Syringe Driver Bag Workshop (1)

By Judith on August 24, 2019
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Today was the first of 2 Syringe Driver Bag Workshops at our studio in Conway Mill.


Syringe Driver Bags Workshop (1)


These amazing ladies donated their fabric, time and talent to learn how to make Syringe Driver Bags for Macmillan Cancer Care and N.I. Childrens Hospice.


Syringe Driver Bags Workshop (1)


It was a lovely day of sewing, chatting (and eating …. mostly chocolate!).


And half way through the day, the lovely Eleanor dropped in 21 donated bags!!!!!


Syringe Driver Bags Workshop (1)



So including all the bags made and donated today, our total number of bags stands at 294!


A huge thank you to everyone who has been beavering away making bags for these 2 amazing charities.


And if you would like to make some bags for your local palliative care unit, you can follow the free tutorial here.


Happy sewing!


2 thoughts on “Syringe Driver Bag Workshop (1)”

  1. I have had a busy summer, haven’t we all, no excuse really. I am still running around, but when I catch breath I have some syringe driver bags on my list. Maybe not 21 but a few anyway!

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