To say Mad Hatter Warped & Woven creates some of the most artistically captivating handwoven babywraps, artisan handbags and handmade keepsakes is very true. We are makers. It is who we are. It is what we do. But that hardly tells our story. 

Mad Hatter Warped & Woven is about the individual. It is about inspiring each individual to be proud of who they are. It’s an art form that tells your story, connects you with others and carries memories from life’s most fleeting moments. It’s far more than handwoven fabric or artisan made products. It is an expression of self. It’s a celebration of who you are. A reminder that you are enough, that you belong and that you are loved. It is empowerment.

In 2012, Queen Hatter found the practice of babywearing and fell in love. With the use of a simple handwoven cloth, she wrapped her colicky newborn, and finally found some relief for her baby and for the stress she was experiencing as a mother. Babywearing quickly became her favorite parenting tool as it naturally encouraged bonding between her and her baby while calming her newborn and empowering her as a mother and as an individual. 

 As Queen Hatter explained, “For me, becoming a mother was an incredibly beautiful and disorienting experience. You go from knowing who you are, doing things you’re good at, and having time for yourself to caring for a newborn all through the day and all through the night. When your baby is colicky and cries for hours at a time, you feed her, you hold her, you rock her, and eventually when she doesn’t stop crying, you start questioning if you’re good at being a mother. Pair this with my lack of sleep and fluctuating hormones; you have the recipe for some depressing and isolating experiences. When I discovered babywearing, I found a way to calm my baby and a way to get back to doing some of the things I loved. With my discovery of babywraps came the babywearing community. I found several online communities with caregivers just like me; all learning how to use babywraps for different carries while sharing their love and support as we were all new parents rediscovering who we are.” 

In 2013, Queen Hatter let her passion for fiber arts, textiles, and babywearing lead her as she began handweaving babywraps that soon traveled the world and encouraged experiences just like hers. They brought a sense of community, empowerment, and love to the homes they visited. 

 Queen Hatter quickly became recognized as a fiber artist for her unique sense of colour, her signature hearts woven into each piece, and the high quality of her textiles that left a lasting impression. 

 In recent years Queen Hatter has expanded her product line to include many handmade keepsake items, handwoven neckwear, and one of a kind leather handbags. 

To say Mad Hatter Warped & Woven creates some of the most artistically captivating handwoven babywraps, artisan handbags and handmade keepsakes is very true. We are makers. It is who we are. It is what we do. But that hardly tells our story.