Scrubs…The End

OK! so after sewing 30 sets of scrubs- which is just over 100 items- and £100 raised for the NHS over 6 weeks, I am happy!

Thank you for all your help, may it have been in the form of cash, fabric or words of encouragement, I simply could not have done it without you all. I am truly humbled, grateful and so excited to know that I have friends out there ready to trust me and help me out!? (yes! it took a worldwide pandemic for my stubborn mind to believe it!

Mr Price, headmaster in Westonbirt Prep School showcasing his scrubs set for the Telegraph newspaper. I was so pleased to read that he liked it and that it did fit him!! it’s nice to see your work “in-situ”
Tracing my paper pattern to have a copy for each size.
after printing the patterns they needed to be put together like a puzzle. it was very clearly indicated. It was so helpful.
Donation from my local sewing shop, Loose Ends fabrics. So generous.
Each set was sent in its own wash bag so the wearer would get changed before leaving the work place and put it all in the washing machine until the next day…
Sets going to the Southampton hospital Children with Cancer Department. Trying to cheer them up……
A rare moment with my pal, outside in daytime (or just about!)
Health visitors sets
Prep school sets
Nursery sets

Together, not only have we helped a vital cause but also made the world a little bit safer and the people a little bit happier. And at the moment, that is huuuuge!

Thank you, I love you too!! Stay safe!


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