My shop’s name is Bumbleberries Boutique but is found as “asundaygirl” on Etsy. I named it Bumbleberries because of a piece of pie I had once, bumbleberry pie. I had never heard of bumbleberries before and when I asked the waitress about it I was told that it was actually a bunch of berries combined. So I thought that was a perfect name for my shop as I planned to offer a lot of varied items.
I started my shop in March of 2009 and at that time I offered handmade items and designer fabric. It evolved to include tutorials of different variety. I offer tutorials on making beautiful fabric flowers and hair accessories. I also have unique purses and totes, as well as some tutorials of household items like baskets and potholders. And I still offer beautiful designer quilt weight yardage and precuts. I add original designs to my shop frequently.
Look for more tutorials on children’s/baby’s clothing and accessories. I get my inspiration from my two beautiful granddaughters. I have been sewing and crafting for as long as I can remember. I’ve made most of my daughters’ clothing, as well as my own, while they were growing up. I am interested in all kinds of crafting. I am a registered nurse but hope to be able to expand my business to be my primary focus.
*** Win A $10 Gift Card – Just visit Bumbleberries Boutique and then come back to this post and let us know what item you like best. The drawing will be held on Nov 30 at 10am Eastern.