These are the thoughts from Virginia's Friends… she was adventurous…enthusiastic…determined…inspirational..Ironman. She said, "Stop and look" … "Do what makes you happy!" She made others question their beliefs in the most positive way. She was like going home to your best friend. We all miss her and what she taught us about Life. Size 55" x 74.5"
The jellyroll fabric used in this quilt was donated to QFaC in memory of Mary Odette by Dr. William Odette of Tucson Medical Center. The Quilt was machine pieced and machine quilted by Deborah Bishop. Size 47 x 52 inches.
Mary started this quilt in my class in 2009. After her death in 2012 I acquired her "stash" from her husband, Dr. Bill Odette, a member of the TMC staff who was my mother's oncologist back in 2009 when Mary took the class. I found the pieces of this quilt in one of the boxes and decided to finish it in her memory. It was included in the 2016 Quilt Art Engagement Calendar. Size 47 x 58 inches.
Through these "Love Notes" I would like to tell each of my relatives how much they are missed! To my father who died of lung cancer and 3 of his siblings with 3 other different forms of cancer and my Mom's sister who died of gynecologic cancer. Size 33 x 42 inches. Available Qty: 1
Betty donated this old top from Indiana, the squares are made from feed sacks, fabric scraps, dish towels, etc. Suzanne Irving brought the old top back to life with loving machine quilting. Size 75 x 79inches. Available Qty: 1
I took Maxine Rosenthals "Cube" class through TQG specifically to include them in this quilt. Now, I have a new design skill and the QFaC gets this delightful, very pink swirly quilt. I have enjoyed exploring the beautiful designs created within the individual blocks. Thank you to Kris Neifeld for her beautiful quilting. P. S. What surprised me about the making of the design, was the vast amount of sewing involved. Size 44 x 58 inches. Available Qty: 1
An absolutely adorable wall hanging featuring 5 long puppies embellished with ribbons and buttons, Joy donates this quilt to honor her little brother who lost his battle with cancer. Size 44 x 67 inches.
Working with strips brought this creation together. The fabric came from a fellow quilter and the title was inspired by Sue Irving's quilting of the wave curves, which bring out the color of water. Size 42 x 51 inches. Available Qty: 1
Working with fabrics from a fellow quilter I put the brights colors together then machine appliqued different shapes to create "Math Shapes". Sue Irving, quilter did her magic keeping to the style of the top. Size 46 x 53 inches. Available Qty: 1
Jana, Karen, CJ, Jackie, Carol Ann, Nancy, Joyce, Lucy, Lois and Shirley, the members of the Sew and Sews Quilt Bee made this delightful holiday quilt In honor of all family members who have been touched by cancer. Size 53 x 66 inches. Available Qty: 1
The 80+ members of Voyager Quilter 2 wanted to have this opportunity to help the efforts to cure cancer as cancer has affected all members personally; their families, friends, or themselves. Size 65 x 70 inches. Available Qty: 1
When the horse fabric with the landscape background came to me from a fellow quilter I was inspired to take the colors from the background in nature and create a backdrop for the horse. Quilter Sue Irving kept to nature with her quilting. Size 42 x 59 inches. Available Qty: 1
Some of the the veggie cut block were orphaned when a small bee was disbanded. It has taken a few years for them to mature into a quilt but how they now they are ready to harvest! Size 48 x 60 inches. Available Qty: 1
The Tuesday Appliquers including Inge Scheumann, Uyki Pais, Sean Kruger, Marie Karr, Elaine Rogers, Janis Sacks, Pat Phagan, Kay Nallin, Margaret Funston, made this wonderful Sun Bonnet Sue quilt that would be enjoyed by the lucky little girl that gets it. All of us have lost loved ones to cancer. We wanted to help raise not only money but awareness of cancer doing what we love to do, quilt. Size 48 x 63 inches.
