Keeping your hands germ free!!!

 

For those of you who are visiting friends, family etc at the hospital this would be great to have on your purse or belt.

In fact, it would be good to use all the time, due to so many germs where ever we go throughout the day.

Thanks to Christie over at A Lemon Squeezy Home for a great tutorial.

 

I have been making some really cute purses, so I think I will make a couple of these to add to them……

 

 

 

 

 

Do you like free? Another hat!

I love it when I get lost in cyber space for hours and find something you weren’t even looking for. Although, I am all about hats, it is especially rewarding when you find someone willing to share their creations.

So a big hats off to ya Jill…great directions and a very cute hat. I plan on making a few of these myself to donate. I know you have suggested them for surgical hats but I think that they are stylish enough to give to chemo patients. Usually I can’t even remember how I end up at most places but this time I actually was able to back track where I had been. Lots of goodies there…….

Let them know that they are not alone!!!

I am always amazed at others creativity and willingness to give.

American Sewing Guild member, Deon Maas, a K-12 art teacher created the Anti-Ouch Pouch while she was recovering from a mastectomy.

anti_ouch_pouch

What a great project. Gather your stitchin group, bring a few food goodies to eat have some good conversation and create these pain relieving pouches, which can be done in about 15 minutes.

Directions for Anti_Ouch_Pouch

Vogue vintage patterns

I am in love with Vogue patterns, especially the vogue vintage patterns.
I remember my mom making most all of her dresses, so many of these patterns are very familiar to me…how about you? Days gone by….they have changed so much. I have photos of my parents camping and the ladies are wearing dresses similar to #23.

FREE FREE

Amazing how many people there are that will share what they have with others and not ask for anything in return. My friend, Sue, told me about this site, and I couldn’t wait to share with ya’ll. I do wish there was a contact page for this great link full of free patterns, but all I could find out, was her name,which is Mary and the site is called Angelfire….

Mary if  you do come across this…we want to say thank you Angelfire.

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