Friday, October 16, 2015

Share Your Talents for a Cause

Every year I like to participate in some type of sewing for a cause, and I'm looking forward to doing it again! I did some research so I could find something for this year. I've found a ton of them. I got such joy last year knowing that the little monster pillow toys I stitched up would make a couple children smile.

I've been so blessed in my life in so many ways, and I really want to give back. It's been a rough year for our family and I'm now moving in more of a positive direction, and trying to become a better version of myself. Donating and helping others is a win/win. Not only are you helping someone who needs it, it makes you feel really good!

Here are a few that I've found and I'm just trying to decide which one I'm going to do this year.

Make a fun and colorful pillowcase for a child fighting cancer:

Make a snuggly blanket for an animal who needs a little comfort:

More animal snuggle love:

Sew or crochet a blanket for a child who needs one:

There are just so many great charities out there. You are just going to have to find one that works well for you and your talents. Whatever charity you choose, just be sure to check it out carefully. You want to make sure the money or items are going where they should. It really does make your heart feel good!

Don't forget, you can share the love all year long, not just at Christmas.


  1. Thanks for sharing those links! My husband and I were talking the other day about some charities we wanted to help this year, and I wanted to sew something. Perfect timing!

  2. I'll have to check out the links, You'll have to let us know which one you choose

  3. Great causes! It is so rewarding to make something that is donated to help others.

  4. Great causes. My little quilt group makes pillowcases for cases for Smiles flat ConKerr Cancer, and cuddle quilts for local shelters. Those are feel good projects.

  5. Great causes, and I am happy to see that Punky's helping out too!

  6. yes, especially all year long.
    Thanks for the links!


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