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Hi and welcome to my little store!

My name is Sharon, I am married to my best friend and we have a little boy.

My son is the whole reason why I started this adventure. I saw a wipe case somewhere online and thought, wow, that's kinda cool. So I started searching for a baseball one to go with my diaper bag. I couldn't seem to find one that I liked that was for a boy or wasn’t outrageously priced. There weren’t many boy patterns to choose from. I was like ok, maybe I can make one. So I looked online for instructions or a pattern of some sort. I finally found a website that sketched out a rough idea on how to make one of these cases. I needed fabric, an empty wipe case, hot glue, trim, etc. OK..here we go.

So I set off on an adventure to a widely known…

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  • Born on December 17
  • Joined October 15, 2008

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About

Hi and welcome to my little store!

My name is Sharon, I am married to my best friend and we have a little boy.

My son is the whole reason why I started this adventure. I saw a wipe case somewhere online and thought, wow, that's kinda cool. So I started searching for a baseball one to go with my diaper bag. I couldn't seem to find one that I liked that was for a boy or wasn’t outrageously priced. There weren’t many boy patterns to choose from. I was like ok, maybe I can make one. So I looked online for instructions or a pattern of some sort. I finally found a website that sketched out a rough idea on how to make one of these cases. I needed fabric, an empty wipe case, hot glue, trim, etc. OK..here we go.

So I set off on an adventure to a widely known fabric/craft store, which I really have never stepped foot into and when I did, I just never paid attention. Boy did I pay attention this time and was that a mistake for my wallet! I was looking at all the patterns, textures, styles and was a bit overwhelmed. I narrowed it down to quilting cotton fabrics, since that’s what the website told me to go towards. After and hour of trying to narrow it down to one fabric, I found a baseball pattern that I loved. However, I had no idea what to ask for, how much, and what in the world was a fat quarter? So I had a crash course at the store and the poor lady must have thought I was crazy. I asked for a yard, since I didn’t know at the time that I could ask for smaller amounts and then wandered down the trim aisle. I picked out a skinny trim, which I found out later was too thin and didn’t cover up much, and I was out the door.

My first run at the case was pretty bad, but I practiced a couple times, bought a thicker trim, and fine-tuned my technique. I showed my hubby and he thought that it looked great and that I should try and sell them. So that’s where I am now. :) I have tons a patterns, I am always looking for new patterns and welcome custom orders. :) I strive to have the hottest patterns and trends while keeping my prices as low as I can so that anyone can afford them. I hope you enjoy looking around. :)

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