Megan Edwards

Megan Edwards started sewing when she was ten years old. When she was in high school she started sewing clothes out of her mom's fabric stash. The baby brand started after she and her husband found out they were having a little girl. "Petites mains" translated from French means "little hands". It is also a nickname for the women who sew behind the scenes in couture shops.

Each fabric is carefully selected and purchased from reliable manufacturers. She always takes time to think about what her customers are looking for and chooses the trendiest, most unique prints. Each piece is cut out individually, by hand, and serged or sewn together on her personal machines. This isn't mass-produced stuff imported from China. It's mom-made and mom-approved.