"How Time Flies". Dorothy created a "Social Network" of so many friends, excellent and beginner quilters through QFaC, Pacific Rim Bee and many activities. This quilt is donated in her memory. I will always remember her undeniable generosity, joy and passion for quilting. I am honored to have received these butterflies and dragonflies fabrics from her "stash" to complete this quilt. Quilting is so calming and healing. Thank you for the memories. We miss you. Size 57 x 74 inches. Available Qty: 1
The Schoenrock cross block plays tricks on your eyes with the number of secondary patterns you find in the finished product. The various shades of blue are stunning. Size 57 x 74 inches. Available Qty: 1
All Things Japanese is the last project Dorothy, Susan and I did with the help of Evelyn George. Evelyn "Tweaked" the pattern for us and Dorothy gave the quilt it's name. It is in her honor that we dedicate this quilt. The beautiful quilting was done by Yuki Harding, another friend of Dorothy's. Size 52 x 60 inches.
The blue and white fabrics in this unique star block add to the wonderful quilt created by Annette Meyer who has done so much for Quilt For a Cause. Thanks Annette! Size 53 x 67 inches. Available Qty: 1
It is amazing how many different patterns you get when using the 4-patch posies pattern by H.D. Designs. Barbara used a dark tapestry like fabric to produce this wonderful quilt. Barbara dedicates this quilt in memory of Nancy Daisher and Gary Heiman. I hope this quilt cuddles all who nap under it. Size 57 x 65 inches. Available Qty: 1
Pacific Rim Quilting Bee has created yet another beautiful quilt with the donated fabric from Mary Odette's fabric stash. Garden is created using Lynda Luiten's pattern Kaffe's Garden and Kaffe fabrics. Size 63 x 83 inches.
Mary has done a fantastic job with both the machine applique and machine quilting in this rendition of Edyta Sitar's Pattern Spring Bouquet. Mary dedicates this quilt For my grandmother who passed away in 1974 from uterine cancer. Size 69 x 69 inches. Available Qty: 1
This warm, cuddly quilt was made from homespun flannels from Mary Odette's fabric stash that was donated to QFaC by Dr. William Odette. Diane made this quilt in honor of her mother and one sister who survived cancer. Size 50 x 60 inches. Available Qty: 1
Each retreat attendee is given fabric for 1 block to be completed by retreat's final day. The group votes on a local charity and decides where it should go. It is then pieced, quilted and bound by the following retreat to by displayed prior to be given to the charity. Size 50 x 70 inches.
Halloween can be a scary time for children, kind of like when adults hear the dreaded words, "you have cancer." This quilt reminds me of the "treats" you will get you taking a closer look and maybe a few "tricks" too. Be strong, be happy, and live life to the fullest everyday. Don't give up - continue to fight!
Size 39 x 54 inches. Available Qty: 1
This playful art print comes from a stash of our late bee leader, Dorothy Lee. She also left orphan blocks that are incorporated in the front and back.This is my tribute to Dorothy as a remembrance of our fun outings. Yuki Harding's quilting adds the final touch of whimsy. Size 56 x 3 inches.
I love butterflies and have a few quilts so thought I should share it with someone else that doesn't quilt and likes butterflies too. Opal's quilt is hand appliqued and hand quilted. This quilt can be enjoyed by young and old alike. Size 48 x 65 inches.
Kathie states "Our dear friend Dorothy Lee left us not only many wonderful memories but also some great fabric. It was my honor to turn her panel of cats into this fun quilt. Size 38 x 49 inches. Available Qty: 1
This little gem would make an excellent doll blanket and thrill a special child in your life. Susan Franklin included the following with her donation, "I received this cheerful "heart" quilt as a gift from a friend some years ago. When considering it for a donation, the hearts reminded me of the strength of heart and spirit cancer patients need to win the the fight." Size 22 x 22 inches.
Dorothy Lee and I made this quilt for our QFaC auction in 2013. She had all of the leftover fabrics in a ziploc bag, enough to make another quilt. This is for you, Dorothy - Thanks for the memories. Size 49 x 59 inches. Available Qty: 1
A delightful combination of blue, lime green and mint green fabrics make this a very cool and soothing looking quilt. Quilting is for me my way of "being of service" to a good cause such as Quilt For a Cause. In memory of Mary Odette whose fabric was used for this quilt. Size 36 x 48 inches. Available Qty: 1
Kit was purchased by Dorothy Lee who worked for QFaC. After she passed away from cancer, it seemed only right to make this cozy flannel quilt and donate it in her honor.
Size 44 x 55 inches. Available Qty: 1
The bright colors in this adorable fabric panel will be enjoyed by a child of any age, the quilted peace signs and the VW Van certainly bring back Happy Thoughts of years past!
