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Homespun for the Holidays

December 1, 2008
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There is nothing like the holidays for capturing the wonder of childhood — a time when all the world is aglow in the sparkle of christmas lights and candles, and even houses get dressed up for the occasion.  For children, spiced cider and carols are merely the preamble to the main event: presents. This year, however, one feels compelled to make each gift matter.  For children, this translates into items that are designed to last.

Homespun Goods, a children’s line by Portland’s Megan DeBoer, has captured that sentiment perfectly.  Their beautiful, handmade and often reversible clothing for boys and girls carry sweet details in timeless designs.  And for very good little girls (or very special little dollies), Homespun Goods has created a line of doll clothes.  These tiny dress-up outfits fit on standard dolls, are made primarily from fabric remnants, and have a classic style that will be loved for years.

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