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The Scientific Seamstress

Look what Carla wrote on her blog yesterday

Yesterday a.m. I was getting my daily dose of Craft Gossip, and I came across a post about something very bright and beautiful. The Dolly Donations Blog offers free patterns and instructions for making sweet dollies to give to charities. Spearheaded by Sarah Hanson, a talented and energetic artist, the drive brings crafters from around the globe together to provide comfort to children in need. Currently, they are working to make 181 dolls for the Abundant Ground Foundation, which will provide the dolls to Haitian orphans.

via scientificseamstress.blogspot.com

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11 Responses to “The Scientific Seamstress”

  1. Melissa P says:

    Oh!! Look at them in their little outfits with stripey socks. I’m checking out the links right now! Thanks for passing this along.

  2. erika says:

    Lovely fabrics:) They are cute.

  3. They are wonderful! What a wonderful thing to participate in ~ so important for the little ones to have something to hold onto!

  4. jenny fish says:

    I saw these yesterday. Aren’t they darling! And what a sweet girl that Carla is for taking time to make something so meaningful to a child.

  5. Terriaw says:

    Serious attitude on those dolls – love them and their dresses too, of course. What a cool cause!

  6. Allie says:

    Those are so darling – what a great cause!

  7. naomig says:

    Those are so cute! What a wonderful project!

  8. susan says:

    Those sweet little dolls are posted on the Dolly Donations blog now. Thanks for the link too – what a fantastic project.

  9. aïlys says:

    This mini dolls are so cute and their dresses too!
    I like it!

  10. Stefanie says:

    These gals make me smile!

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