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JULIA'S JOY donates hand-made baby memorial outfits to Seattle** area hospitals for newly bereaved parents whose babies are born still, or die shortly after birth, age 20 weeks gestation to full term.  They are also available directly from us.
We believe every baby deserves to be dressed beautifully in something their size - for the purpose of precious photos, burial, or for parents to keep in cases of cremation.
We lovingly sew these gorgeous gowns and outfits from donated wedding dresses, prom and special occasion dresses, and other suitable fabrics.
**If you are interested in donating a wedding dress or similar, and/or would like to give your time and services by sewing outfits, or you know of a hospital elsewhere that would like to receive memorial outfits from us, please email Julia and Evan's Gramma Vicki at:

Examples of gowns for little girls and rompers for little boys:

Reader Comments (3)

Hello, I recently lost a son at almost 22 weeks on March 14, 2014. I am trying to find someplace that makes outfits to have one for his memory box. I don't live in your area. Do you know of any that ship or do you ship them? And what is the cost? Thank you so much. Your baskets look so beautiful. What a blessing to the families that receive those precious gifts. Thank you for blessing us and thank you for turning your pain and loss into something so wonderful.

April 11, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterJessica Payne

I love those rompers! Did you make the pattern or what? Do they tie in the back?


May 2, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterAndrea

I live in Eastern WA, I also have been getting gowns donated to me to make these. Just need to find patterns now. Then a hospital that will accept them.

I lost a 28 week, preemie, 1 pound 5.5 ozs, back in 1975. We donated her body to science in hopes it would help save other preemies. She was our 4th daughter and would be turning 40 in July of this year. Miss her so much.

January 16, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterMargee'

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