Hello All, I'm getting ready to ship the little dresses I make for missions is Africa. Thought you might like to see them. If you interested in helping with this just let me know in the comment and I'll get the information to you. Jan over at https://sewandsowfarm.blogspot.com shares this as well you might want to check her blog out too.
These three were my favorite of this group of dresses the smaller the dress the cuter they seem to be.
The larger t-shirts are usually not decorated and I wanted to send some larger dress too. But I'll keep looking for some cute ones. If any of you have some slightly worn t-shirts that maybe your child or grandchild have worn and would like share with me for these children I'll pay the shipping.
Say a prayer for these children, they have nothing. And the safety of the missionaries, we are so blessed.
Have a good evening, hugs and Blessings
Those are just precious! Beautiful work, Tonia.ReplyDelete
The dresses are absolutely adorable. I'm sure they are going to be well loved and appreciated.ReplyDelete
I'll say a prayer for the children as well as the missionaries.
Thanks for sharing, Tonya.
Tonia those are just adorable. Thank you for the shout out too! xo janReplyDelete
Hello Tonia, I am so happy that you have been a part of this wonderful ministry. Those sweet little girls will feel like a princess! I saw a while back of a dress ministry for these little girls that were made out of pillow cases. But yours are so pretty! God Bless you in this portion of helping these children! I need to find a project that I can do this winter that can be sent to them. I will pray for them! Hugs, RoxyReplyDelete
What adorable dresses. Mother and I sew pillowcase dresses for the girls. The joy of helping them so rewarding, isn't it? Going to check-out Jan's blog right now :)ReplyDelete
Cute cute dresses. Most of the dresses for Africa that I have seen are more of a sundress style. You are so right, smaller always seems cuter. Love the way you have embellished the tops too.ReplyDelete
They are adorable little dresses! Our guild has made some that are all cotton and drawstrings on top. Kudo's to you my friend!ReplyDelete
Adorable dresses! How wonderful you are doing this. My little shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child grow a little bit each month. :)ReplyDelete
Lord, please bless Tonia's efforts, the children and the missionaries involved. In Jesus name, amen.
The dresses are adorable! I've made some for them, but never any using the t-shirts. I really like these.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful thing it is that you're doing. The dresses are so sweet and I know they will be loved. Bless you.ReplyDelete
Hi Tonia, I am visiting from Jan's. Your dresses are darling! I really like this idea 'upcycling' cute t-shirts!!ReplyDelete
Those are adorable dresses and will definitely be welcomed by the little girls! You are so sweet to do this!ReplyDelete
They are so cute! I hadn't thought of making t-shirt dresses!ReplyDelete
This is such a wonderful thing to do, dear Tonia. I have been to Africa and I know these precious girls will enjoy the beautiful dresses that you have so lovingly made.ReplyDelete
Have a blessed Sunday! Hugs!
I'm interested in helping. I need more info. I'll go over to the blog link. But I have fabric. Even if I can't sew some for you I could get some fabric to you. Can you email me firstname.lastname@example.org.ReplyDelete