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Frequently Asked Questions


  • Is this for a boy or a girl?

What is boy? What is girl? And what does how they pee affect what color they can wear!? We support gender inclusivity, and we understand that how you feel on the inside doesn’t have to match what society says you should look like on the outside. Simply gift the ones you love what you love. If you would like them to pick out their own clothes, send your baby friends a gift card!


All of our items are handmade in Albuquerque, NM by designer and owner Tabatha Hansen. Velocitoddler hopes to expand and support the local economy, having items made at a garment manufacturer in Albuquerque. Until then, each item is designed, cut, sewn, and shipped to you by Tabatha.


All of our items are handmade to order. Order turnaround is 5-10 business days. If you are ordering for a special occasion, please make sure to order early so it arrives to you in time! When we receive your order, you will get an e-mail order confirmation. When your order is complete, you will get another confirmation with tracking information.

  • Where do you source your fabrics?

Most of our materials are sourced from Birch Fabrics (solid fabrics) and Spoonflower (exclusive artwork). If an item is made from repurposed materials, it will be included in the item description. If you would like to know about a specific material, please send me a message! Birch Fabrics is run by women featuring tons of artwork created by women. Spoonflower handles our custom fabric printing. We support their company because they are committed to creating their products responsibly, using a digital printing method that is eco-friendly, using less water and 100% biodegradable inks. This company says no to fast fashion by encouraging the handmade and small business movement, making custom fabrics accessible by even the individual hobbyist.

  • Does your company give back to the community?

2% of all sales from our webshop are donated to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) a national organization that fights against injustice. You can learn more about their work here.