Children s Clothing Part 3: Dressmaker, dressmaker, make me a dress!

I’m sure your mum/grandmother can tell you stories about making clothes themselves – a skill that is becoming rare! It makes sense to outsource many home skills for progress (we couldn’t expect working mums to also be crafting cupcakes every day and sewing clothes and crocheting tablecloths and growing expansive gardens…!) and yet I also feel sad that I cannot sew or knit (yet!). However, the owners of these businesses CAN! They’re mumpreneurs who have a talent, and they’ve turned it into a hobby or business making children’s clothing! Supporting NZ local businesses is a passion of mine – I would far rather be dressing my babes in homemade clothes than the chain store stuff! If you do too, check out some of these fab online shops for your children’s clothes!   pixieLittle Pixies Closet makes Pjs, dresses and matching dolls outfits, bibs, baby clothing, toys and other sewn goodies!

Merino Clothing for children from newborn to age 7. Hoodies, tops, singlets, leggings and beanies.

Lily Grace makes beautiful dresses, skirts and pants for little girls. and

Les Pommes Rouges Creations makes gorgeous



Betsy&Fred have skirts, dresses, ragdolls, purses and other treats! and

The RubyLou Shop has gorgeous pants from birth to age 5!

Toast Clothing has beautiful upcycled items for younger babes, as well as gorgeous brooches for mum. She wraps all parcels beautifully too!

CoochyCoo for NZ made merino! and

Beautiful clothing and accessories and

Arlie Girl makes gorgeous pants – if only they came in my size!!

Little Fae Handmade have beautiful little dresses!!!












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