To call something both delicate and sturdy would seem like I’ve lost my mind, but both played heavily into my choice of the scarf from Jaybird Designs that my daughter’s been wearing around town this winter.
Jaybird designer Jennifer has an eye for creating crocheted clothes that scream “put this on my child.” Where I used to look at crocheting as an art best left to grannies with a knack for hooking out some blankets, Jennifer’s Jaybird Designs are fresh, fun and yet perfectly in sync with childhood. The stitches are tight, the fabric just right, and they’ll hold up to whatever your little one has in store (blanket forts anyone?).
Warm up the winter for your favorite kid with one of her sweaters – handmade to order as a shrug, wrap or in the funky signature Jaybird style with bell sleeves for little girls who want a touch of something different – or order up a present for the rest of the family.
Want some help getting there? A $20 gift certificate to Jaybird Designs could be stuffed in one commenter’s stocking. Just head over to the shop, browse around, and tell me what you’ll be picking up and for what member of the family. Get extra entries by grabbing my badge and/or blogging about this contest and all 13 Days of Giveaways (remember to leave the link in comments as well).
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