Tiny Sprouts Launches Fall Collection of Hand-Embroidered Clothing for Babes and Tots

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Tiny Sprouts expands hand-embroidery line with premium clothing and larger toddler sizes.

Tiny Sprouts, designers of unique hand-embroidered baby products, launched their new fall collection today, giving customers something special to gurgle and coo about for babes and tots.

The new line features fun corduroy dresses and overalls, as well as cutie-pie pique dresses, all available with Tiny Sprouts signature coordinating hand-embroidered details. In addition, trendy moms will go ga-ga over Tiny Sprouts toddler layered tees and baby hoodies, featuring owner and designer, Tracey Hageman's, free-spirited style of embroidered names, words and images.

"I was trying to find an affordable, adorable, personalized baby gift - something with her baby's name on it and something she just might like to have forever. I searched the internet and local boutiques but could not find anything. I got the idea to make my friend a Onesie® with her baby's name on it, using an embroidery technique my mother taught me at a young age. She loved it," explained Hageman.

Several months later, Tiny Sprouts (pardon the pun) was born and launched online as a premiere boutique for moms and gift-givers looking for one-of-a-kind, personalized (and affordable) baby items.

Every piece of Tiny Sprouts clothing, their hats and their blankets are soft and cuddly, made from the finest pre-shrunk, soft cottons. They also offer a great range of sizes from newborn to toddler, including expanded sizes with their new fall collection.

And Tiny Sprouts is all about community, too, giving both their time and 10% of proceeds to various charities such as March of Dimes, The Global Fund and Feed The Children.

"The company has grown so quickly, thanks to many friends and colleagues I've been blessed to work with," said Hageman. "People like photographer, Jessie Preza, (http://www.poppyblossom.com) and editor, Liz Sorensen, (http://www.dailystroll.com) have been so generous with their help and advice. I can't imagine the company being where it is today without their help and I'm so happy to give back as well."

Visit Tiny Sprouts online at http://www.tinysprouts.com to view and purchase from their entire collection of hand-embroidered products and gifts.

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