Babyville Boutique Celebrates 1 Year With a Giveaway!

facebooktwittergoogle_plusmail

Article written by guest author Ellie Joos.

Babyville Boutique is 1 Year Old and to celebrate, we want to give one lucky reader of All About Cloth Diapers a special gift of products for sewing diapers and other baby items from these adorable fabrics and matching accessories!

We have been busy this past year and enjoyed seeing the many posts and pictures on our facebook page. Not only that, we have been developing new products that are now arriving in major fabric stores and independents nationwide.

Additionally, we are delighted that our original line of Babyville products will be available to more and more moms now in select Wal-Mart stores.

“Cowbaby” and “Robots” are brightly colored prints that will appeal to little cowboys and cowgirls alike. “Sassy Cheetah” and “Sassy Dots” are just right for the fashionable babies and their moms that love perky, cheerful animal motifs.

Babyville Boutique now has a Stay Dry Wicking Fabric sold by the yard, a perfect lining fabric to use with diapers and other projects that call for an athletic wicking fabric. Diaper wearing babies may not appreciate the charm of the new diaper pins, however their moms will smile at the cute animal heads on these pins.

Best of all, we now have three new patterns, the Ultimate Pocket Diaper, Simply Soakers, and Totally Trainers, designed by an accomplished diaper making mom, only available exclusively through Babyville Boutique.

Additionally, two new books, 51 Babyville Boutique Projects and 51 PUL Projects are packed with clever, fun and functional, projects that are quick and easy. From backpacks and rainhats, to doggie coats and storage containers, Babyville Boutique products can be used for so many more projects beyond diapers.

Be sure to enter below for your chance to win this great assortment of diaper making products, books, and accessories.

Babyville Boutique blog is FULL of valuable information!! Check out the tutorials they have! I’m very impressed.

If you’d like to learn more information about the launch of Babyville Boutique check out the post written last year called Cloth Diaper Kits Coming to JoAnns, Walmart and Hobby Lobby.

This venture has been such a blessing to the cloth diaper community.  More exposure to the ease of entering into the cloth diapering world is always a good thing.

I am beyond impressed with the success and growth Babyville Boutique has had in its first year.  Congratulations, Babyville Boutique, and Happy Birthday!
a Rafflecopter giveaway


facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssinstagram
, , , ,

About Autumn Beck

Autumn is a wife, mother, homeschool teacher, friend and most important a follower of Christ. She began cloth diapering in 2005 and has experienced many joys and trials throughout the years. You can read more from Autumn over at https://www.facebook.com/beautifullyblessedlashes.

View all posts by Autumn Beck

Subscribe

Subscribe to our e-mail newsletter to receive updates.

advert

251 Responses to “Babyville Boutique Celebrates 1 Year With a Giveaway!”

  1. Amy Bailey Says:

    I have not yet tried to make a cloth diaper but would love to some time :D

    Reply

  2. lindsay Says:

    I have turned a prefold into a fitted but it wasn’t perfect!

    Reply

  3. Michelle J. Says:

    I have some material to try my hand at some fitteds but am practicing my stitching with wipes first. ;)

    Reply

  4. Kristina S Says:

    No I have never tried before but I would love to

    Reply

  5. danielle Says:

    I have been thinking about it for a while, just haven’t felt brave enough yet. This seems like it will open the door for some that would never have considered it before.

    Reply

  6. Stephanie Says:

    Haven’t done it yet, b ut I’d really love to try with this!!

    Reply

  7. Emily Says:

    Never tried to make one…..yet…

    Reply

  8. April Schubert Says:

    I haven’t made any cloth diapers yet (this baby will be our first experience with CDing), but this would be excellent to win since I already planned on buying some Babyville materials.

    Reply

  9. beki lozano Says:

    no i have not made a cloth diaper but would love to try one of these days!

    Reply

  10. Breanne Says:

    No I haven’t

    Reply

  11. Maryn Says:

    I’ve never made a cloth diaper, but those supplies are so cute that I’d love to give it a try!

    Reply

  12. Jessica Y Says:

    I love this stuff!!! I have made a few diapers from these and they are great.

    Reply

  13. Tabatha Says:

    I just saw Babyville Boutique products yesterday at a fabric store and am very interested in making my own cloth diapers! I’ve never cloth diapered before but with my little one on the way I’m excited to try it out:)

    Reply

  14. Megan Ray Says:

    I have not made my own diapers yet but would really like to give it a try!

