Pet Blankets Empowering Change! Two sisters sowing kindness and healing their grief by sewing blankets!
Sisters Sue Grandi (age 85) and Nancy Johnson (age 76) learned to sow from their mom by age 8. So while raising families and life took them on different career paths, their love for it never stopped.
But in 2020, when they both lost their spouses and two siblings and Sue lost a daughter and grandson, they decided to channel their grief into sewing and donating human and pet blankets everywhere possible from VA Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Churches, Homeless and more.
In 2021, Sue’s daughter Merry realized the value of a handmade blanket, combined with their one of a kind fabrics (for example “Cats on the Beach”), were the perfect start to turning their passion into purposeful profit! Now one year later, and over 1000 sold, they ‘lead the pack’ with their matching human/pet blankets (yes that’s right – one large for the parent and one matching small for their child). In addition, they offer hundreds of adorable dog and cat themed blankets, all reversible, with warm flannel sweet patterns that make the perfect gift for any pet owner, vet, dog or cat who loves their blanket (and what human or animal doesn’t love a warm blanket).
The best part of the story is that two women who lost SO much took all their love and poured it into starting something exciting and new. Moral: It’s NEVER too late! Free shipping and they love meeting new customers. Check them out at www.SistersSewingKindness.com.
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