An adorable ocean view with many arks with animals, Audrey used Brenda Groelz's pattern Noah's Ark. As a teacher of 34+ years, I often had to remind my students that "sometimes the going gets tough, but the tough keep going!" Size 44 x 56 inches Available Qty: 1
Audrey has donated a wonderful patriotic quilt in red, white and blues. The large center star includes a clear pocket to display a picture of your military memory. Audrey says "Thank you" to the military men and women who allow us to enjoy freedom. Size 36 x 36 inches Available Qty: 1
We in the Roadrunner Bee dedicate this quilt to the many people we've known who have lost their battle with cancer and those survivors among our family and friends. Members who made this quilt include Cinny Hall, JoAnn Hinchliffe, Karen Kelter, Edie Markle
Size 49 x 60 inches Available Qty: 1
A bright large throw that is covered with jars of critters, dragonflies, butterflies, frogs, etc. A delight for anyone. Carol dedicates this quilt to her daughter a breast cancer survivor. Size 46 x 56 inches
A delightful Humpty- Dumpty panel surrounded by a variety of orange fabric blocks provides for a very happy quilt to be enjoyed by a little one. To all the children who have lost loved ones to this dreadful disease. May it bring a smile to them.
Size 35 x 54 inches
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A wonderful combination of reds, blues, and pink half-square triangle blocks set on point and sashed with white makes for an adorable quilt. The bright pink floral border with an white inner border trimmed in red rick-rack just makes the quilt. Peggy dedicated her quilt to her 2 sisters-in-law who have survived ovarian cancer and both continued in good health! Yeah!! Size 33 x 40 inches
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U of A fans will love this throw, the U of A fabric was fussy cut to highlight the wildcat symbols and the machine quilting is cat paws and loops, just delightful. "Sharing the joy with Wildcat fans. Size 61 x 74 inches
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Churn dash blocks with fussy cut flower fabrics centers are surrounded with a white border with bright colored stepping stones in this wonderful little quilt that any baby would enjoy. I made this quilt to use pieces leftover from the border of another quilt. It turned out so cute and I had no one to give it to, so I wanted someone else to give it to their special someone. Size 39 x 47 inches Available Qty: 1
This is a fun quilt pieced with junk yard dawgs made from bright print fabric and embellished with rick rack, the chain leash can be used to hang the quilt on the wall or it can be removed totally from the quilt. Like almost everyone, my life has been touched by breast and gyn cancers both in my family and in my family of friends. In my small way, I want to honor those people and their struggles.
Size 44 x 58 inches
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A fun ocean themed quilt that any child will enjoy, it is lit up by the colorful fabrics in gold, magenta, pink and turquoise. Judy wants to support cancer research and treatment for women of our community. Size 42 x 42 inches Available Qty: 1
Lively batik fabric highlights the geometric pattern creating the petals in this quilt. When Mary was diagnosed with cancer, she wanted to donate her quilts to her favorite charities. She gave this one to Quilt For a Cause. Size 45" x 45"
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The fabulous quilting brings old and new together in this quilt. The vintage blocks in this quilt were bequeathed to Debbie Penner from the Robbins family. She in turn donated them to QFaC. They were bordered with the modern day paisley fabric and quilted by Suzanne Irving. Size 48.5" x 61.5"
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Raspberry and Orange Sherbet was made using fabric donated by Dr William Odette from his wife Mary's fabric stash. Orange and pink must have been some of Mary's favorite colors and it was fun to pull this fabric together into a large lap quilt for some one to enjoy. Bill Meeker from Lucinda's Nice Things did the wonderful free motion quilting. Size 53 x 70 inches. Available Qty: 1
