New baby clothing designs and accessories

Above is a children's wrap around dress.  Showing you the front and back plus they are reversible.  They come in sizes 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, and 5/6. 
These wrap around dresses are all 100% cotton.  In addition I will be posting many other colors.  If interested, please give us a call and
we will check on size availability for each clothing.   Please note we may be low on certain colors.  
I will be posting additional wrap dresses below here.

Below this line, we will be featuring children's tie knot dresses.  Again, the sizes are as follows: 12/18, 2/3, 4/5, 6/7.
These are 100% cotton non-reversible dresses.  You can also wear them as tops with some cute pants.  Price $39.99

The next collection below, will be the racer-back jersey cotton dress.   Washes and dries beautifully just like your t-shirts.   
Sizes are: 2/3, 4/5, and 6  Price: $36.99

This next collection below is our sleep-saks  for newborns 0-3 months.  They are either organic jersey knit cotton or jersey knit cotton.
You will notice some of these sleep-saks have baby caps which can be made for any outfits that you select.  Again, fabric is so soft and 
washes beautifully.   These  organic sleep-saks are priced at $39.99 and the regular jersey knit is $36.99.

These cute baby hats are organic and non-organic made of jersey knit.   Organic is priced at $14.00 and regular jersey knit is $10.00.
Here are just a few of many hats that are in our store.

Changing Pads

Well, with the new colors I've gotten I just couldn't wait to make some changing 

Below is a sample of a few of them for you to see.
changing pads
 I love Art Gallery fabric. I don't care what anyone says, I think it has the most Lush 
beautiful feel of fabric that I have ever felt!

 The one in that blue gray color with the branches of birch trees in it it is 
the most beautiful fabric.
 It Is by Caratini Ratchet Le. She is a designer at Art Gallery and her stuff is
 simply different and gorgeous. 
I make these changing pads with a wet dry liner so that when you turn them over it is 
softer for the baby's head, but then if there is a little accident it will hold them
 because there is a plastic background. I should not say plastic; it is some kind
 of polyurethane that keeps it from leaking through, which is what you want. Then 
you can simply roll it up, take it home and throw it in the wash for a little while
 It is just what everybody wants: easy wash and dry. I think that it is better to hang
iit dry if possible because of the plastic. Too much heat might make 
it shrink. 
I also got some beautiful elastics from a real good friend of mine. 
She sells elastic and the colors that came with these are just perfect for all 
the stuff I was making.
 Well, I hope you enjoy them. Hope to see you all soon,


We’ve started a whole new month and the clues of spring have started to appear. I am always happy to have the flowers coming up and I love to feel the weather change from cold to cool.
As you can see from the pictures we are all set for Easter here at Razberry Threads.


We have filled our window with lots of bunnies. We just got in Bunnies on the Bay which are the sweetest, softest little stuffed animals and baby toys that you could ask for.
I have bunnies and lambs and puppies in little blankies and binkie covers.
My favorite bunny that came in is cream and he is absolutely the most beautiful thing that I have ever seen and he is so soft and I just want to carry him around and never put him down.
You all should come by the store to see all the new items that we have and buy something for your little one to put in their Easter basket- something that will last longer than the candy will.
I will be going down to Florida soon to see if I can sell any of my clothes to the stores there to increase the visibility of my line. Now that it is getting to summer there again it will be time for the stores to start selling their play dresses again.
Talk to you all soon,
Easter Joy

Jesus came to earth,
To show us how to live,
How to put others first,
How to love and how to give.

Then He set about His work,
That God sent Him to do;
He took our punishment on Himself;
He made us clean and new.

He could have saved Himself,
Calling angels from above,
But He chose to pay our price for sin;
He paid it out of love.

Our Lord died on Good Friday,
But the cross did not destroy
His resurrection on Easter morn
That fills our hearts with joy.

Now we know our earthly death,
Like His, is just a rest.
We’ll be forever with Him
In heaven, where life is best.

So we live our lives for Jesus,
Think of Him in all we do.
Thank you Savior; Thank you Lord.
Help us love like you!

By Joanna Fuchs


Well, another week has gone by and I spent all day Sunday after church working in my craft room. I have a new sewing amchine that came in- a new surger. My husband spent four hours putting it together the other night. So it is together, but I need to make room in my sewing room for it.
I ordered some shelving that is going to hold the majority of my fabric. I have way too much fabric, about seventy five bolts (just at home, not counting what is at the store). I have two shelves coming in. They are six feet wide by seven feet high. They should be here tomorrow so that I can start getting everything in place.
Then I am going to stick the new sewing machine in the middle of the floor and put my cutting area right next to it, which will hopefully give me enough room to walk around it. Plus I will be able to sew and cut at the same time (Yes, I am wonderwoman! Haha).
I also need room for my coverstitch machine which I am still trying to figure out.
I am so excited about my new machine though; I tried it out today and it works beautifully, and it is so quiet that you do not even realize that it is running. It is unbelievable.
Now I can start on all my new products. I already started on my swaddle blankets today. I have a new fabric from Micheal Miller with gorgeous colors. I prewashed some of it to see what it would look like/ feel like. It came out really soft and crinkly and just lush.
Well, I guess that is all for now. I just wanted to tell you about my new room and sewing machine. I will post a picture when it gets done.

Artist’s Life


Wheeler Wilcox

Of all the waltzes the great Strauss wrote,
mad with melody, rhythm–rife
From the very first to the final note,
Give me his “Artist’s Life!”

It stirs my blood to my finger ends,
Thrills me and fills me with vague unrest,
And all that is sweetest and saddest blends
Together within my breast.

It brings back that night in the dim arcade,
In love’s sweet morning and life’s best prime,
When the great brass orchestra played and played,
And set our thoughts to rhyme.

It brings back that Winter of mad delights,
Of leaping pulses and tripping feet,
And those languid moon-washed Summer nights
When we heard the band in the street.

It brings back rapture and glee and glow,
It brings back passion and pain and strife,
And so of all the waltzes I know,
Give me the “Artist’s Life.”

For it is so full of the dear old time–
So full of the dear friends I knew.
And under its rhythm, and lilt, and rhyme,
I am always finding–you.


Toddler Sleep Set

Well, on Saturday morning I got up really early because I had an idea for a new set for newborns- a sleep sack and a hat and my new drool bib. I got in this great organic elephant print from birch fabrics which is so plush; it has a real softness to it. I pre-washed it, and then I added a wonderful pink and grey striped fabric. The pink is so soft that you almost can not tell that it is pink. It is muted and lush and feels like heaven.
I made the cutest drool bib with the elephants on the front and the stripe on the back and I think that I am going to keep making these because they are just so soft and wonderful. You can keep it around the child’s neck more often because it is so comfortable.

I found a pattern for it earlier, but I did not like it so I revised it. I changed it so that there was less fabric on the back of the baby’s neck. I like it better this way. You all will have to tell me if you agree next time you come in the store.
But the whole thing we sell as a set now. As shown below:


I hope to see you all soon.

Baby Face
by Carl Sandburg

WHITE MOON comes in on a baby face.
The shafts across her bed are flimmering.

Out on the land White Moon shines,
Shines and glimmers against gnarled shadows,
All silver to slow twisted shadows
Falling across the long road that runs from the house.

Keep a little of your beauty
And some of your flimmering silver
For her by the window to-night
Where you come in, White Moon.

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