Kitenge, Kitenge, Everywhere!

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This photo was shot driving down Gulu Highway on the way to the Ziwa Rhinoceras Reserve for a Tailor’s Day Out.  No matter how many times we see Kitenge or wax printed African Fabric, they still get us excited!  Aren’t they stunning?  So many colors and fun prints to choose from!

To Market, To Market

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To Market, To Market we go! In April, we celebrated the departure of our dear friend Furaha of Kikapu Designs with the final Last Minute Shoppers Market in Kampala.  Agnes went to town with Jessica to see what other projects … Continue reading

The 25 Children of Christmas

It’s almost 2014, but we have a few more things to accomplish in 2013, mainly 25! Our advanced tailoring students have 25 children that we collectively sponsor for their education. As their mothers work so hard, part of their education … Continue reading

Welcome to Kapeeka!

Welcome to Kapeeka!

Here is our bustling metropolis of Kapeeka, Uganda. The round about is where the black top ends (No, not Shel Silverstein’s sidewalk, the actual road). Fifteen years after The War of the Bush, the Ugandan Government paid back the villagers … Continue reading

Rachel and Jessica

Rachel and Jessica

This sweet little girl is Rachel. At the time this photo was taken, she was anywhere from 7-9 years old depending on who you asked. When she was younger, she contracted malaria and her family was unable to purchase the … Continue reading

Meet Our Advanced Tailors!

Meet Our Advanced Tailors!

Our first group of Advanced Tailors are all amazing women! Unfortunately, Justine was not available on photo day, as she has just welcomed her second, beautiful baby! Their distinct personalities lend to nothing but fun and it is always amazing … Continue reading

Francis and Mamma Sewing

Francis and Mamma Sewing

Even though it has been two years, we still love this photo of Francis and Mamma sewing in the last few rays of winter light. We started in a bullet ridden school house without doors, windows, electricity, or even a … Continue reading