This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Babyville Boutique. All opinions expressed are my own.
Are you the crafty type that loves to peruse craft stores?
Do you like to sew?
Have you ever tried your hand at making your own cloth diapers or accessories?
If you answered “Yes!” to any of those, you have probably heard of Babyville Boutique. But just in case you haven’t, here’s a little background on the company!
Babyville Boutique is about sewing and crafting for your family, friends and pets. Babyville was “born” when a new generation of parents embraced an emerging lifestyle trend of wanting healthier and environmental friendly products for their baby. As more families became conscience of this lifestyle choice, many creative moms began sewing cloth diapers for their babies and toddlers for both social and economic reasons. As a leader in the creative industry, we recognized the need to develop a product line that allowed these modern sewists to easily find and successfully use the products they needed.
After cloth diapering for a couple of years AND finally teaching myself to sew a bit, I decided it was time to try to make my own cloth diapers and accessories. Unfortunately, I didn’t find the fabulous cloth diaper tutorials on Babyville Boutique until recently, so I never successfully made my own cloth diapers, but I did manage to create a fabulous project with Babyville Boutique PUL… DIY Waterproof Cloth Trainers!
But don’t think that adorable printed and solid colors of PUL is all that Babyville Boutique has to offer the modern seamstress – oh no! Take a look at the wide variety of products that now, including: Snaps, Ribbon, Elastic, Patterns, and Instructional Booklets and much more!
You can find Babyville Boutique products at your major craft retailers like Joann, Hancock Fabrics, and even on Amazon.com! Be sure to connect with Babyville Boutique through social media as well – you’ll stay in the know about new products, giveaways, projects and tutorials by following them on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest!