EsmaesStuff's Shop Announcement

knitted newborn pixie hats, baby socks, mary janes, baby lounge slippers (or booties), hats, scarves, baby sweaters, carnival coats, crocheted hats, scarves, ponchos, shrugs, car seat blankets, gift-wrapping...all year round!!

welcome to esmae's stuff! items listed are available for immediate shipping unless otherwise noted!!

we post pixie hats as we make them. if you think there is a drought, shoot us an email about your preferred color as we are likely in the middle of making a bunch to post and can make yours along with the rest!! pixie hats can be requested in colors other than what is shown on the website. if you'd like to see other pixie colors that we have done, please see the sold orders section for some ideas. you can also go to (blog) to see the hats ON actual little beans. please see our policies section for information on special requests/reserves!

this is the home of the original hidden message blankets (among other things..). these little blankets feature a hidden message from esmae. although she is frequently vague with her messages, she assures us that the recipients will know what the messages mean. a copy of each message is sewn inside the binding - where it will stay forever (and can't be seen) - and the second copy is stitched on the outside of the binding where it can be seen by the recipient and then removed so the message remains an heirloom "secret". enjoy these little blankets and their messages. they are a gift from esmae and a pleasure to make!

a must-see is the "Sock Snob Section." since grandma has started making these, we can't imagine ever having store-bought socks again. they are a perfect finish for a baby shower gift!

don't miss the car seat blankets, mary janes and knitted lounge slippers (booties)! they are a treat too!! if you need something gift-wrapped, send us a convo! esmae is a busy little bean. we're glad you could visit and we hope you'll stay a while! enjoy!!

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