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National Sewing Month - Sew for a cause

September 7, 2011

September is National Sewing Month, and this year we are featuring four kinds of causes or charities you can donate your sewing skills and time to. This week we are spotlighting sewing for children's charities. There are many worthy ones around the country including Project Linus and Little Dresses for Africa. The one we are spotlighting this week is Newborns in Need. This charitable organization distributes knitted crocheted and sewn items of clothing and blankets to premature and full-term babies. Some of the staff here at fabric.com got together to create some blankets from the instructions at http://www.newbornsinneed.org. Here's a video clip that gives you a little more information about Newborns in Need and a look at our sewing bee Baby Blanket .m4v.

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You have one too many http codes in the Newborns in Need link. When I clicked on the link, I received an error message. Once I took out the extra http, then it worked.

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