Do you ever sew for a cause? I do and today, I’m working together with T&B Foundation to help make a difference fighting childhood cancer. Now, I know what you’re thinking…. make a difference, how?? Well, I’m hoping that together, we can help T&B Foundation reach their goal of creating and donating over 100 patient pouches filled with fun activities to the Willis Eye Institute in Philadelphia. Let’s start with some background-
The T&B Foundation was started to help make the journey a little easier for children fighting cancer like Brayden and Tyler. Their moms, Lindsey Barnett and Sabra Bateman, are determined to help ease the stressful waiting period during times of treatment by creating the patient pouch. This drawstring pouch is filled with fun activities to help provide a simple distraction while waiting for the next doctor’s appointment.
Calling all Stichers!!
Here is where you can help! Their goal is to deliver over 100 “Patient Pouches” to the Willis Eye Institute in Philadelphia this fall. So, if you have extra material in your stash and a little extra time to donate, please consider stitching up one of this quick drawstring pouches.
Download the Patient Pouch Pattern today and help make a child’s day a little brighter. This pattern was designed especially to help T&B Foundation provide comfort and smiles to young patients in need. Please consider donating your talent by creating a patient pouch today.
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