Granddaughter Learns How To Sew. 4 Years Later She Makes 107 Dresses For Girls She Doesn’t Know

by Grace Eire
Grace plays in a band and is the mother to a black cat named Fitzhugh.

If anyone ever said that kids can’t make a difference in the world, boy, they were wrong.

Bailey Chance is a 13-year-old girl in eighth grade who knows that the world is so much bigger than her, her family, her friends, and her immediate community.

She is making more of a difference than many adults out there ever will.

When Bailey was just 9 years old, her nana, Nancy Geren, taught her how to sew. But she knew that she wasn’t just teaching her how to thread a needle and how to stitch. Nancy knew that she was teaching her sweet granddaughter a skill that she might be able to use for good later in her life.

Little did Nancy know how soon Bailey would find a charitable way to use the skill she taught.

Bailey has sewn a total of 107 dressed from scratch for an organization called Dress a Girl Around the World. The organization sends dresses to girls and young women in areas that may have recently undergone a natural disaster or to places that are simply plagued with poverty.

It’s amazing what a difference one single dress can make in the life of a girl that didn’t previously have one. The bright colors and patterns that Bailey uses for her one-of-a-kind dresses for charity offer a bit of cheeriness to little girls that can really use it.

Nancy knows that her granddaughter is far beyond her years and is so proud of how she’s put the things that she taught her to practice.

You have to see what she says about Bailey for yourself in the video below.

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