Miss Sabby Knits

Check out these cuties modeling for my Etsy store, Miss Sabby Knits. I have been knitting since college. I have a whole bin of things I’ve knitted throughout the years. I’ve sold on Etsy years ago, but this time I’m doing it for a hobby. I’ll be adding items as I knit them. I’ve decided that the one thing that everyone loves is a good winter hat. So, I’ve decided to sell “The Winter Hat” with the customizable embellishment. Check it out!

One of my favorite knitting patterns was inspired by a pattern I found for free on Ravelry. Read about it here.

Also, I am not a photographer. HOWEVER… I did take these pictures of my boys with my iphone and I love the way they turned out. Here is what I did if you want to achieve the same look:

  • Purchase a chunky knit hat. You can purchase the one my boys are wearing in my Etsy store here.
  • set a chair (mine was a white wooden chair) by a window with natural light.
  • set kid in chair without the light (sun beams) directly on their face or body.
  • say cheese 🙂
  • use the “photoshop express” app (adobe PS express)
  • filter the photo with “HicontrastBW”
  • admire your cuties!

Delicate Findings

Delicate Findings
Isabel Valadez: http://www.delicatefindings.com

How absolutely stunning is this bracelet!? Go check out my friend Isabel’s website and blog here. Her her Etsy page is up and she is taking orders! Here is a little excerpt about her and her products:

I have always had a passion for creativity as well as aspects of business. Running a little shop of my own was always in the back of my mind. So, why not incorporate my creativity and manage all at the same time?! Well, it all began after a quick shopping trip at Joanns….well maybe more like a two hour shopping trip. I wanted to create a product that expressed my creative side by finding what truly makes me “different”. Creating and crafting has been a part of me all my life, from dancing, to painting, it has always been there in some way. I came up with the idea to make bracelets. Each chain and every bead incorporated has its own unique look. No one bracelet is the same. Just like no one person is the same….

-Isabel Valadez, Owner of Delicate Findings 

delicate findings
Isabel Valadez: http://www.delicatefindings.com