Revisiting ICE or Emergency Contact Pocket

I posted a tutorial for these back in June.

ICE Samples

When I visited my daughter I brought her some for her 4 boys, she thought it was a great idea but at the same time she said it was hard to think that something like that would ever be needed.

How often do we live our lives thinking the not so pleasant things happen to others but not to us.

My son was hit by a car riding his bike when he was 8 or 9. We lived in a small town and everyone knew everyone. So when it happened they were able to contact me right away. Few of us live in small towns anymore. The “what if” they didn’t know who he was never entered my mind. It didn’t have to. But today it does.

This is a great way to show your family members you love them and it is also a great service project to do and share with your local fire department or police station.

I ordered several yards of pre-printed logo fabric for my local sewing club and I am making it available to anyone who contacts me (while supplies last). The cost is 4 for $1.00 (8/$2, 12/$3) with a self-addressed stamped envelope. If you plan to share the project with others and want to purchase larger quantities the fabric is available to purchase over at Spoonflower. 

ICE Fabric

I’m not sure if my daughter put them to use, or my son for that matter. And I hope they are never needed. But there are no guarantees.

The tutorial, printable contact sheets and files if you want to print your own logo can be found here.

If you would like me to send you preprinted logos, contact me below and I will send you my information.