This quilt was made in honor of my brother who lost his battle with cancer at age 37. The quilt pattern was designed by Lynda Luiten, owner the Quilters Market. Lynda used this pattern in one of her Stripper Club Classes in 2012. Joy thanks Lynda for her permission to use this pattern. Size: 58"x73".
All of our members are over 60 years of age and cancer has touched all of our lives in one way or another. We are grateful that we are able to contribute to this great cause in our small way. Size: 57"x70".
Dedicated to all men and women facing a cancer diagnosis and to the health care providers who support them. Also to my young friend Sarah McKinnon who lost her life to metastatic melanoma in April 2012. Machine quilted by Linda Powell. Size: 57"x57".
Our vision is a cancer-free world. We hope this quilt will contribute to our goal. Quilt created by Jo Getchen, Nancy Daisher, Natalie Furrey and Christie Kroger with machine quilting by Jo. Size: 53"x64".
Since I discovered quilting 3 1/2 years ago, I have experienced real joy in creating beauty, especially through the depression and dizziness resulting from a non-cancerous auditory tumor. Sharing beauty and contributing to the well-being of women and to those who love them is sheer pleasure. Size: 59"x60".
Sixteen women worked on this quilt. Give quilters an opportunity to come together and work toward a common goal, and they will rise to the task every time! In this case, the "Strip for a Cause" ladies generously gave of their time and talents to make quilts that would ultimately assist in the on-going battle against women's cancers within our community. Three of these women have passed away. Size: 56"x72".
As a newly formed quilting group, we wanted to make a quilt together to share our knowledge and work as one. This is our first effort as a group and we are thrilled with the results. Machine quilted by Moreen Yunck. Size: 59"x74".
I love making quilts! To all of my "quilting sisters" that have been touched by cancer, may this angel send love and healing energy to each and every one. Let's find a cure soon! Machine quilted by Jessica's Quilting Studio.
Since our first auction in 2003 we have raised over $750,000 and donated 99% of proceeds to Tucson-area organizations in support of research, training, and assistance for uninsured and underinsured women.
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