FussyCutting

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Valley Forge, Pennsylvania | 54 Sales

FussyCutting

Welcome to The FussyCutting Quilt Shop!

Valley Forge, Pennsylvania 54 Sales On Etsy since 2012

5 out of 5 stars (3)
Jordyn

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  • Katie on Jan 23, 2019

    5 out of 5 stars

    I received three burp cloths and a bandanna bib as a shower gift. After my son's arrival, I quickly realized how superior these burp cloths are to the others I had received! They are so absorbent, wash up well, and bonus! they're pretty! I quickly ordered three more. Jordyn shipped them right away! The quality is fantastic. Every new mom needs these!
    My son is still too small for the drool bib, but I'm sure I'll be ordering a bunch more when he starts getting teeth! Thanks Fussy Cutting!

  • agleischman1950 on Aug 27, 2018

    5 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful, yet practical and well made!
    Seller is very easy to work with. I know my new granddaughter won't care how pretty (and useful) they are, but her parents will!

  • Stephanie on Jul 3, 2018

    5 out of 5 stars

    Thanks for the super fast shipping! These match the rest of the new baby’s gift so well. They are very well made & I know the new Mom will love them!

About

When I was little I wanted to be a pioneer. I thought I was born in the wrong time. I would make myself long skirts, build myself shanty houses, mud pies, and “bean soup” all from things I found around our farm.

In college, a girl down the hall had a small sewing machine, I found some cute sheets at the local big box and turned them into a duvet cover and a futon cover. I had to have the cutest dorm room.

Well, a few years later in 2009 I was working in a job I didn’t love and one night I went to a big box and bought a cheap Singer Sewing Machine and made my first quilt. I didn’t know how to do anything! I cut it with scissors, I didn’t have a plan, I used cheap fabric. But, you know what that quilt is a treasured piece that I still use almost 10 years later.

I brought my sewing machine with me in the subsequent years moving from Missouri, to Ohio, to Louisiana, and finally landing in Pennsylvania. When I would move to a new city and didn’t know anyone I still had my sewing machine.

I learned more and more through blogs and YouTube tutorials, and you know what? Now, I have had quilts hung in quilt shows across the country. I make treasured heirloom quilts for friends and family, and I would love to make one for you too!

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  • Jordyn

    Owner

    Hello! I'm Jordyn the Head Maker over here at The FussyCutting Quilt Shop. I have made myself and my family every sewn item imaginable, so let me make something for you and your family!

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