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Monday, April 23, 2012

Spiritillo Italian Hand Crafted Creations

Are you tired of Made in China, Are you looking for unique gifts or clothing for the children in your life? Spiritillo Italian Hand Crafted Creations offers select handmade clothing for children, exclusively made in Italy with Italian thread. Owned by Miriam Brindisi, Spiritillo Italian Hand Crafted Creations is Proudly made in Italy. As a child, Miriam learned how to crochet and knit from her grandmothers and aunts, who in turn learned from their grandmothers and aunts. She now continues their age-old tradition. She uses cashmire, cotton, lisle and wool. Miriam's mission is to provide quality attire for children, using ancient techniques with a modern twist. Each piece is different from the other, no two are ever the same.
Miriam's style is Italian, Even the yarns she uses are Italian. She can customize any order according to your specifications.
One Winner will receive this beautiful blanket hand knitted by Miriam. It is white, cotton, using a purl technique which results in a texture that looks like rice kernels. Within the diamond shapes there are embroidered hazelnuts surrounded by flower petals.

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  1. My kids like snuggling with a blanket..

  2. How do make lady GaGa cry?

    Poke-er face

  3. my daughter still likes to sleep/snuggle with her blankie bear, or BB as she calls him lately, and a white moose with red antlers called moosie

  4. the kid liked to snuggle with a thing that was like the snuggies on the market now but instead of arms there were snaps that closed the top into folded over section for your arms and the bottom was sewn shut like a sleeping bag

  5. What did the zoo keeper say when he saw four elephants walking over the hill towards him wearing sunglasses?
    Nothing, he didn't recognize them!