how it's made.

A few weeks ago Anna Rudd took a few photos for me and I absolutely loved how they turned out and thought I would show you a little behind the “seams” of Seababy. So, let’s dive in.

Every single one of your pieces has a story. It starts out with me getting to know you and what you are looking for. Then I go to look for material - this may be at a vintage shop or online. I am in the process of switching over to organic fabric along with keeping my supply of vintage fabric.

Then I get to measuring + cutting. I have started to self-draft patterns as well - which takes a bit more time but creates a more unique product.

This isn’t staged! I was actually cutting up an order here. They were a pair of little unisex overalls.

This isn’t staged! I was actually cutting up an order here. They were a pair of little unisex overalls.

The pattern is folded here because I am drafting this pattern from another. I use the same standard measurements for almost all orders - creating consistent sizing.

The pattern is folded here because I am drafting this pattern from another. I use the same standard measurements for almost all orders - creating consistent sizing.

The next step is probably what you would guess: sewing and serging it. A serger gets rids of the frays on the fabric and creates a clean stitch.

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Before you know it - your beautiful custom piece is done and ready to be shipped off to YOU!

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That is a little behind the scenes of Seababy. Thank you SO much for all your love and support. If you have any questions or comments - I would love to hear! xo // Moriah

Moriah Mattix