About itty bitty boutique
Time is often limited and budgets can occasionally run thin, so itty bitty boutique brings everything together under one roof. itty bitty boutique provides a friendly and safe environment for families to sell their items and for bargain-minded shoppers to outﬁt their children for a fraction of what they would spend in retail stores!
itty bitty boutique Kids’ Consignment Sale began in Lane County in 2008 as an opportunity to help families in the community. Kathie Fischer, along with her husband and two children, took over ownership in 2012 and host two 5-day pop-up “consignment shops” per year at the Lane County Fairgrounds in Eugene, Oregon; one in spring, one in fall.
These sales provide a family-friendly one-stop-shop with budget-friendly pricing for children’s clothes, shoes, toys, books, videos, baby gear, furniture, and much more.
itty bitty boutique has grown so much over the past 12 years as families join us as consignors & shoppers — stretching budgets and by making some extra money while cleaning out the house!
itty bitty boutique recognizes there are kids in need within the community. Because we have big hearts for these kiddos, itty bitty boutique donates a good portion of the unsold items to local charities that work with children in crisis.
We love hearing all the ways that itty bitty boutique has impacted our community and the families that live here!
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Our mission is simple:
Together we can make a difference in our families and in our community.
Kathie and Andy have been married for 20 years. They met in middle school, became high school sweethearts, and the rest is history! They have two kids who are a huge part of the sale, working the event right along side them. It is a family business by all definition!
Kathie and Andy have been married for 16 years. They met in middle school, became high school sweethearts, and the rest is history! They have two kids who keep them very busy!
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