You just never know where you will meet someone that has a need for dresses. I met Rachel on Facebook in a free cycle type group I belong to. She shared that a friend, Suzy, was heading to an orphanage in Guatemala in December. After we spoke for awhile I offered her dresses for the girls in the orphanage. They range in age from 9 months to 14 years old. Ladies you have shared a very special Christmas blessing with these girls!! Yesterday Rachel picked the dresses up and they are beginning their journey to Guatemala. Thank you sewers and thank you Rachel and Suzy for helping these precious little ones!!
Friday, November 20, 2015
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
We have sew many amazing ladies in Washington State!! Here is the latest dress I made out of fabric donated by MaryLee and the t-shirt came from Loretta. And now I have hats to send to Appalachia knitted by Sally, Loretta and Claudia. Such beautiful hearts. Thank you to all the people that make this possible. And if you would like to volunteer to help those in need come to my house Monday, November 9th. You do not need to be a sewer or a knitter to help… there are lots of jobs available. If you need my address contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org We are having a potluck lunch also.
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Thank you sew much to MaryLee for the wonderful donation of fabric!!! These are the first dresses made from her beautiful fabric…
We will be having a Sewing Party at my house one
Monday, November 9th
MaryLee's fabric will be available to make dresses.
There are lot of jobs, including non sewing jobs
Come anytime after 9:30 am
Bring a dish to share for lunch
If you need directions my email is
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Last week was wonderful!! We received enough dresses to fill our request for dresses to go into Operation Christmas Child boxes. That means we have 225 dresses in sizes medium, large and extra large all ready for little girls in need. Thank you to Loretta, Sally, Deanna, Linda, Maris, Karin and Marie for getting dresses in last week!!!
If you live in Washington and would like to sew with us please email me at email@example.com
Monday, October 12, 2015
I have not been posting because I have been on a road trip with my husband. It was so much fun!! One of the places we stopped was Pendleton, Oregon. We had to tour the woolen mills. While there I saw these bags…
They were full of the last row from the weaving of the blankets. I just knew that I could find a use for one of these bags…especially at $1.88 per pound.
Well here is my first creation…
Every little doll can use a woolen shawl.
I think we need to have a doll making day ladies!!
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