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Charity Sewing - 2/5/2018 3:32:42 PM   
Grammie


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I've been making Fetal Demise Wraps for our local hospital...they haven't decided yet which one they prefer so here are the samples I will take to them this week.






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RE: Charity Sewing - 2/5/2018 3:34:12 PM   
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The second one:






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RE: Charity Sewing - 2/5/2018 3:35:37 PM   
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And the third...this one has a pillow in it! These are sized for babies that do not survive past about 18 - 20 weeks gestation. I see I forgot to clip some threads before taking the photo! I've fixed it now.






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RE: Charity Sewing - 2/5/2018 3:40:24 PM   
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All so sweet, what lovely wraps for these tiny babies.

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RE: Charity Sewing - 2/5/2018 4:29:39 PM   
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Such lovely work!! Whichever style they choose is sure to bring comfort to the parents.

Barbara

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RE: Charity Sewing - 2/6/2018 1:37:01 PM   
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OK - the delivery was made and they like two of the three. The middle (blue) one is the least preferred - so I won't make any more of those. I think I'll close the bottom of that one and give it to my granddaughter for her little dolly. These are quick to make and use up smaller cuts of flannel in my stash.

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RE: Charity Sewing - 2/6/2018 10:56:36 PM   
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How kind of you. They are lovely. I'm sure they are much appreciated by grieving parents.

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RE: Charity Sewing - 2/7/2018 8:36:05 AM   
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They're all so sweet and special....could you make all three kinds and then the
parents could pick? That's what one hospital I know of does with the gowns
that are donated.

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