Petite Stitchery & Co. Greenhouse-Inspired Photo Shoot and Giveaway: Fabric, Patterns, & Leather Accessories

Since pattern testers within Petite Stitchery & Co. are from around the world, the chances that three of us would be within 30 minutes of one another…in Michigan…was quite rare. Sofia Henderson (@esmeadelebowtique), Anna Durocher (@bizzy_bean_clothing), and I (Kutti Couture) decided to team up for a fun and colorful greenhouse photo shoot!

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Our sponsors included: Phat Quarters Fabrics (our fabric), Ali Jane & Co. (our accessories), and Petite Stitchery & Co. (our patterns)

**Read on to learn how you can WIN items from these three companies during our GIVEAWAY!!

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We were so happy to have Ali Jane join us as part of the photo shoot with their Michigan-handmade leather children’s accessories. The necklaces and little ankle cuffs were the girls’ favorite conversation piece!

These little ladies had so much fun together, forming instant bonds.

Pretty flowers and fabric does that to girls!

Dying to know what patterns we used in our shoot??? Let’s take a look!

#1: Laurel Knit Tunic & Dress (dress length with a cascading ruffle offers a trendy boho style; band for a neckline makes this pattern beginner-friendly, and cuffed sleeves add a pop of detail)

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#2: Ruby Romper (shorts length adds a sweet bubble look; paired with the crossover buttoned-strap back, this pattern is perfect for warm summer days and to show off those baby legs–or pair with the Sapphire layering top and long-pants option, the pattern works year-round)

#3: Mistletoe Dress (the short-sleeve option transforms this circle-skirt dress into the perfect summer style! There are no closures; the bodice is fully lined with a low-scoop back neckline).

#4: Poppy Skirt & Sapphire Layering Top (A Petite Stitchery favorite pair–the poppy pleated skirt and sapphire layering top make a sweet match indeed. Here, the Sapphire is sewn in tank style with flutters sewn as the sleeves, not gathered)

#5: Hazel Boho Blouse & Fawn Tuxedo Leggings (Another boho trend, the Hazel can be sewn with elastic to form a bubble sleeve or hemmed for a larger bell look, shown. Added pom detail offers another colorful and stylish element. Fawn tuxedo leggings include a stripe detail down the side; this gave me a chance to showcase little flamingos down the leg)

#6: Willow Tunic (this woven pattern includes a hi-low option with gathered back and sweet bias detail. It’s a perfect opportunity to use those gorgeous wovens and coordinates!)

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“Do not go where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path, and leave a trail.” – Unknown

The variety of fabrics from Phat Quarters enabled us to choose high-quality prints to match these little explorers’ styles!

**For a chance to WIN fabric from Phat Quarters, scroll on!

Oh, to be little girls!!!

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And they of course found treasures…

I’d say this is a good motto for us! “Plant Smiles, Grow Laughter, Harvest Love.”

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Ready for the GIVEAWAY????

Enter the Rafflecopter below for your chance to win from our 3 incredible sponsors!

CLICK THE RAFFLECOPTER GIVEAWAY HERE!!!

Our location: Van Atta’s Greenhouse in Haslett, MI.

Featured Seamstresses: Jennifer Jeremiah, Anna Durocher, and Sofia Henderson

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