Project Apron is now launched and ready to receive aprons for the women of Haiti. For complete details, please visit Craft Hope's facebook page (their new website is not quite up and running yet).
For the one or two of you (like me) who aren't on Facebook, here's some quick info...
APRONS FOR THE WOMEN OF HAITI:
--Keep the style pretty-but-practical. Nothing too frilly, ruffly or lacey.
--Make sure the fabrics are very wash-friendly. Quilting cottons are recommended.
--Either full or half aprons are fine. A pocket or two would be nice.
--Keep the aprons more kitchen-apron style as opposed to craft/gardening/novelty type.
--You may include a hand-written note with your apron.
--Jade has set a deadline of May 31 for the aprons because she will want to move on to her next project. However, you may continue to send aprons through the end of July if you need more time. We have trips planned for June and November so your apron won't miss the boat!
--All sizes of aprons are accepted (even girl's sizes too).
--I am putting a 'Project Apron' board on my Pinterest site so you can see styles of aprons that I think will work great for the ladies.
SEND APRONS TO:
HAITI BY HAND
3333 BENTON ROAD
CEDAR HILL TN 37032
Thanks and have fun stitching up an apron or two!