Date/TimeSat., January 16, 2021 from All Day
Part of the 2021 UUCF Weekend of Service.
We have two sewing projects that can be done in your own home on your own time. Completed pillowcases and face masks should be brought to the UUCF Food Drive on Sun., Jan. 17, 1-3 p.m.
Pillowcase Sewing Project for INOVA Hospital’s FACT Unit. If you have a sewing machine and can stitch a straight seam you can join us in making pillowcases at home in January. These will benefit the INOVA Fairfax Hospital’s Forensic Assessment and Consultation Team that addresses the unique needs of abused children and adults. Instructions will be provided for making pillowcases using the “burrito” method. The first pillowcase takes about 1 hour, later ones can be completed in 30 min. We hope you can use fabric you already have available at home, but if not contact Martha Ades and we can provide fabric to get you started. Martha will also provide instructions and sewing guidance over Zoom at 11 a.m. on Sat., Jan. 16. Details will be sent after you sign up.
Masks. In COVID times, masks are a constant need. If you have a pattern for mask making, please make as many as you are able and bring them to the Jan. 17 food drive. Here is a mask-making tutorial. If you need fabric, contact Youth Ministry Coordinator Courtney Firth.
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