Surgical drapes go over the patient, and an oval in the center (called a fenestration) gives access to the surgical site. This is a single layer of fabric, except for the rectangle in the center. The edges of the drape have a double fold hem. The drape shown here is a small, approx. 12" x 12" with a 4" x 1.5" fenestration. This project started out a little intimidating, but in the end they offer just enough challenge to keep the project interesting and I really enjoy making them.
Pack wraps are used to wrap up items needed for surgery, like the patient drapes. These are simple squares of various sizes (12" x 12" and 20" x 20" shown here) with a front/back fabric. I chose to use the fun prints for one side and a coordinating solid on the other. When they do a surgery they can open a pack, lay it out on the tray and they are ready to go.