Tuesday, March 17, 2009

I spent the day stuffing bra kits with Kim

Today was a very busy day. The morning was spent making copies of the entry forms, fliers, data sheets, etc. for the Brazieres For A Cure bra kits. Bins, pink ribbon fabric and small pink bows were purchased over the past several days. Kim, an employee at Sew Many Quilts volunteered to help out today and get the kits ready. We pinned a small pink bow on each bra, and sorted them out by size – from 32A to 44DD. Each location is getting an assortment of sizes and styles – push up, strapless, sport, padded, support and lacey. The local newspaper, The Press & Sun Bulletin caught wind of what we were up to and sent someone over to take pictures. It might be in tomorrow’s paper (http://www.pressconnects.com/).

Sew Many Quilts has their kits available now. O’Susannah’s will get theirs tomorrow, and Quilter’s Corner will get theirs on Friday. The project is limited to 100 entries and the artists have until August 1st, 2009 to return them. Judging and photographing will be done in August, and the bras will start touring the Southern New York region in September. Dates, times and locations will be posted here and on local community calendars.

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