Sprogtoggery

Artisan handmade knitwear for superlative babies

New Hampshire, United States · 325 Sales

Sprogtoggery

Artisan handmade knitwear for superlative babies

New Hampshire, United States 325 Sales On Etsy since 2006

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Jen Lacey

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Announcement   Sprog...what now? From the words "sprog" meaning "child" and "toggery" meaning "clothing." Thus, Sprogtoggery: "child clothing."

Sprogtoggery specializes in one-of-a-kind hand-knits that are as individual as every child. Each handmade item is designed to appeal not only to folks who appreciate fine, handcrafted clothing, but to those parents out there who are tired of the "same old" baby clothes and demand something as unique as they are.

Our home base is a small town in central New Hampshire, and we have been selling knitwear and accessories online since 2006. And when I say "we," I mean mostly "me", Jennifer Lacey. I am the designer of every garment and the artist-in-residence at Sprogtoggery. I design and create every item with my own two hands. I'm currently also the photography department, the marketing department, the shipping department, and I also try to stay on top of the laundry and the dishes from my home workshop here in the back corner of my kitchen.

Sprogtoggery originals are knit entirely by hand from fine, natural fibers like wool and cotton, and are designed to wear well and remain lovely for generations of use. The soles of the booties and all decorative accents are always made from 100% wool felt and every one of the embroidered details is done by hand. While designs may occasionally be repeated, no two garments are ever exactly alike.

We are especially pleased to have found a super-talented artist out of Los Angeles who supplies us with just the most perfect ceramic buttons imaginable. Sarah's buttons add just the right finishing touch that we had in mind when designing a line of truly special and totally artisan handmade clothing. Do visit FULTONandCO and see her fine craftsmanship for yourself.

Announcement

Sprog...what now? From the words "sprog" meaning "child" and "toggery" meaning "clothing." Thus, Sprogtoggery: "child clothing."

Sprogtoggery specializes in one-of-a-kind hand-knits that are as individual as every child. Each handmade item is designed to appeal not only to folks who appreciate fine, handcrafted clothing, but to those parents out there who are tired of the "same old" baby clothes and demand something as unique as they are.

Our home base is a small town in central New Hampshire, and we have been selling knitwear and accessories online since 2006. And when I say "we," I mean mostly "me", Jennifer Lacey. I am the designer of every garment and the artist-in-residence at Sprogtoggery. I design and create every item with my own two hands. I'm currently also the photography department, the marketing department, the shipping department, and I also try to stay on top of the laundry and the dishes from my home workshop here in the back corner of my kitchen.

Sprogtoggery originals are knit entirely by hand from fine, natural fibers like wool and cotton, and are designed to wear well and remain lovely for generations of use. The soles of the booties and all decorative accents are always made from 100% wool felt and every one of the embroidered details is done by hand. While designs may occasionally be repeated, no two garments are ever exactly alike.

We are especially pleased to have found a super-talented artist out of Los Angeles who supplies us with just the most perfect ceramic buttons imaginable. Sarah's buttons add just the right finishing touch that we had in mind when designing a line of truly special and totally artisan handmade clothing. Do visit FULTONandCO and see her fine craftsmanship for yourself.

Jen Lacey

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girlbird

girlbird on Dec 30, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

I love everything about this exquisite set! Delivery was fast and at a reasonable price. I just love the owner of the this store!

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Let Me Tell You About My Knitting

I set up a shop here in 2006 to sell some of my hand knits during the off-season of craft fairs.

I knit mostly with wool and other natural fibers, designing my own patterns and adapting classic designs as well. I was inspired to learn to knit by my Norwegian neighbor, and I'm proud to be carrying on a traditional art form.

You won't find anything mass-produced or hastily assembled in my shop. I knit every stitch personally with care and skill.

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Shop policies

Last updated on June 23, 2014
Welcome! Thanks for dropping in! Feel free to take a look around and I'll be right over here knitting if you have any questions.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
  • Money Order
Payment
I am happy to accept payment through Paypal or Direct Checkout via Etsy.
Shipping
I ship via USPS first class mail. The shipping amount covers handling charges as well as the actual shipping cost, such as insurance, packaging costs, the time it takes to prepare your package to go out, and my time at the post office. I always do my best to keep my shipping costs as low as possible.

I will ship internationally anywhere USPS ships. I am obliged to follow all customs regulations as they pertain to your package.

I generally ship within 24 hours and will let you know if there is any delay.
Refunds and Exchanges
I want you to be happy with your item. Please contact me if you have any issues with your order and we'll work together on making sure you're 100% satisfied.
Additional policies and FAQs
All the items in my shop are handmade by me and are knit from my own personal designs.

I am able to do some custom orders throughout the year, so please contact me if you have something in mind that you don't see in the shop.