closet rod and you are ready to go for a full year!
Fits standard closet rod, inner space is approximately 1.25″ wide

 

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