MiniMade

Quality home decor and gift items.

Waterloo, Canada · 1784 Sales

MiniMade

Quality home decor and gift items.

Waterloo, Canada 1784 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars
(769)
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Miriam

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Announcement   My goal is to produce attractive, functional and affordable items that you will be proud to own or give to friends. I take pride in the consistent high quality of all my MiniMade products and trust you won't be disappointed.

Thank you for visiting my shop and please return soon.

Miriam

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Last updated on Jul 12, 2016

My goal is to produce attractive, functional and affordable items that you will be proud to own or give to friends. I take pride in the consistent high quality of all my MiniMade products and trust you won't be disappointed.

Thank you for visiting my shop and please return soon.

Miriam

Miriam

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Miriam

Quilted EpiPen Carry Case, Boxy Zippered Pouch
US$15.00
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5 out of 5 stars
(769)
sdivinetz

sdivinetz on Aug 28, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

As promised I received the case two days ago, absolutely love it! Finally able to keep my glasses protected and handy at all times. I read about the side pockets when ordering it but didn’t think much about them… now I can’t stop finding multiple uses for them as I move in and out of the house: very good, unobtrusive design with quality zipper for the side pockets. Detailed quilted stitching, excellent workmanship professionally made and exactly what I was looking for. Thank you!

Merisha Anderson

Merisha Anderson on Aug 25, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful, wonderful birthday gift! Also friendly and fast service and delivery :)

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Unique home decor and gift items

It seems that my life has been dedicated to sewing. I grew up in a Mennonite home in Wellington County, Ontario, Canada. My Mother was an accomplished seamstress, mostly out of necessity. With 8 daughters, and 6 sons as well, she sewed many dresses on her treadle sewing machine. They were made with only the most basic of patterns and then adjusted to meet the specific design requests of whomever the dress was for. They then had to be altered for the next girl in line and when there was no more life in the dress it was set aside to be incorporated into something else, probably a comforter or quilt. So my earliest recollections are of "unsewing" instead of sewing as I patiently unpicked seams for Mom so that she could take in or let out or salvage the bits of fabric still intact. I never did manage the intricacy of the treadle sewing machine but it was when I finally received the longed-for doll with real hair and eyes that closed that I started my sewing "career". A careful sorting of the materials in the scrap bag would produce just enough fabric for a pleated or gathered skirt or a simple little top and with needle and thread my doll soon had a wardrobe more extensive than my own! Years later while at school and with little or no money for clothing, I purchased a sewing machine and never looked back. My daughter was sent off to her first years in school wearing cute outfits....but she finally rebelled and asked for clothing like everyone else in her class! It was time to start satisfying my creative urges elsewhere! I started a home based business making and selling kitchen items. For years I mass produced pieced chair pads and matching placemats and runners as well as a variety of pot holders, tea cosies, wall hangings, table toppers and so much more. I now enjoy the creative aspect of putting together unique items, often made from vintage linens found at local auctions. These items now find a new life in the UP Collection for MiniMade ...... housewares and decor that is fashionable, practical AND makes the earth smile a big toothy grin!

"Old is the new NEW"

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