What a great project and what fun colorful gifts.
So colorful! Such a little thing and I'm sure it makes such a big difference to the recipient.
Hi Wanda,OK, now I'm inspired to do some pillowcases for a cause! I'll have to scrounge around to find my kid-friendly fabric (it's in a tub somewhere). Thanks for the reminder.Vicky F
Beautiful job and they all go to a great cause too.
These pillowcases just inspire smiles --- makes me want to start making some immediately --- and we have a local group that will give them out.
What a wonderful contribution to a great cause! You never cease to amaze me. Where do you get all of your energy? I finally learned to make a pillowcase last week at our Guild's Bee Night. It was so easy that I can't believe I have never made one before. Our Guild donates them to a local women's shelter.
Your pillowcases are lovely and I'm sure they will be treasured by those that receive them. Thanks for sharing insights on this great cause. I love charity projects and this is certainly one that warms the heart.SewCalGalwww.sewcalgal.blogspot.com
What fabulous colourful pillowcases. I bet they're absolutely treasured!
Sweet dreams for those precious children. Surely will bring smiles to all that recieve them. Jacki is their guardian angel. J~MT
I know this is probably a silly (not stupid) question, but what is it about pillow cases for charity?I had never heard of this. What do they do with them?I do love the ones you made. they are so cheerful!
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