Mama to Mama: First Round

So, I asked my co-workers for some t-shirt donations and they definitely came through. This weekend (amidst feeling pretty sick and not moving very far from the couch or the bed) I managed to whip up 19 of these precious little caps for Mama to Mama. They’re very simple to sew and I’m hoping to make another round of hats (and maybe a receiving blanket or two with some leftover bedsheets and terry cloth that is in my fabric stash) this upcoming weekend. I’m still looking for more t-shirts to be donated, so if you have a few and live in the Austin area, leave me a comment and we can figure out how to get the t-shirts from point A to point B.

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5 Comments Mama to Mama: First Round

  1. RB November 24, 2008 at 12:00 pm

    I have lots of t-shirts I’d like to do this with, but I’m not sure I’ll have time. Is there a deadline to send these in?

  2. Elizabeth November 24, 2008 at 1:12 pm

    Yes – everything has to be to Soule Mama by December 10th:

    Mama to Mama
    c/o SouleMama
    PO Box 8190
    Portland, ME 04104
    USA

  3. sara November 24, 2008 at 9:17 pm

    oh my gosh…another pattern i NEED from you 😀

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