    Reply

  15. Caroline Says:

    I haven’t ever tried to make a cloth diaper but I definitely think I could!

    Reply

  16. Gail D Says:

    I have made them in the past and would love to start back up again but cannot afford supplies. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Reply

  17. Sarah Butcher Says:

    I have made covers NB Sm Md LG and toddler I have made pocket diapers soakers doubler pads cloth wipes.It went badly the 1st few then got much better and have6-8 that have done quite well.

    Reply

  18. Jessica O Says:

    I have been wanting to but my fabric stores near me never have anything I need and am leary of buying online for this stuff! Would love to win!

    Reply

  19. Nicole Gutermann Says:

    I’ve made a few fitteds which turned out pretty good, but not perfect and several fleece soakers, which I have sold. I would love to be a WAHM someday so I would love this prize!

    Reply

  20. Tiffany Says:

    I haven’t yet but I hope to attempt to make a cover this week since my Mother-in-law bought me a pattern.

    Reply

  21. sarah kl Says:

    No, I’ve never made one.

    Reply

  22. Christina G Says:

    I have not yet made one, but I have a pattern and am planning on it!

    Reply

  23. Kara Says:

    I have never made a cloth diaper but I am learning!

    Reply

  24. Melissa Says:

    I’ve never even used a sewing machine! But I have a ton of fleece in my closet from the clearance rack and I’m so tempted to give it a try.

    Reply

  25. CoffeeBlue Says:

    I never have. I’m neither that brave nor that talented.

    Reply

  26. mechele johnson Says:

    I recently started learning to make cloth diapers. Pocket diapers. My first one sucked! The second a little better, and I am currently trying a third. So far so good! I could certainly use a package like this! Thank you for the super awesome giveaway!

    Reply

  27. chelsea Says:

    i’m looking for the perfect pattern! any ideas?

    Reply

  28. Natalie H Says:

    yes, but I’m still hunting for the perfect pattern!

    Reply

  29. barnold Says:

    Nope I’ve never made one.

    Reply

  30. Trisha Barnes Says:

    I have made one fitted that turned out horrible, and several pocket inserts that I love!

    Reply

  31. Leona Says:

    I haven’t tried, but certainly hope to repair my own if the need arises.

    Reply

  32. Laura Says:

    Never in my life, but I would love to try!

    Reply

  33. Katy Says:

    I haven’t made one yet, but I have some friends who are currently making them!

    Reply

  34. Jenna Burris Says:

    i have never tried to make a cloth diaper I am not that crafty. I leave it to the pros

    Reply

  35. Bekah Kuczenski Says:

    Not yet, but I really want to start making my own ;)

    Reply

  36. Julie L. Says:

    I have not tried to make my own diapers, but I would love to know how!

    Reply

  37. stacey Says:

    I’ve never made a cloth diaper… but I’d like to!

    Reply

  38. Leslie Says:

    Not yet but am hoping to soon!!

    Reply

  39. jamie davis Says:

    i just started making my own fitteds using the babyville patterns. im not the most accomplished sewer that ever was but im learning.

    Reply

  40. Jen Says:

    Yes I’ve made cloth diapers and they turn out great! I just wish my machine could keep up!

    Reply

  41. Jodi J Says:

    I have made cloth diapers and they fit great. I also enjoy making them. But… I’ve never used PUL, I’d love to but I always thought it was so hard to find locally, I’ll have to look for Babyville.

    Reply

  42. Kait Says:

    I’ve never tried, but I do like to sew

    Reply

  43. Christina Says:

    I love making cloth diapers! Much less expensive than disposables or even buying cloth, and I can customize them for my children.

    Reply

  44. Krista C. Says:

    I’ve made a few. They’re not that hard, really! I plan on never buying a diaper again. It’s cheaper and I make them just how I want them!

    Reply

  45. Anne Sweden Says:

    I made a doll diaper for my little girl from an old prefold. It was hard sewing the velcro on because I think I used the wrong kind of needle. The edges of the diaper look a little rough, but it does the job and my daughter puts it on her bears all the time.

    Reply

Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1. A Few Tips on Sewing Your Own Cloth Diapers from Babyville Boutique {Plus HUGE Giveaway!} | All About Cloth Diapers - March 12, 2014

    […] post is written by Ellie Joos of Babyville Boutique. She also posted with us back in 2012 for their one-year anniversary! Click here to check out their website for more great project […]

Leave a Reply