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Need Catheter Covers for Hospice Patients

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ORGANIZATION: Inspiration Hospice

  • 2 people are interested

We are in desperate need of catheter covers, also called dignity bags, for our hospice patients

Things You'll Need

  • 14-inch by 32-inch piece of fabric

  • Iron

  • Sewing machine

  • Thread

  • 2 18-inch lengths of satin ribbon

Step 1

Cut a piece of fabric to 14 inches wide by 32 inches long. Lay the fabric on a flat surface and fold both narrow ends to create a pouch for the hanger ribbon to slide through. Fold over one inch at the bottom of the fabric and iron flat. Fold over the ironed section once more and iron the seam flat again.

Step 2

Sew a seam 1/4 inch above the bottom of the ironed folds to secure the folded flaps in place and create a slot that the ribbon can be fed through.

Step 3

Fold the entire piece of fabric in half lengthwise, with the pattern facing inward. Sew a 1/4-inch seam up both sides of the fabric, securing both halves together to create a bag. Stop the seam approximately 1/4 inch below the openings of the ribbon slots to avoid sewing the ends of the slots closed.

Step 4

Reach your hand inside the bag and turn the bag right side out so the pattern shows on the exterior.

Step 5

Cut two pieces of a coordinating-color ribbon, or a sturdy cord, to 18 inches long. Slide each piece of ribbon or cord through the slots at the top of the bag until an equal length extends from both sides.

These will be used to tie the catheter bag cover to the side of hospital beds, wheelchairs, or anywhere else that catheter users need to discreetly store a urine collection bag.

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About Inspiration Hospice


434 W Ascension Way, Suite #225, Murray, UT 84123, US

Mission Statement

Through our philosophy of unity, kindness, and professionalism, we inspire an environment of compassion and wellness, where holistic care is given and received.


Do you want to make a difference in someone's life, including yours? Join our amazing organization and touch the lives of our patients. We have patients located throughout Provo, Orem, Salt Lake, Bountiful, Layton, Ogden, Brigham, Tooele and other surrounding cities. They are often located in facilities or their own personal residence. We provide excellent training as well as continuing education to all volunteers throughout your service with us. Take this opportunity to come into someone's life when so many others are slipping out. We match you up with patients in your area. "The last good thing that may happen in a persons life is a hospice volunteer." Give an hour or two a week and become someone's last best friend.


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