This is an absolutely adorable appliqued child's quilt. It would be terrific hanging on the wall of the new baby's room, there are nine different animals made by the Sonoita Crossroads Quilters. The quilters are Sara Cobb, Donna Lee, Leah Swanson, Jody Brosseit, Polly Lightner, Linda Surmacewicz, Pat Hedrick, Alison Bunting, and Jeannette Childers. They dedicate this quilt to the Crossroads Quilters members who have conquered breast cancer. Size 45.5 x 45.5 inches Available Qty: 1
This delightful quilt would be wonderful as a wall hanging or for a small child to enjoy. The sea critters created using yo-yos are terrific, lots of bright colors and fun textures to play with. Sue has lost two members of her family to cancer. We need to do everything possible to find a cure. Size 51 x 62 inches Available Qty: 1
This wonderful little star sampler made in pastel colors would work well for a baby or child's quilt or could be used for an adult or hung on a wall. Pat dedicates this quilt to all women, survivors and friends. Size 50 x 50 inches Available Qty: 1
Here's a quilt that would work well as a stunning wall hanging in a narrow space or displayed on a long dining room table. The bright greens, reds, orange, and teal fabrics really pop against the beige background. Susan's interpertation of the Judy Niemeyer pattern Farmhouse windows is spectacular and offset beautifully with machine quilting by Julie House. Size 18 x 57 inches Available Qty: 1
The golds, pinks, plum and yellow fabrics highlight this beautiful interpretation of the Mixed Berries pattern. Roberta did a wonderful job in piecing her quilt and Linda Powell highlighted the quilt with her great machine quilting. This quilt was donated in honor of Roberta's mother who is a breast cancer survivor. Size 57 x 58 inches. Available Qty: 1
The mint greens, blues and white fabric make Mint Julep quilt just as refreshing as a sip of the drink it's named after. Cinny Hall, JoAnn Hinchcliffe, Karen Kelter and Edie Markle from the Roadrunners Quilt Bee made this quilt using Urban Cabin pattern by Atkinson Desgins, the fabric was donated by William Odette from his wife Mary's stash. The quilt is donated in her memory. Size 47 x 69 inches. Available Qty: 1
This is a bright and happy quilt with nine wonderful machine appliqued snakes which some child will love to have in his room. Judy Hutchinson, a member of the Tucson Quilters Guild passed away in 2014 of cancer. This quilt was one of her projects that some members of the Hummingbird Stitchers Quilt Guild completed in her memory. Size 52 x 52 inches. Available Qty: 1
Jane enjoys stitching these adorable bear embroidery pictures and then making them into a cute little quilt. Bears in Grandma's attic will certainly be enjoyed by a little one for many years. Size 37 x 37 inches Available Qty: 1
Oh Baby! certainly screams baby quilt when you see it. The soft and cuddly baby quilt will bring joy to any new parent and will bring funds to help continue our fight against breast and gynecologic cancers. Size 33.5 x 33.5 inches Available Qty: 1
Crop Circles is a delightful quilt made of pastel log cabin circle blocks, it was made by A Nice Group of Friends. The pastel colors will be enjoyed by any child. The quilting in this piece is really amazing, it sets off the circles very nicely. Size 44 x 59 inches
Alley cats will be enjoyed by any cat lover or child who loves bright colors. Diane made the quilt using Evelyn George's pattern Double Rainbow. Diane also did the machine quilting on Alley Cats. Size 36 x 55 inches Available Qty: 1
Diane won Lynne Jensen's quilt at the Sr Jose Women's Center Silent Auction last year, Diane says that winning the quilt was an honor and feels like it should continue on its journey to another luck person. Lynne made the quilt from a jelly roll, a large roll of 2 1/2 inch strips, the pastel colored strips are set off with dark purple cornerstones. Size 60 x 60 inches. Available Qty: 1
Mr Monster would be a delightful addition to anyone's Halloween decorations this year and for many years to come. The Piecepatcher bee created Mr. Monster from the Happy Halloween Pattern by Amy Bradley Designs. Size 23.5 x 26.0 inches Available Qty: 1
