Saturday, November 13, 2010

Check out the Maeve!

I just designed this new hat. After Maeve got the hat from her mom, she wouldn't take it off! She thoroughly represents what this hat is all about; 70's style carefree fun and laughter. I had no choice but to name this hat after her!

With chunky green yarn, this hat is super warm for the winter time! It can be redone in any colors!
Photo by Ashley Mckenney.

Friday, November 12, 2010

How to place an order with Nannah Bread Knots

I'm still working on getting my products on Etsy, so in the mean time this is how you place an order for one of my items:

Step 1: Message me on Facebook (search Nannah Bread Knots) or send me an email at

1a: This email should include what you'd like. If you want one of my current pieces and you know the "name" of it (for the names visit just tell me and let me know either the size or the age of the child you'd like it for. I'm pretty laid back and easy to work with so if you're not sure I can help you with this step. If it's not right, we'll try again ;)

If you'd like a custom piece you can let me know. I can make pretty much anything after looking at it once or twice. I will not make anything that has a copyright on it, and I prefer not to "steal" other's ideas. I always like to make things with my own personality in them ;). If you'd like to describe something to me in person or in words from this point I will give you my phone number and we can chat from there. I will recreate any of my pieces in any other colors or any other sizes - just ask. Or if you just have an idea in your head- I sure can try :)

1b: I will respond with 1) a price, and 2) a time frame. I only have so many pieces on hand and the majority of the time I make your pieces special for you! (As for the prices, they are set for many of the items- It's just a matter of me getting them all posted.)

Step 2: Unfortunately I have to start accepting payment before I begin my projects. Unless I have already started your piece and have previously spoken to you, from here on out, I have to do it this way. I don't want to end up on the bad end of every deal :(

2a: You can send me a check made payable to "Savannah Rand" and once received I will begin your project and will either ship it (FOR FREE!!! :)) to you or set a time to meet up with you to make sure you love your Nannah Bread Product.

2b: Or you can meet up with me and give me your payment in cash.

Thank you for your interest in Nannah Bread Knots!

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

The Wildflower

The wildflower is crocheted with big gaps in the yarn and finished with large flowers to accent it just right. This hat would compliment any little girl and give her just the right amount of flair!
Photo by Angie Vandam

You Have My Heart

You Have My Heart is a wonderful hat for little girls. It's unique and fun and full of life and playful colors.

The Angie Cowl

This is the Angie Cowl, done in a charcoal gray. Photo by Angie Vandam

The Sammy Cap

Photo by Angie Vandam

Friday, October 15, 2010

The Angie Cowl

This is the Angie Cowl, sadly, done in a discontinued shade of pink :( This cowl can be recreated in other colors, though, and even in poofier variances!
Phot by Angie Vandam, Bella La Vita Photography.

The Rose

This is a very popular hat for the little ladies!

This has been one of my most popular hats so far. A fabulous deep green with a bright pink rose makes this a perfect fall hat for little ones. This is the Rose.

Photo by Angie Vandam, Bella La Vita Photography.

The Chloe

This beautiful baby girl wore this hat so well I had no choice but to name this hat after her, so here you have it:

The Chloe!

Photos by Angie Vandam, Bella La Vita Photography;

The Sarah Belle

This hat is called the Sarah Belle after my big sister, Sarah.

Photos by Angie Vandam, Bella La Vita Photography.

The Layla

Here I am holding happy baby, Layla.

This hat is called the Layla.

She is the perfect little one to wear it and is just such a happy baby! Getting smiles from her was an easy task and she is my favorite model so far! This hat's name was an easy choice!

Photos by Angie Vandam, Bella La Vita Photography.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

What is Nannah Bread Knots?

What is Nannah Bread Knots? Nannah Bread Knots is my small crocheting business. Oh, who am I, you ask? My name is Savannah. I live in a small town in Michigan. I love to craft, sew, glue things, put things together, tie things, you name it. I discovered crocheting just over a year ago and ever since just fell in love with it. I became an expert very quickly and before I knew it I was making my own designs. I make mostly hats for children, but they are the most adorable hats! I can make hats for adults as well, including tams. I make cowls for men and women. I make leg warmers, and so much more. I'd like to expand my business and the items I make so if you have any special ideas or items you'd like to see let me know. I have many more pictures to come, along with info for my Etsy shop. Thanks for taking an interest in Nannah Bread Knots. If you live in the Jackson area I will be having my grand "opening" sale towards the beginning of November so please, contact me if you are interested in attending. Thanks!
Photo by Angie Vandam, Bella La Vita Photography.