Florals and pastels in spring collection from Sew Cute

Sew Cute Handmade will present a spring collection of clothing and accessories for newborns, toddlers and children at Country Lifestyle.

Bespoke children’s clothing hand made in Wagga by Sew Cute Handmade will be available in the latest spring prints and colours at Country Lifestyle.

Sarah Feeney produces her Sew Cute Handmade range for newborns, toddlers and children from her studio in Wagga.

Originally from Junee, Sarah studied clothing production, fashion design and textiles at Wagga TAFE.

She went on to work in retail but began making child’s clothing as gifts for friends.

Sarah was encouraged to turn her passion into a business eight years ago while living in Townsville with her husband Lachlan.

“When I had my daughter, Charlotte, I decided not to go back to work but concentrate on the business from home,” she said.

The couple moved from Townsville to Tasmania, then to Darwin and on to Wagga.

Sarah describes her clothing collection as stylish, timeless designs.

“I mostly use florals in 100 per cent cotton for the girls, from newborn to age eight, and boys, newborn to three years,” she said.

“My designs are pieces that won’t date and can be handed down.”

The Sew Cute Handmade collection includes dresses, rompers, skirts, bloomers, tops, shorts, bottoms, hair accessories and even matching dolls bedding and clothing.

Sarah also produces quality bibs, swaddles and wraps.

“All clothing can be mixed and matched between summer and winter collections,” she said.

The couple visited the field days last year, putting Sarah on a course of planning to be a first time exhibitor this year.

“I will have my spring collection at Henty of dresses, rompers, bloomers, singlet sets and matching accessories plus boys outfits.

“On trend for this spring are mostly pastel colours of pink, blue, green and yellow.”

Sew Cute Handmade has a strong social media following with Sarah doing everything from fabric buying, design and sewing to photography, styling and marketing.