Dubbo Breakthru Sewing Program donates to Pillowcases for Oncology Kids

SPLASH OF COLOUR: Miranda Sellers, Naomi Barling, Tara Gaspert, Eden Ledgham, Olivia Robson, Samantha Eather, Takita Roberts, Libby Quigley, Rhiannon Hay and Amee Betts have been sewing pillowcases for sick kids. Absent is Kate Kotzur. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

SPLASH OF COLOUR: Miranda Sellers, Naomi Barling, Tara Gaspert, Eden Ledgham, Olivia Robson, Samantha Eather, Takita Roberts, Libby Quigley, Rhiannon Hay and Amee Betts have been sewing pillowcases for sick kids. Absent is Kate Kotzur. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

Children going through treatment for cancer will have just a little bit more colour in their rooms thanks to breakthru Dubbo.

The Dubbo Breakthru Sewing Program has made twenty pillowcases which will be donated to Pillow Cases for Oncology Kids.

The program ensures each child undergoing cancer treatment will be given their own pillowcase.

Customers at breakthru Dubbo enjoyed designing and making the cases which feature patchwork, applique, stripes and prints. Each cotton pillowcase is different.

A considerable amount of fabric was used for the project so the ladies are on the lookout for anyone who might be able to donate usable pieces of patchwork fabric for their next project.

Anyone with fabric to donate should contact breakthru on 6884 5151.

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