Monday, May 30, 2011

pillow fight for a cause!

I love pillow fights! I love them even more knowing that no one is going to run off crying because they got hurt.
I just met an amazing young lady, her name is Malynn who has gone through some pretty tough stuff. I got an email from a 14 year old a few weeks ago when I was looking for testers to sew my patterns and give me feed back. I was kind of taken back that a 14 year old might be interested in testing one of my patterns. Malynn did end up testing one of my patterns and did a fabulous job. Here is her picture of The Little My Favorite Bag.


Malynn has a goal to donate 100 pillow cases to Primary Childrens Medical Center in SLC, Utah. To help other children feel better about their stay. I can't even imagine as a parent what it might be like for a children to endure what they endure. Lets help Malynn help them smile :-)

Ladies......Let have a pillow fight!

It is my personal goal to send her over 100 pillow cases! If you are local and are interested in sewing a pillow for this cause please email me at I would like to get a sewing night or two together and teach those of you who don't know how to make a pillow case. Those of you who do know and want to join us to help others, that would be great. I will try and get a time put together in the next few days!

For more information about this event click HERE!

Grab the button on the side bar and share! Lets get sewing!

xoxoxo Amy


Kristy said...

The bag turned out gorgeous!

I look forward to sharing about the pillowcase project on my blog this week too! Great outreach and goal! :)

Kristy said...

ps...the link nor the button is working.

Shannon said...

Isn't this an awesome project. I know Malyn. She has been in some of my bag & quilt classes. She does beautiful work. And she has been through some rough times. So proud of her

@pril said...

I shared this post on my blog:

I also put the button on my left sidebar. About to let Ladybird know as well.

Ladybird Ln said...

Thank you so much for featuring this on your blog!