Sunday, February 19, 2012

Bib Donation for Love Without Boundaries & The Basic Charity Challenge

Here's the bundle of bibs I've made to send with the Love Without Boundaries Cleft Surgery Team. 
You may recognize the print fabrics I've used. 
I made 22 bibs using flannel remnants from other projects and a bit of terry cloth to back them. I added snap closures for easy use and durability and I hope they love them! :)

  I'll be sharing this as a contribution to The Basic Charity Challenge at Cara Quilts. If you aren't familiar with the challenge, I would certainly recommend checking it out! I love Cara's simple and practical ideas for how to give back and she's found a lot of generous people to help inspire participation. ;)

The bibs are packed and ready to be on their way. 
 I hope they are useful for the caregivers and that the bright, playful prints are enjoyed by the babies. I truly am grateful to have the opportunity to send a practical item like this that was fun and easy to make!
What basic item can you give to help another today?


Melissa said...

You are such a generous soul Kristy - and an absolute inspiration!

Anonymous said...

I've got my tops cut out, need to get the backing, put them together and ship - loving' this project, and lovin' the help it will provide to the sweet babies. Hugs ~ Mary

Blissful & Domestic said...

Thank you so much for linking up to Blissful and Domestic's Sunday Blog Hop!

I am of course following you!

Anonymous said...

I just posted about the bibs I made for this project - love for you to see our sweet little bibs! Thanks so much for bringing this special fun project to our attention. I'll be checking back with you regularly for more projects for my monthly "Giving Back" goal for 2012. Hugs ~ Mary

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