Friday, January 22, 2010

charity sewing


A woman from my church is heading up a big project, getting lots and lots of these medical procedure dolls sewn up. (I believe they will be used to explain to hospitalized children the medical procedures they need to have done.) She asked for help sewing them and clipping the seams, and I've got my stack done--21 of them. I've had them for a long time and it's good to get them done!

This isn't a super exciting project, but I'm going to go ahead and link up to Sew and Tell Friday over at Amy's blog. Go see what people made this week!

11 comments:

Leslie said...

this is a really cool thing to do.

Sara said...

What a great idea - and you are helping some little child understand what is going to be happening when they are in the hospital!

pinksuedeshoe said...

I think if it can relieve any of the fears that surround children in the hospital, then it is one of the best projects I've seen.

Allie said...

I think this is an awesome project to be helping with!

KaHolly said...

Great project! Thanks for the link. ~karen

Karen said...

Great idea. I bet by the time you finished you were pretty quick and had the process streamlined.

Rene' said...

Love the project you are involved with. Great idea. Would love to see the finished project. Pretty fabrics you are using. Thanks for sharing!

Sharon said...

What a great idea, well done.

Dotty Jane said...

What a great project to help with!

Heather said...

What a great thing for you to do! I'm sure it'll be much appreciated. ;o)

Dresden Quilter said...

My guild will be making these next month. It is neat to see these.