To my wonderful customers,

Sunday, February 6, 2011

I love you! You have been absolutely amazing to me since I opened up shop, and I am beyond grateful.

As some of you know, I've been experiencing quite the complicated pregnancy (we have thought several times that we lost her) and as I get further along, the complications keep piling up. With a toddler running around, and everything else that is going on, I'm having a hard time keeping up with orders.

Thinking forward to having two little ones underfoot, I've been thinking about my options, and I think SusieCues is going to be going in a new direction. After the baby is born(hopefully weeeeeeks from now, and with as few complications as is possible) I will be launching Ellie's Petties: Pettiskirts by SusieCues, as my new venture.

In the meanwhile, all orders placed by the middle of February will be completed as discussed, with no extensions on production time foreseen at this time. I will continue to have a selection of shipping-ready sheets, and changing pad covers available, and as long as I am able, I will continue with custom sheets and changing pad covers, until she's born.

For custom bedding, there are some other amazing work-at-home mom's on Etsy who produce brilliant pieces and custom sets. Check out: Jayna at http://rockytopdesign.etsy.com and Emily at http://tiptoestudio.etsy.com Both are SO nice.

For fabric, I'm madly in love with the products available at Drawstring Studio. Danielle is amazing to work with, and she has a ton of great organic fabrics available, as well as lots more in her brick and mortar store. If you are looking for something, she probably has it. I also love luckykaeru, and have shopped there what seems like hundreds of times :)

I'm not quite sure where this path is going to take me, but I wanted to thank you all for everything. Come see us in the Spring for your frilly, fluffy, girly pettiskirt needs.

Love,


1 comment:

Our Lussier Family said...

very excited for you and your new venture! I'll have to order a twin bed set for my son before you stop making them...