Size 35 x 42 inches. Available Qty: 1
Jill did a great job using fabric from Mary Odette's stash which was donated by Dr. William Odette. We love this simple design that uses up lots of small pieces of 2 1/2 inch strips. Size 58" x 75"
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Bright colors on a bright background are a favorite quilt design, admire the wonderful free motion quilting in the border. Donated in honor and memory of all women affected by cancer by the Friends of Nancy Daisher. Size 48" x 55"
Beautiful colors, beautiful design, Joanna, Catherine and Evelyn have made a lovely quilt from donated fabric. The quilt is dedicated to Mary Odette, made from her fabric stash which was donated by her husband Dr. William Odette, to benefit Quilt For a Cause as was Mary's wish. Size 50" x 70"
Wonderful contrast between the bright fabrics and the black background made this quilt pop! Donated to honor all the women who have had to face these diseases. Their courage is inspirational. Size 48" x 62"
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Pat says "I made this quilt to honor my friend Dorothy Lee, who passed away. The fabric came from her "stash". I dedicate the quilt to QFaC in honor of Dorothy for all her work on the board of QFaC. Size 64" x 78"
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Carol has done an outstanding job on this wonderful pineapple block quilt made with black, white and red fabrics from Dorothy Lee's stash. Carol says, "the quilt is dedicated to Dorothy Lee, the fabric is from her stash. Dorothy was on the QFaC board, but was also a dear friend. Size 65" x 84"
How fun are these potted blooming plants in bright colors on a black background. The border treatment using the bright fabric pieces really sets off the design. The Friday SaddleBrooke Quilters Club members thought the quilt would be a special way to support QFaC and it certainly is appreciated. Size 67" x 77"
A delightful quilt of twelve hand quilted blocks surrounded by a 2 inch square scrappy border. Wonderful work. Donated by Pat Tilden in memory of her mother Roberta Pederson who has donated many quilts in the past to Quilt For a Cause. Size 42 x 56 inches.
A machine pieced and machine appliqued quilt with a wide variety of fruits and flowers will make a wonderful wall hanging in your home. The quilt is large enough to be used as a lap quilt as well. Donated by Pam Tilden in memory of her mother Roberta Pederson who has donated many quilts in the past to Quilt For a Cause. Size 54 x 60 inches
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
A wonderful blue sampler hand quilted by Roberta Pederson. Donated by Pat Tilden in memory of her mother Roberta Pederson who has donated many quilts in the past to Quilt For a Cause.
Size 60 x 80 inches Available Qty: 1
A beautiful star pattern in blues, grays, greens highlighted with a little bit of red is hand quilted. Donated by Pat Tilden in memory of her mother Roberta Pederson who has donated many quilts in the past to Quilt For a Cause. Size 68 x 84 inches Available Qty: 1
What a delightful quilt, which fruit are you! Carol's made another wonderful quilt that anyone would enjoy. My dear friend, Molly, has been so brave with all her cancer treatments. This is a toast to her.
Size 68.5 x 67.5 inches
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
The Roadrunners Bee searched our stash for the beautiful jewel tone fabrics to make this quilt in memory of the many quilters who succumbed to cancer. We miss them for their legacy in their journey as quilters. Size 48 x 60 inches Available Qty: 1
"Expanding Boxes" uses a collection of Mary Odette's neutral batiks and a light background. The design is an asymmetrical half-square triangle version of the traditional "Barn Raising" popular since the mid-18th century. It is dedicated to the memory of my mother and to Mary Odette who both battled cancer.
Size 54 x 62 inches
Our bee considers it a privilege to work together and donate a quilt to QFaC for each auction. We are all affected by women's cancers in society. The Northeast Nine Patch Quilt guild members that made Fever Pitch include Kathy Barton, Carol Carpenter, Nancy Duskey, Char Gasker, Iva Gibbens, Janice Jones, Jean Owara, Betty Schaeffer, Peggy Tanksley, Verna Tharp, Kathryn Wald, Janet Downing, Gayle Kaelin. Char Gasker did the machine quilting. Size 67 x 75 inches
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 57 x 72 inches Available Qty: 1
This quilt was started by Dorothy Lee and finished by Fone Chan. Quilted by Saw-Peng Laracuente. Dorothy passed away a year ago but still keeps on giving. Her fabric stash was distributed among friends and it was her wish that quilts be made and given to the QFaC auction. This is one of many. Thank you, Dorothy. Size 59 x 72 inches Available Qty: 1
Are you allergic to cats? Not with these precious purrs. They promise not to shed or spit up fur balls. Hope it goes to a good home. This quilt is dedicated to good friends who have passed away: Dorothy Lee, a former QFaC Board member; Marg Jeakle; and Sandra Lee. Thank you for the memories.
