We have the fabric and the instructions to make a great bag for all the kits we collect. You can make school kits, hygiene kits, new born baby kits and more. Instructions are downloadable below or in this video. You can view kit contents from our main drop down menu.
These dresses are a simple circle of cloth attached to the bottom of a t-shirt. We have shirts and cloth at the shop, or you are welcome to use your own. Instructions are found at the bottom of this page in downloads. If you're able to attach a couple pairs of underwear in matching size, the little girl or woman in Zimbabwe will be blessed.
These shorts are a great project for beginners or fast for those that know the trade. These are made of a thicker fabric usually, but cotton works too. Putting a couple pairs of age appropriate underwear in the pocket is much appreciated. Instructions, patterns and fabric are all at the shop, but you can download the instructions and patterns below as well and use your own fabric.
Many quilt tops have been donated as well as the fabric for the back. They just need someone to put them together.
These sweet baby blankets are square piece of flannel. Single side with the edges surged or hemmed. They are cut to 45 x 45, leaving the selvedge edges intact and hemming the other two sides.
Similar to the blankets, these wraps are cut to a rectangle, leaving the selvedge edges intact and surging or hemming the other two sides. They are 65 or 70 inches long, depending on if you have 45 or 60 inch wide fabric. Usually made of gauze or flannel and sometimes cotton.