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Always In Stitches Charitable Donation Request Information


Always In Stitches is honored to provide charitable donations for community groups.  We receive many requests each year to provide door prizes, fabric, cash donations and such.  It is important these donations reach the intended consumer and to that end we have set forth the following parameters for all donations:


  •          Requests will only be accepted as a dated letter including the group letterhead (no emails)  that details the following:

o   Name of group

o   Contact person with phone number, mailing address and email

o   Date of event

o   Location of event

o   Expected attendance at the event

o   Type and value of donation expected

o   Deadline to pick up items

o   Name of person who will pick up items

  •          A flyer or advertising information should be included with the request so we can validate the event and include it in our newsletter as appropriate
  •          Requests must be received at least one month PRIOR to the scheduled event date
  •          No group or representative of a group may request more than one donation per calendar  year
  •          Requests may be denied at the discretion of management

We look forward to partnering with our customers in creating fun and profitable events for our community.  Should there be any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to reach out to our staff.

Thank you,


Capi Saxton


Always In Stitches

1808 East Conner Street

Noblesville IN 46060


       Moda Stitch Pink Quilt Link
 Block and Assembly instructions


Less than 15,000 away from goal!
Recent donations have pushed us over the 985,000 mark - 985,266 pillowcases to be exact! We're so close to our goal - can you help us get to one million pillowcases sewn and donated to charity?

The holiday season is the perfect time to donate pillowcases to those in need. Think of all the people in the hospital, nursing homes, shelters and more that could use a smile a homemade pillowcase can bring. Lift spirits this holiday season by making and donating pillowcases!
                                              Link to pillow case pattern
Heart Pillow
As part of our continuing program to help increase breast Cancer awareness, we want to share this pattern from the See Kate Sew website for making a pillow. This design is great for those who have any type of surgery as it helps support tender wounds and comforts the owner. Women who undergo a mastectomy often find this to be a big help during recovery.

We have made several from pink Cuddle Minky fabric to donate to our local hospital. Feel free to bring any you make into our shop and we will see they are passed along too.

                                                                                                Website Link for Pattern
Charitable Project for
Breast Cancer Awareness
Knitted Knockers are handmade breast prosthesis for women who have undergone mastectomies or other procedures to the breast.

Traditional breast prosthetics are usually expensive, heavy, sweaty and uncomfortable. Knitted Knockers on the other hand are soft, comfortable, beautiful and when placed in a regular bra they take the shape and feel of a real breast.

If you want to help provide these, we have provided the links to approved patterns and yarn below. We will be collecting these in our shop for your convenience. Thanks for helping!

                                                      Link to Knitted Knocker Pattern
                                                 Knitted Knockers Approved Yarn List
We often partner with local ministries in our community and we have selected Selah's Grace Ministries. This program exists to support families who have or will experience miscarriage, pregnancy loss, and infant loss. Our staff feels a special connection to this ministry as it was started in honor of Selah Grace born into heaven due to a cord accident at 36 weeks and 5 days of life. Selah is the granddaughter and niece of our staff members, Nancy and Julie Reed. We have watched this family turn their devastating sorrow into a purposeful ministry offering comfort for others during a most heartbreaking time.
One of the things they provide are Selah Boxes. These free boxes are passed along through hospitals or other bereavement programs to the parents of angel babies. The boxes include items to help parents journey through the grief process and create memories of their baby. Sometimes the only thing the parents have is the blanket used to swaddle their child. It is our goal to help provide in each box a specially made wrap for the baby.
We have a limited number of $5 kits with appropriate fabric and the pattern to make these angel wraps.
                              Angel Wrap Kit Link

If you can help, we will donate all the proceeds from the sale of the kits and the finished wraps to this special ministry. We ask anyone making a wrap to only use our kits as it does need to be made with the specific fabric included. When you complete the wrap please bring it back to our shop and we will pass it along to this ministry. For more information and how you can help them directly email:

Link to Selah's Grace Ministries Facebook Page

In Support of Breast Cancer Awareness...
One in eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime, even those with no family history of the disease. We encourage you to take control of your own health with annual screening and monthly self exams. The good news is when detected early, the 5 year survival rate is 99%. There are over 3.5 Million breast cancer survivors in the United States today.

We offer several projects in our shop to help support those affected with this disease. One project we want to share is this adorable cross stitch card. It's the perfect beginner project and would make a sweet gift of encouragement to anyone facing this illness. We have a few kits available you can order online, by phone or stop in the shop.
Always In Stitches is a drop off location for Project Linus blankets. Please check the Project Linus webpage for blanket requirements. The Hamilton County Project Linus coordinator is listed below if you have other questions.    
Serving Hamilton County
Contact: Julie R
(317) 445-1600