Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Merry Fluffy Christmas Sponsor Spotlight *Baby Snickerdoodles*

It's time for the Sponsor Spotlights for MERRY FLUFFY CHRISTMAS!!! It's back again this year so get ready to enter some WONDERFUL giveaways on some WONDERFUL blogs!

Our first spotlight is from a wonderful Etsy shop Baby Snickerdoodles. She does a lot of wool. She crochets and she also does upcycled wool soakers and longies from sweaters!

I was made a wonderful pair of crochet longies

I was really worried about the wide gusset (crotch) for a while there. It just looked really wide and uncomfortable, but I tried them on a doll of Avery's and they fit pretty good. Didn't look uncomfortable or anything at all like I thought they would. 

I will admit I LOVE the look of crochet. I prefer the look over knit, but I learned how to knit and not crochet and knit takes less yarn so I'm good with that!
She made these in a newborn size for me and I just can't wait to put them on baby boy. I love the colors. Very boyish!
They are crocheted using Paton's Wedgewood wool which can be found at Joann's. 
I actually knit baby boy a sweater with the same yarn.

She has some other wonderful products 
She also does iSpy bags
And Chalk Mat Rolls

Very cool items!

Price: The Longies I received would be right around $40 if I sent yarn to her! 
Her upcycled wool longies like the pink and red above are just $14!! 

Overall: ***** her work is beautiful!

Merry Fluffy Christmas is December 1st-5th this year and there is ONE package per blog! So lots of goodies. 
For MFC Baby Snickerdoodles is giving away a Custom Soaker!! Worth $15!
*Disclaimer* I received an item directly from Baby Snickerdoodles in exchange for a review. I was not paid to try out these products*
A big thank you goes out to Baby Snickerdoodles for allowing me to review this product and offering a giveaway


Kristen said...

I can't wait to enter this one. I JUST got introduced to wool longies by reviewing for Merry Fluffy Christmas. I'm happy to have seen your spotlight post, I've never done one so now I know what to do,