Sew Crazy Meeting Group Will Begin New, But Old, Project for Cancer Patients
Sew Crazy is still back! We will be holding a drop-off/pick-up meeting on Saturday, August 15th from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Bethlehem Lutheran Church. With the continued virus restrictions, the meeting will be an abbreviated one where sewers can drop by to pick up supplies for new projects, and leave any completed projects they may have. We started a bed jacket project for hospice patients last month, and materials and patterns will be available for those who missed it. Donna will be available to answer questions on the design. After a yearlong hiatus, mastectomy aprons are back! The Cancer Center has requested them and Sew Crazy has set a goal of 200. These aprons are quick and easy to cut and sew. The turn-in will be the October meeting. There will be fabrics on hand, plus a few pre-cut kiits. We are expecting a representative of Agape Women’s Services to be on hand to pick up the baby items Sew Crazy has been sewing, If you would like to hear more about Agape be sure to be there at 10:30. As Washington County is still under a mask mandate, be sure to bring and wear a mask. We should have plenty of space to spread out and “social distance.” We will not be gathering for lunch. Any questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Further details can also be found on the Sew Crazy Facebook page.
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