Annette's donated yet another beautiful quilt, this one is made with red, light blue and beige fabrics using Nancy Martin's pattern Nancy's Fancy. This quilt would be a delight for a child of any age. Size 62 x 62 inches. Available Qty: 1
It's amazing what friends can put together when challenged at a Quilt Camp. The Quilters Market Camp Wannamakeaquilta campers Colleen Babcock, Diane Bach, Kathy Dehn and Jill Jackson-Mandel participated in the ugly fabric challenge and created this cute southwestern wall hanging featuring not only the ugly fabric but embellished with rick rack and feathers from a pair of earrings. Size 11.5 x 24.0 Available Qty: 1
Bright colors make this quilt based on Katie Holland's pattern Now and Later which was published in the APQ Magazine. Judy did the free motion loop quilting on this delightful quilt. Size 44 x 50 inches. Available Qty: 1
Carol made this quilt from the pattern Pastel Throw in the Quilt-Lovers' Favorites Better Homes and Garden magazine, the pastel colors will certainly please any youngster, young or old who receives this quilt. Carol is a quilter and breast cancer survivor who hopes that this quilt will brighten a youngster's room or bed. Size 39 x 48 inches. Available Qty: 1
Linda rescues old blocks. Love to put them together to make bright new quilts. The strippy blocks show the colorful diversity of the 50's to 70's. Angelika Haeber did the machine quilting.
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A great mix of 2 inch bright colored squares alternated with white squares makes a wonderful quilt to be enjoyed by any baby or toddler. Dedicated to my grandmother, Mabel Quibley. She died from cervical cancer, when I was only 6 years. I treasure the memory of the times I got to spend with her. Size 39 x 46 inches. Available Qty: 1
A delightful mix of red and white prints with black and white prints shows of the pattern Reading very well. To my mother, Mary Francis Quigley Mills. She died from basil cell carcinoma. She loved to read and always asked me to puzzle "What's black and white and red all over." She'd laugh and tell me the newspaper. Size 42.5 x 52.5 inches.
Carol used a printed panel of a mountain lion to make this quilt, Pam Ashbaugh highlighted the panel with free motion quilting. Carol says "Breast cancer runs in my family and both my sister and I are breast cancer survivors. I am delighted to support Quilt For a Cause to raise money for research and assistance to women who battle breast and gynecological cancer." Size 37.5 x 32 inches. Available Qty: 1
Heavenly Clouds was made from fabric donated in memory of Mary Odette by her husband Dr William Odette of Tucson Medical Center. Mary Bazzano and her bee members made the delightful pastel quilt from the pattern Gypsy Coin by Evelyn George. Size 51 x 57 inches. Available Qty: 1
This is a two-sided quilt made by the 6th grade class of Congregation Beth Israel's Religious School in Houston, TX for Gabby Giffords. There are 39 hand drawn blocks to honor and support Gabby in her recovery. Size 50 x 33 inches. Available Qty: 1
A wonderful interpretation of the pattern Harmonic Convergence by Ricky Tims in African prints with appliqued wild animals and wood carved animals. Judy says that her parents both suffered from cancer and her quilt "Africa" is donated in their memory. Size 29 x 31 inches. Available Qty: 1
This quilt has stunning colors, the celadon green, rusts, and blacks really make an intriguing whirl-a-gig pattern on this quilt. Linda Powell did the machine quilting. Size 46 x 47 inches. Available Qty: 1
Any child would love this blue, orange, yellow and lime green quilt made with fish fabric. The quilt was machine pieced and hand quilted. Linda Phar from the Leisure World Quilters donated this lovely quilt in memory of her niece Robin Reeder who died 2 years ago from breast cancer. She was 34 years old and left a husband and 2 children. She was a wonderful person. Size 57 x 57 inches.
The Corpus Christi Quilt Ministry donated this delightful quilt made of 4 x 4 blocks set on point set off by the white background fabric. This quilt was machine pieced and machine quilted. Size 82 x 85 inches.
