SunnyPatchCottage

Alabaster Box Attire

Girard, Kansas

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Note from shop owner We're on vacation!! We'll be back up and running as soon as we're refreshed and the sewing machine is ready to run!

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Aug 27, 2021

We're on vacation!! We'll be back up and running as soon as we're refreshed and the sewing machine is ready to run!

Angie Abella

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Angie Abella

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About SunnyPatchCottage

Sales 199
On Etsy since 2008

Alabaster Box Attire.... Promoting Femininity and Motherhood One Stitch At A Time

Welcome to Alabaster Box Attire! Here we create feminine and modest pieces for girls and ladies of all ages.

Why feminine and modest? In our world of clothing that shows more than leaves to the imagination, we want to go against the grain. We want to hearken back to the times of pretty and modest clothing, flowing skirts and split skirts, aprons to help the cook/baker keep her nice clothes clean. Bits of whimsy, lace, ribbon, etc to brighten the piece and make it unique add to the femininity. Dainty and pretty doll clothes for the current styles in dolls also promotes feminine play for our little girls.

At this shop, it is safe to be a girl, a woman, and feminine.

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Shop members

  • Mrs. Abella

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Head Cook, Bottle Washer, Seamstress, Seam Ripper, You Name It!

    I'm a wife to dear hubby, mom and step mom to 3 teenagers, 4 overfed cats, and 1 beagle. We live in southern Kansas, and here in our home I work on hand quilted baby quilts, mug rugs, pieced aprons, modest skirts, split skirts, and so on.

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Last updated on Apr 11, 2018
Frequently asked questions
Care instructions

For items with lots of reds or blues, it's be great to use a color catcher (found in the laundry aisle) for the first wash or two. I tend to use them when I wash the quilts the first time, but sometimes a second time around with the color catcher is needed. This keeps the rich colors from bleeding off onto other colors and ruining the fabric.

Care instructions

For nursing covers, wash cold, cool, or warm, using your favorite detergent, and dry on low settings or on the line. This will preserve the boning in the front and prevent warping and give your cover longer life.