Whats New This Week

It has been a crazy busy wedding season...

and as busy as we are...

Slowly but surely new products are arriving, alot of one of a kind and some fun pieces with a dozen or so available!

Here ya go!

P.S. if your local...
you can now find Pepperblossom Products at the vintage boutique,

(click HERE to see more of what you can find)

located @ 702 w. Montecito Ave. Phoenix, AZ
It is on 7th Ave. north of Indian School on the NorthWest corner of Montecito. The storefront will be on the rightmost side!

and that is right next to the fabulous

Hollywood Regency
(which any of you would be obsessed with I promise... its 100% vintage... but its all great quality from wedding dresses to hats and trunks! Everything is wonderful shape!)

Happy Shopping!

now here is some eye candy...

Diy - Sleeping Bag aka Infant Sleepsack

My son kicks his blankets off ALWAYS. So when we go camping or even for just at night it is nice to know I now have something to stay on him no-matter what... and the tough part about having no mobility... solved.

I made it open at the bottom with velcro for a few reasons.
  • For diaper changing
  • So his legs can slide out if he wants to move around
  • and for convenience
So here is my simple tutorial. Promise its So easy!!

Materials Needed:
  • 2 Fabrics (amount depends on child. I used one yard of each for this project) also pay attention to weight of fabrics.... for warmer pick a flannel for lighter probably dont pick minky.
  • 4 Buttons
  • Velcro
  • Double sided Iron-on adhesive (for owl)
  • pants shirt and socks from child for measurments

Lets get started.

Step 1.
I like to use Tissue Paper to make a pattern. So lay out Tissue Paper on hard Surface (use 2 sheets if you need and tape together) and lay out shirt, pants and socks for length Measurment and trace. I added about 3 or 4 inches length so it can grow with him for a little while.

Trace wide leaving room for seam allowance. 1/4 inch- 1/2
Add straps to tracing at the top.

Step 2
Cut on fold of fabric to skip sewing one side. Repeat with lining Fabric.

Step 3
Place face sides together and pin.
  • dont forget to leave a pull through opening for turning right side out
  • The arrow at top shows where to cut for arm opening
Sew .

Step 4 -
Again turn Right sides together (brown) and sew around edges.

Step 5 - Sew in velcro at shoulder straps and bottom of bag.

And its embellishments from here! Add any shape you want and covor velcro with buttons if its your forte! Happy sewing!!

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