Carol W. Carpenter made Jungle Fever using a pattern from the Quilters Market. The autumn colors blended with a variety of purples make this an wonderful quilt for children of all ages. Kris Neifield did the quilting. Carol says that breast cancer runs in her family and both her sister and Carol are breast cancer survivors and she is delighted to support Quilt For a Cause to raise money for research and assistance to women who battle breast and gynecologic cancers. Size 51 x 59 inches. Available Qty: 1
The bright colors of pink, orange, purple and blue pinwheels on the white background and sashed with yellow make this a tropical delight. Kris Neifield did the quilting. Carol says that breast cancer runs in her family and both her sister and Carol are breast cancer survivors and she is delighted to support Quilt For a Cause to raise money for research and assistance to women who battle breast and gynecologic cancers. Size 63 x 79 inches. Available Qty: 1
Enjoy this bright colored contemporary version of an eight-point star quilt made by Jane Glass, quilted by Suzanne Irving and donated by Corpus Christi Quilt Ministry. Size 50 x 59 inches Available Qty: 1
This multi-colored bright quilt will be enjoyed by a child of any age. Evelyn dedicates the quilt her quilting friends, some who are now gone, remembering all the fun we had quilting together. Miss you, Poagie and Ann! Size 52 X 60 inches. Available Qty: 1
This Christmas log cabin is made with reds, forest greens, and brown fabrics on a white background. It is machine pieced with raw edge appliqué and embroidery embellishments. Create treasured memories for the ones you love, for it is by that we will be remembered. Made by Sara Rumbaugh, Joanna Strohn, Rita Watkins, Masayo Morgan, Joyce Kaiser, Ruth Martin, Mary Bazzano, Dorothy Callahan, Becky Ruhl, Kay Hendricks, Vivian Streeter, Evelyn George, Linda Koliopoulos (Started by Kathy Zimmer). Size 77 x 84 inches. Available Qty: 1
The teal, mint green, and coral attic windows highlight the jumping tigers in this quilt that the Piecemakers Bee made in memory of their long time friend and Bee member, Francez Zapotocky, who died at 92. This tiger fabric was in her stash, so we made this quilt, with tigers jumping everywhere. Frances would have included a lot of embellishment. Size 50 x 72 inches. Available Qty: 1
The cute ballet dancers on the pink and blue fabric make this a wonderful quilt for any inspiring ballerina. This is dedicated to my granddaughter Mary in hopes that these cancers will be cured in her lifetime. Size 54 x 72 inches. Available Qty: 1
Any child would love to cuddle under this delightful quilt with doodlebugs, ladybugs and duckworms or perhaps enjoy looking at it hung on their bedroom wall. Doodlebugs, Ladybugs, and Duckworms adapted by Deborah from Karie Patch Designs. In admiration of my two older sister, both of whom are breast cancer survivors. Size 58 x 66 inches. Available Qty: 1
Quilting for Others received material from Vera Pied's family. Vera was a long time member of the Tucson Quilt Guild. Vera passed away in August of 2014. These cats were a panel that I cut up and made into a quilt from Vera's material. The autumn and earth tone homespun fabric is adorable in this cute cat quilt, buttons and embroidered faces top it off. Size 40 x 49 inches.
Made by Linda George. I want to show my support for fighting breast and gynecological cancers. I hope my contribution will help women in their quest to stay well and get well and fight for a cure. Size 34 x 34 inches. Available Qty: 1
Made by Annette Meyer. In a charm quilt, each patch is different. Fabrics are only used once. Cancer is the same. It is unique to each individual. When you look at this quilt, see the variety of people fighting cancer. Size 72" x 86". Available Qty: 1
This quilt is dedicated to Mary Odette. The ABC panel was hers. I added fabric and created a baby quilt that I thought grandparents would want to give a baby. Mary died too soon.
Made by Pam Ashbaugh. Size 30" x 39"
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