The ladies at the Vassalboro charity group Sew for a Cause are at it again: saving the world one thread at a time.
Some of their recent accomplishments include:
Quilts, throw pillows and pillowcases made for Habitat for Humanity and picked up by Peter Phair.
Pajama pants, hats, neck warmers and quilts made for the Home for Little Wanderers’ Christmas program and picked up by John Veilleux.
Quilts, hats, bibs, afghans and sleeping sacks made for the Home for Little Wanderers’ Teen Parent Program and picked up by Rebecca Judd.
Several dozen pillowcases made for Project Sparrow’s program for at risk foster children.
The Sew for a Cause ladies would like to thank everyone who has donated fabric, supplies, and sewing machines.
Sew for a Cause will meet again on January 9 and 23, weather permitting, at St. Bridget Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All are invited to attend. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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