Each year, the City Council gives money for a project that would benefit a group of residents, whether it's the pre-schoolers, the elders, the immigrants, etc. The Artisanat Club said they would do bibs for the nursing homes if the City would pay for the fabrics. They accepted.
Seventeen ladies showed up to tackle 60 adult bibs on a rainy Saturday morning.
The Club wanted labels to sew on the bibs, so people would know who we are. Someone printed out labels with the Club's name and then said it was free of charge. That was so nice of him.
Aren't they cute?
Because the labels cost us nothing, and the girls found some really good deals at the fabric store, 60 bibs turned into 84. Yes, 84 bibs were made in a matter of 6 hours!
The bin was full and we were all happy. The blue/green bag is a big grocery bag for scale.
Bravo, ladies! You rock my world!! (Don't look for me, I'm holding the camera!) The tall girl at the back with a pink bib is Sylvie. She has organized all this. Thank you again, girls. It was a wonderful, fun day.
Moving forward. This week saw our regular Artisanat meeting and Sylvie, that same Sylvie, gave me the leftover fabrics from the bibs. I am so lucky! I can pet my favourite orange fabric again. :^D
Have a great day everyone!
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