Sewing Machine & Kit Bag Appeal
Together with The Fat Quarter shop in Banbury, we appeal for unwanted usable sewing machines to refurbish for TWAM to then send them abroad to support people and communities.
The bags from our appeal will be used to hold the contents of sewing kits that will accompany the machines we send.
Tailors use a sewing kit every single day to help them make new clothes and do repairs. The kits contain tailoring items like scissors, pins, needles, cotton, and more. They are an essential part of the job, helping them to keep customers happy and put food on the table.
I have published a free simple sewing kit bag pattern below as a printable PDF download. We estimate that we'll send around 4,500 sewing machines this year, so we'll need a lot of kits to go with them! So if you can donate your time, click the link below to download the free pattern and make a bag to hold the essential tools for these sewing kits. Finished Kit Bags and usable unwanted sewing machines can be dropped into The Fat Quarter shop in The Cherwell Business Village in Banbury, OX162SP during regular opening hours.
Thank you for your Support.