Stitch by stitch, her ideas become whimsical birthday outfits, blooming headbands and embellished baby wipes cases — even coffee cozies.
It’s a passion that was passed down to Rebekah Batson, now a mother of three who makes her own kids’ clothes.
“I grew up with a seamstress for a mother, an amazing seamstress,” Batson said. “She made my wedding dress and lots of my clothes when I was a kid.”
“She would kill me, but I always tell people she made her underwear in college and I just think that’s so cool!” Batson said.
From popular mustaches to mini Reese’s cups, Mrs. B is one busy bee.
|A Day in the Life of a Mortician|
|50 Years, 50 Toys|
|Chicago Shuts Down Innovative Business|
|They Harvest Christmas Trees By Helicopter?|
|UnBrella: Turning the Umbrella Upside Down|
|How to Embed Your Online Store Directly Inside Your Viral Videos|
|100 People you Should Follow on Twitter in 2014|
|How the heck does the stock exchange work, anyway?|
|This Video Will Make You Wish You Were an Entrepreneur in the 1980s|
|The Chinese Train That Never Stops|