Sew Much Love

In this edition of our newsletter, we pay tribute to various volunteers and share the wonderful things God is doing through our ministry. 

Read July 2012 Sew Much Love


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TOL’s Greatest Need

There are three items that we need the most:

Flannel or cotton blankets for swaddling the babies (20 inch squares with rounded corners).

Isolette covers 36″ x 42″ quilts which keep the cold and light out and the heat in. These aid the baby’s neurological development. The nurses and parents really enjoy the bright colors.

Solid-color booties

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New Outreach

For years, we have received beautiful large afghans. They were too large and too heavy for the premature babies so we prayed and felt led to give them to a chaplain who took them to the Wounded Warriors. When the chaplain could no longer deliver for us, we started to deliver them ourselves to the Warriors and Family Support Center (WFSC). It is located at BAMC (or SAMMC). The building was built with donated funds and is so very welcoming.

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Thank you Note

Dear Liz,

I don’t think I can begin to put into words how wonderful and meaningful your “Threads of Love” ministry is! There are many reasons (diagnoses) why our much anticipated babies don’t make it.

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Cook’s Corner

In 2007, Threads of Love produced a cookbook. Barbara Roitsch lovingly typed it, and handled shipping it to the printer and the business end of it. It has sold well, not for profit, but for fun. Each month we will feature one recipe. Threads of Love members not only sew, crochet, knit, and quilt, but they are good cooks, too.

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To God Be The Glory

To God be the glory! Great things He has done! 2011 has been a banner year for the SARAH Chapter of Threads of Love. The building (Sarah’s Workshop) has enabled us to organize everything under one roof and be aware of needs before they arise. This leads to better organization. Our Tuesday and/or Thursday volunteers have increased from 50 to 75 regular attendees.

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