Welcome to Tulips and Turnips - Handmade for Baby!
The place of my creative journey. Most of my posts,
at least so far, have been about the processes involved
in starting a new business on my own.
My hopes are to have a few tutorials each month,
a giveaway each month, and previews of new items
and ideas, and various ramblings by me. Please feel
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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

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A photo of one of my packages. There are a few more as you scroll down. This one still needs it's bib and / or burp cloth. I am thinking about making changing pads to go with each package. Tomorrow I'm going to try and finish up some of the other packages I have been working on and post some more photos. Some of my favorite ones are almost done. I hit a little lull because I had house guests and was feeling busy. I am working on getting some more color varieties of onesies to choose from, so far I have a bright pink, blue, green, and white. I will try to post some colored onesies soon. I do not wash any of the clothing but I do wash the fabric I use for everything else because I want it to be true to form once it is sewed. I always use eco-friendly, natural laundry soap. All of the clothing I use for my projects are Organic.

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My name is Shawn and I am a stay at home Mom of two boys and also a student. After many years of school and a Master's degree in Psychology, I decided to go back to school for Lactation Consulting. I spend most of my time with my children, and working on my sewing projects. Currently the sewing projects have to due with my little side business of making things for babies, which will be the main focus of this blog. I also love spending time with my husband but I see him very little now because he is busy with work and paramedic training. We have been together ten years now and married five! I love making things for special people in my life, I feel like it's something I can do to stay connected and maybe they will think of me when they see the blanket, pillow, curtain, or whatever else I have made. Since I am a somewhat introverted kind of person sewing seems to fit me, it's a way to express myself creatively, and put love into each piece, for each person. My life is quite challenging at times but I make sure to think about things I am grateful for each day.