Hi everyone, to those who are planning to make a dress this year, my focus of distribution will be for girls between the ages of 6 to 12 and so sizes should be between 7 to 14. One size bigger will allow the child to wear the dress especially if they are of good quality (following the basic rules of sewing) for a longer period of time. Small dresses between 0 and 5 will be a low priority. For the past 3 years I have observed that it is really kids between the ages of 6 to 12 who are in great need of dresses. Infants/toddlers or up to age 5, they can normally wear hand me downs but who is going to do a hand-me-down dress to those between the ages of 6 to 12 if there is nothing to hand-down. For everyone's info. Thank you.
One Dress a Day Journey in 2013
Sewing for Charity in Sydney
I found this Dress A Girl Around the World campaign while browsing the internet and started to make dresses. Decided to create and establish it here to see if it would be accepted as a community work sometime in Mar 2011. From then on I have been managing the Dress A Girl Around the World campaign here in Australia. It is self-funded and my way of making a difference to the lives of disadvantaged kiddies around the world. I volunteer whatever time I can spare including weekends. I made all the items on this e-Shop to sell (except donated items where identified) to help me keep up with the cost of sending dresses overseas. Please browse over the products I made and if there is anything you like, please buy them. It is going to a very worthy cause. Thank you.