White Glove Sewing Service

How it Works

Right now our White Glove Service is available on select patterns only. You can view these at the bottom of this page. What we love about this service is that you can add it to individual items in your order. Choose some items to be sewn for you by Eloisa, and sew the rest for yourself.
  • Customize your pattern
  • Add White Glove sewing service from the Features tab
  • Not sure? Wait and add White Glove in your cart
  • Including special instructions is a snap
Once in the cart, you'll see a place to send a note about your order. If you have questions about the content and care of Spoonflower fabrics, you can find that information here. Please send us your thoughts and questions via our Contact Page.

Why we want to sew for you

At Sprout, we love to sew. But, sometimes we wish that we could design a top or dress and have it magically sew itself! We thought our customers might like this too—new moms who don't have a lot of extra time, designers who want a custom dress but don't have the skills or equipment, or beginners who want to be part of the process and need some inspiration.

Our aspiration was to create a service that benefits all of us. A way for customers to get garments sewn for them, while fairly paying the people doing the sewing. We consider sewing a skilled craft and want to make sure everyone involved takes joy and pride in their contribution. This pride is evident in the fine craftsmanship that you will see in the garments that you receive.

Meet Our Sewist, Eloisa

We are excited and proud to announce a new collaboration with sewist Eloisa Rivera, as we expand Sprout to include garments sewn by Eloisa especially for you.

Eloisa Rivera is a brilliant sewist coming from a family line of professional dressmakers going back to the early 1900s. Like her mother, Eloisa first learned to sew at home. She started with small hemming projects, and progressed to fabricating beautiful and unique pageant gowns for her and her sisters. Throughout the years, Eloisa has had the fortune to live in many Central and South American countries, where she applied her masterful skills to open a successful uniform manufacturing business that she owned for many years.

Today, Eloisa's home is in scenic Angier, North Carolina. She lives here together with her family and her ever-growing collection of pets. If you visit her, you will find 6 friendly dogs, bunnies, guinea pigs, and of course, hens and roosters.