Little Dresses with Hope & Love
We are making a brand new little dresses for girls in developing country as a sign of hope, created with love and prayers.
In 2008 a woman named Rachel Alexader O’Neill started a sewing project using pillow cases for dresses and calling it “Little Dresses for Africa”. (www.littledressesforafrica.org)
In 2011 an Altar and Rosary Society of St. Patrick’s Church in Maytown, Illinois, started sewing little dresses for a Lenten project and is still sewing today.
In 2017, Faith United Methodist Church in Downers Grove, Illinois, launched their mission by the grace of God and the dedication of the women willing to serve.
In 2019, we became aware of Faith UMC’s dedication. So we joined their project by praying and sewing. And 2020, we started to make our own dresses.
1. Be a place of local community to talk & enjoy sewing. Get to know each other and the needs and pray together.
2. Making dresses that go to girls in need through missionaries.
– Cotton 45″ wide (as little as 22″ long will make a size 3)
– Double fold bias tape
– 1/4 inch elastic
– Decorative lace (as long as 20″ can be used)
– A sewing machine
Orland Park First Korean UMC
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Get in touch those in need with God’s guidence
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