Neenah, WI, United States
Welcome! Potato Blossom Studio brings you handmade boutique gifts, lovingly designed and sewn in Wisconsin.
quilting, sewing, play, fusible quilting, montessori, declutter, beautiful toys, natural parenting, simple childhood, luxury toys, playroom organization, purses
Skills and Techniques
machine quilting, micro-stippling, obsessive fabric purchasing, painting, hand-stitching, free motion quilting,
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Get to Know
Katrina Robb is a Mompreneur, turning her love for beautiful fabrics into beautiful boutique heirloom toys and accessories for girls and boys of all ages. She has been designing creations since she was child herself. She has a passion for helping families simplify childhood. Overwhelmed with the mountain of plastic broken junk that her own children accumulated, she realized that she was not alone. Moms told her how they want their children's play spaces to be beautiful. They want quality toys. They want safe toys. They do not want more clutter. Gifts need to become special memories, not eyesores! Every Potato Blossom Studio creation is sewn with love.
Toddler purses, quality aprons, heirloom doll quilts, custom fabric jewelry, luxury tooth fairy pillows and fabric party decor are just a few of the items that can be purchased from my online shop.
Welcome to PotatoBlossomStudio.com
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One of the horrors of doing craft shows is the submission of the "making your craft" photograph. I literally had 5 minutes to get in an electronic application, so I begged the hubby to snap my picture. It was a hot, muggy day. I have frizzy hair. I am a cheapskate who does not like to turn on our 35 year old air conditioner. Why am I posting it on here for the whole world to see? Do I have no shame? Apparently not. I do love my Juki, though. Good girl, Juki.
Here in Wisconsin we have a very short growing season, so the gardening obsessed get overly involved during the summer. Perhaps I was insane for trying to grow Rosa Bianca eggplant in my front yard. Insanity occasionally pays off!