Scrub Bags for Frontline Workers

Students who have been working in school have been participating in a wide range of projects. In May, students worked with Miss Billin on an afternoon project to make cotton scrub drawstring bags, made from pillow-cases, for the staff of a care home in Attleborough. 

Staff at St Edmund’s Care Home were thrilled to receive the bags, which they can now use to put their scrub uniforms in as a hygienic bundle before being washed.

For some of the students this was the first time they had used a sewing machine and an opportunity to learn a new life skill, for others is was a chance to practice their sewing talents. But for all of them it was good knowing they had helped to supply some resources to our local key workers.

If you want to find out how to make your own drawstring bag from a pillow case (multiple uses!) then watch this video https://youtu.be/17zjje-TN1A

Make them yourself at home!
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