This beautiful purse is made by Rebecca from Girls Got Fabric and this gorgeous necklace and bracelet set is made by Claire at Slingamebobs.
This set is raising money for for the Omaleshe Projects Trust. This is a charity which supports the teaching of dancing and drumming to orphans and vulnerable children in Namibia, many of whom have been affected by the HIV pandemic, as an effective approach to dealing with grief and sorrow and a way of building confidence and self esteem for the children.
A bit about the makers:
Rebecca from Girls Got Fabric
"I’m a work at home mum of two boys based in the West Midlands. I create usable accessories to cherish from beautiful fabrics. Since a young age, I have always enjoyed making things and I take great pride and care in everything I do. It is always both exciting and an honour to be asked to turn a special woven wrap into something new for a family to have to treasure their babywearing journey."
Claire from Slingamebobs:
"I am an independent business owner working around a young family creating beautiful and uniquely handmade babywearing/breastfeeding necklaces and many other accessories made from woven wrap scraps. Having given up a 12 year career to pursue Slingamebobs, which is now in its 3rd year, I take much pride and care in what I do. I am very passionate in what I do and love helping parents to feel good about themselves and to help them along their babywearing or breastfeeding journey."
Also on Instagram and twitter as @Slingamebobs.
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