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I first met Laura Kaufman from Baby K Threads a year ago at the Waterbury Farmer’s Market. Her stand at the market was filled with colorful clothes and accessories for little bitty babes. Laura and I got together with our kids recently and I loved to see her little girl walk into the room. Cute, hip, and more fashionable than me, in clothes made by her Mama.
Laura is a self taught seamstress. When she found out she was pregnant she set out to make clothes for her daughter. Word of her cute and creative clothes spread and she was urged to start selling them. Once she started to sell at the Farmer’s Market she says the “the response was both amazing and overwhelming”.
This busy mom spends her days filled with fun and adventure with her two year old, and her nights sewing. She is a regular at the Rutland Summer Farmer’s Market and can also be found at craft fairs and online. The best way to see where she is each week is to stay in touch with her via her Facebook page.
Laura’s best seller is her organic onesie. Take a look at a few of Laura’s onsies on some cute babes we know.
You will find up-cycled items used in Laura’s clothing. She uses men’s shirts, women’s skirts and corduroy pants for many of her scrappy hats and shoes. I was drawn to the patterns that Laura has chosen for her baby dresses, reversible pants, and bibs. They are fun, playful and modern.
Pretty cute stuff, right? Find the perfect baby gift from Baby K Threads or spoil your own baby with these soft, well made, and sewn in Vermont items. Laura would to share her work with you! She is hosting a giveaway for this adorable pair of baby booties. They are elastic and easy to slip on busy kicking feet. The soft blue/gray fabric would easily work for a baby boy or baby girl and should fit a baby up to 6 months. Enter this giveaway below!
You can find Laura at the Poultney Christmas Fair Nov. 23, 24 and the Moretown Artisan Sale on Dec. 8th. Also find her on Etsy and contact her if you need a custom item (I just did!). Thanks for sharing your adorable clothes with us Laura! Happy sewing!