If you ever wondered about how to start sewing to serve others, here are some great places to find 50+ free patterns for projects perfect to sew to serve others. From simple projects like pillowcases to more involved quilts you’re sure to find something here that is just your sewing speed.
Crafting Forward is a non-profit providing professional sewing, knitting and crocheting lessons and supplies to those otherwise unable to afford these outlets, and was organized by friends Kari Cadenhead and Aimee Cronenberg.
The volunteers at Margaret’s Hope Chest are dedicated to helping others in need in the Grand Rapids, MI area through stitching lovingly handmade quilts. Even if you’re not in Michigan, there are still many ways you can help to sew to serve others through Margaret’s Hope Chest.
Threads of Love Foundation is dedicated to providing clothing, blankets, and other articles handmade with love for families with tiny, premature or sick infants in hospital. Find out how you can help by sewing to serve others!
We all love hand making for the holidays, and each Friday from now through the end of the year we’re sharing some of our favorite seasonal sewing projects. This week we’re sharing some of our favorite quick-and-easy projects for winter warmth, from mittens to quilts, that make wonderful gifts for those in need this season.
No, we’re not talking about spiking the eggnog, we mean putting on an apron. The Wednesday before Thanksgiving is Tie One On Day™, an occasion for spreading a little joy and goodwill in your neighborhood or town.