Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Sewers are 'sew' nice

You guys know what I'm talking about.
Sewers are just all around nice people.
Unless you count that one lady who works at Hancock Fabrics in Lewisville.... you know what I mean, Mom.... man! that lady is a....

anyways. I digress.

Sewers are nice (most of the time) very nice.

I'm so proud to be among a group of people, so kind, so generous, so helpful and so friendly. I've made many friends thru the sewing community, learned so many things, and given generously and received generous gifts. It's extremely heartwarming.

So, today I thought I'd tell you about some cool things going on.

The first is a project by my sister in law's mother, Anne Gilliam. She has teamed up with the Woman and Children Devt. Organization. She is in need of sewing supplies, donations, and samples. I'm gonna link you here to her daughter's blog for more information, because there's no way I can explain it any more eloquently.



Next, up... check out this little guy.
Isn't he adorable??
I got the pattern this morning. :)



Read here for more information on this charity project.

And lastly...

Dress a girl around the world. How cool is this.




Cool, huh.

4 comments:

Mama Lusco said...

Charity sewing is the best! thanks for sharing these cool projects.

BConky said...

Don't be mean, she is always nice to me. Well most of the time.

Kristie @ Me and My House said...

Thank you so much for posting this. I'm hoping to participate in Dress the Girl around the world and I'm hoping to have my daughter's each sew a dress as well.

Jenn said...

Thanks for the shout-out, Cole!