Welcome to the Week TWO update on Sewing to Rebuild!
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Today we want to thank our amazing Sponsors for helping us put this together and spread the word. Our Sponsors also want to thank YOU for stepping up and sewing to help those in need - giving of time and ability to make someone else's day a little easier, a little brighter. We have 15 thank you gifts that will be going to randomly selected contributors (*so make sure to upload those images to Flickr so that I can keep count and you can be eligible for a great gift).
So what exactly are some of these awesome thank you gifts???
Well to start off there are THREE Grand Prizes:
Grand Prize One:
A Total of 15 THANK YOU's for all you are doing to help!!!
Check out these amazing designers' pages as a way of saying thank you to them for supporting this cause!!!
The packages have started to arrive!!!
these images make my heart smile!!!
We have over 265 images that have been uploaded into the flickr group and an extra 24 items by my count included in those image - and that isn't counting the 'outfit' pictures as two pieces!!! Here are just a couple things that made me go ohhh and ahhhh this week:
So perfect for summer holidays! by: AddingtonMom
keeping with the holiday theme - how perfect for the 4th of July!!
So in love with this fabric combination!!! by: HootyCutie
SIX of the
(donated by Tikatuly Designs)
Thank you RossisSweetPeas for these and the matching hair bows!!!!
8 Pairs of Boys Shorts!!!
Thank you Mary for organizing a group of sewists:
Vivian Pedroza Rodriguez
Debbie Dietrich Smith
, Mary Vercher Smith, and
Mary F. Striegel
There are so many more awesome contributions over there, Go Check Them Out!!!
*There is still an overwhelming need for bags, purses, diaper bags, backpacks, overnight bags, etc.. The community is carrying their worldly possessions on their back, lets find a way to make that easier!!!
Thank You for joining us, thank you for caring,
thank you for making a difference
one stitch at a time.