Tuesday, 2 July 2013


I came across MissMollyCoddle and her fabulous designs a little too late for my children to benefit from Sarah's handmade loveliness, but that still did not stop me from entering her latest Facebook giveaway to win a $25 voucher for her store and...I won.

It was a fairly easy decision on how to spend it as I had spied these baby shoes on her blog recently and they seemed the perfect choice for my new nephew. I'm going to get my cool aunty badge after this *shines halo*.

They are lined in flannelette with corduroy soles, so should be quite soft and snuggly on his little feet. Isn't the fabric just so sweet? Sarah has an extensive range of baby shoes with a mixture of new and vintage prints; these are among my favourites for a little guy.

Did you notice the packaging? Here's a better view:

Too cute.

Sarah makes some really gorgeous, high quality garments for babies and young children, and if you are into the vintage vibe, you won't be disappointed. I've been an admirer of MissMollyCoddle's beautiful coats made from upcycled woollen blankets for a little while, and I love the embroidered linen details in some of her other items.
Photo from MissMollycoddle
Here are a couple more of my favourites:

Are you blinded by the sheer beauty of everything? Not yet?  To see more MissMollyCoddle goodness, Sarah sells her items through her Felt shop and on Trademe, or if you are in Wellington, Made.it are now proud stockists of her baby shoes so you can view them up close in their store.

Sarah profiles other creative talent in a new weekly series on her blog.  "A Cuppa With" is one of my favourite reads at the moment so pop on over and have a read for yourself.

I have showcased a couple of small businesses now; in case anyone was wondering, this is just something that I chose to do. None of the businesses have approached me or paid me to write about them and I will only ever profile the things that I personally love and would be proud for my children to wear or to have in my home.


  1. Lucky you winning the voucher. I have admired those coats for a while too!

    1. I know, it's quite a shock to see your own name written somewhere else. I seem to have struck a bit of a purple patch with giveaways recently, it's quite exciting really.

  2. She makes gorgeous goodies doesn't she?! Lucky you cool aunty!

    1. I love her fabric combinations. If I could just slow the process of my children growing up, I would be buying that mint coat for sure.

  3. these are such beautiful items - so special

    1. I agree, especially when many of the fabrics are vintage, you just know they are likely to be one-off items.


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