Feature Friday | Susan Stange Design

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Feature Friday | Susan Stange Design

Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving! 

We at the Salt Project love to support our fellow Utahns.  Especially, when they make such adorable items!  Susan from Susan Stange Design makes these plaid tunics, which she made for our girls.  (She's having a sale this weekend too!)

Honestly, look how adorable little Ellis looks.  The plaid totally compliments her tiny Scottish self and family!

Seriously, I've always wished I had some sewing skills.  Now, I don't even need them with Susan around.

These tunics are solid too, from the buttons to the perfect stitching, plus, look at those elbow patches!

Aiko loved romping around Willard Bay in it.

They were the perfect Thanksgiving outfit, we got so many compliments on them, Thanks Susan! (Aiko's bow is from Jen at Jam Tart Boutique, also on Etsy, thanks Jen!)

Susan is having a sale the weekend in her Etsy Shop.  20% off ANYTHING!   Just use the promo code "BLACKFRIDAY2014"

A little bit about Susan:  I graduated in Elementary Education from Brigham Young University - Idaho in December 2011. As a graduation gift, my parents gave me a sewing machine. I was pregnant with my daughter at the time and while my husband was job searching and we were waiting for our baby to come, I began sewing to fill the time.  I learned how to create my own patterns and started designing my own clothing and useful items for moms at a price mom's love, but what I love most is making something that is fashionable, practical, and makes moms feel beautiful and babes happy. All of my items are hand-made and can be customized to your style and liking. I hope I can make something for you soon!

*This is a sponsored post and The Salt Project's opinions are our own.

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