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Sewing for Charity

posted  by Janet McCormack  on  March 03, 2015

Do you sew for a charity? If so we would like to hear from you.

It may be that you are sewing to sell items for your local hospital, school or hospice or that you are making items to donate to a child or someone to help improve their lives.  If so we would love to hear from you. 

We currently have a bolt of Michael Miller Rainbows and Unicorns cotton fabric that we would like to donate to a number of our customers that are sewing for good causes.  This children's fabric is beautifully designed, is cotton and features princess carriages, unicorns, rainbows and flowers.  The fabric has small black marks throughout probably caused during the printing process or when it was rolled onto the bolt.  And, although we are unable to sell it ourselves it is still usable with some clever cutting and pattern laying.

We also occasionally have other fabrics available that we are able to donate.

We would like to support a number of different charity projects and would also love to feature what you are doing in our blog - our readers love to hear what other sewers get up to in their spare time.

If you are interested in finding out more, please do send an email  to janet@sparklyfabric.co.uk with details of the charity / project that you sew for and any other information that may be relevant and we will get back to you.

Please note fabric is in limited supply and we may not be able to support all requests.

I've posted a picture below of the fabric that we currently have available to donate.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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