Viera, FL, United States
Welcome to my store! I'm Puckleberry and I LOVE to sew...and I'm damn good at it. ;)
Wool felt, machine embroidery, sewing, crochet, babies, nursery, children, hair bows, felt play food, ribbon, burp cloths, bow boards, Montessori, Waldorf
Skills and Techniques
Machine sewing, hand sewing, machine embroidery, graphic design and digitizing for embroidery, hair bow crafting, crochet, hair bow board crafting
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Get to Know
I'm a former defense financial analyst and small business consultant turned stay at home mama. I love to sew, embroider, and crochet, and share my crafts with my friends. After being told, "hey, you need to start selling these!" for the thousandth time, here I finally am!
I specialize in making hairbows for children and adults (with and without embroidery), 100% wool felt play food, kids' kitchen accessories, bow boards, burp cloths, official cornhole bags, and kitty cat accessories.
My burp cloths are especially popular because they're funny and geeky. Most of my artwork is completely original and done by me. If you have an idea for a design, contact me and I'll be happy to put it on a burp cloth for you! I also do regular monogramming too.
I love spending time with my fabulous husband and two young children; and in addition to crafting, I enjoy reading, working out, yoga, cycling, going to the beach, and hanging with my girlfriends.
Why am I called Puckleberry? My brother started calling me that waaaay back in the 1970s when I was a baby. He doesn't remember why, but he still calls me Puck. It either had something to do with Huckleberry Finn, or Puck from A Midsummer Night's Dream. I have nothing to do with a certain tween-ish TV show...I don't even watch TV!
Puckleberry is a registered trademark. Registered to me, ha. :D
I love to handsew felt food made from 100% wool felt and stuffed with wool. Will last for generations!
Hairbows are another favorite of mine to sew. I only sew my hairbows (unless otherwise specified, or unless its impossible). Better to create one item that will last a long time than several that will fall apart quickly!
Perky loops are fun too. Ladybug-inspired hairbow.
When creating a custom item, I always e-mail the client a rough out of their color selections.