Saturday, April 20, 2013

Huggable Hope Sewing Day

Do you remember the adorable dolls my ever so amazing sister, Robin, makes? Here's a reminder...

Yes. I know. Be still, they are beautiful!

There was a great outpouring of support for Robin's idea to give the dolls away to the little girls and boys staying at Brent's Place. We had hoped to have a production day shortly after the first batch of dolls were delivered, but you know, since Robin has been busy taking care of, teaching, and loving her family AND my kids when we've been away, a little more prep time was needed.

This is the first batch of dolls.

As you can see, these sweet dolls bring hopeful comfort and delight.

Jamie said over and over, "Que bonita!" How pretty.
Ginger loved the cowgirl hat and boots just like hers!

Please join us for a day to cut, sew, stuff, and stitch love for the future owners of Huggable Hope Dolls.

WHEN: Saturday, May 18th from 10am-3pm (this is NOT a required time frame, more like an open house thing! If you can help at any point during this stretch of time, just drop in and that would be great!)

WHERE: Summitview Community Church, Room 106, 1601 W. Drake Road, Fort Collins, CO

WHAT: If you can sew please come! If you know nothing about sewing, but have nimble fingers to: embroider, turn out limbs on dolls, cut out patterns, iron seams, stuff dolls please come!

BRING: If you have the following items, please bring them!

  • Sewing Machine(s)
  • Shears
  • Iron/Board (if a small one)
  • A friend! If you know someone who might want to help, bring them along.
  • I will provide all the materials for the dolls.

Visit the Facebook event for futher details for the sewing day and to share with your your friends. You can also email


1 comment:

  1. Aaaaw! Seeing kids with their dolls is so sweet! If I was in Fort Collins, I would totally be there on May 18th! God has given you such a heart for other children in Esther's situation, and that is so cool to see!