Right: A premature baby's footprints at 19 weeks
Dee Giberson, Threads of Love board member, comes from a long line of seamstresses. Growing up, one of her biggest challenges came when her paternal grandmother asked her to make something using her old treadle sewing machine.Maybe you can relate? Read about Dee and so much more in our Spring issue of "Sew Much Love."
This edition includes more about our satellites and other volunteers. Don't miss the visit to our workshop by prospective nurses from the UT Health School of Nursing.Read about this and much more in our Spring (April) 2018 edition of the newsletter. Be sure to share it with others,too.
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As you can see, Threads of Love San Antonio is not only about producing items for premature babies, but we are also about caring, friendship, fellowship, and celebrating life together. Won't you consider joining us? If you're still undecided, stop by the workshop on a Tuesday morning, and see our volunteers in action.
San Antonio, Texas
Threads of Love
Sewing to serve premature babies
"SEW MUCH LOVE"