Size 54 x 65 inches Available Qty: 1
Connie created this lovely blue, blue/green, and green star quilt in memory of her mother who suffered from breast cancer at the age of 94. Kathy Harris did a fantastic job with the machine quilting. Size 67 x 67 inches Available Qty: 1
Truly an effort of love the Sunset Bee create this wonderful quilt using bright colors with black and white fabric that was donated by Lynda Luiten from the Quilters Market. The outstanding quilting was done by Char Gasker. The quilt is dedicated to all family and friends known and unknown affected by cancer. Size 68 x 77 inches.
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This quilt has excellent quilting to highlight the beautiful the bright tropical colored batiks. This quilt is dedicated to Dr. Marcy Wolf, who was my roommate and best friend in medical school. She died after a 13 year battle with breast cancer.
Size 67 x 87 inches Available Qty: 1
A contemporary throw size quilt made in black, red and white fabric was donated by Northwest Needlers in recognition of our friends and families who have been affected by cancer. The quilt was made by Deborah Bishop from a jelly roll pack and backing fabric donated by Mary Perry. The quilting and title represent emotions felt by a person when first diagnosed with cancer. Size 58 x 65 inches
Our PiecePatchers Bee strongly supports the mission of Quilt For a Cause. We complete several quilts each year and seek to assist the QFaC mission with many of them. Members of the Piecepatchers Bee are Mary Bazzano, Dorothy Callahan, Evelyn George, Kay Hendricks, Joyce Kaiser, Linda Koliopoulos, Ruth Martin,Masayo Morgan, Becky Ruhl, Sara Rumbaugh, Vivian Streeter. Size 53 x 63 inches Available Qty: 1
Dedicated to my ex-boss and good friend who battled breast cancer with such grace and positive spirit. Before treatment, she had a custom wig made with the cutest cut and color; many had no idea of the underlying fight. Such an upbeat attitude throughout… and she beat it! Size 55 x 62 inches
Lovely redwork calendar quilt! The members of the PiecePatchers Bee donated this quilt to Quilt For a Cause in memory of our deceased members and friends who fought breast and gynecological cancers. The redwork calendar theme brings pleasant memories and reminds us how time so quickly passes. Mary Bazzano, Dorothy Callahan, Evelyn George, Kay Hendricks, Joyce Kaiser, Linda Koliopoulos, Ruth Martin, Masayo Morgan, Becky Ruhl, Sara Rumbaugh, Vivian Streeter, Joanna Strohn, Rita Watkins. Size 45 x 58 inches Available Qty: 1
Lots of waves with a variety of free motion quilting designs. Any beginner free motion quilter would love to hang this on the wall of their quilting room as an inspiration. Size 50 x 70 inches Available Qty: 1
We picked this pattern because it represents our Southwest heritage. J. Michelle Watts has been a presenter at our Tucson Quilt show and we loved her design. Made by the Mona Lisa Quilters; Leslie Anderton, Margaret Bulau, Claudia Colton, Karen Fisher, Kathy Hansen, MaryLou Hartline, Amy Kemper, Marilyn McConnell, Sandy McMurry, Debbie Mejias, Cherie Swanson. Quilted by K. J. Quilters Extraordinaire. Size 67 x 81 inches Available Qty: 1
Made in memory of our dear friend and fellow board member, Dorothy Lee, who contributed so much to Quilt For a Cause. We designed the quilt to showcase Dorothy's dazzling collection of Asian fabrics.The coins are dimensional. Priceless won first place in the group category at the Tucson Quilters Guild's Quilt Fiesta in February. Size 68 x 92 inches
A striking black, red, and green quilt in fabric decorated with Asian lanterns large enough for a twin size bed. 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. This quilt is in memory of Dorothy Lee, a former QFaC Board member. Size 68 x 82 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
Kaye's interpretation of Evelyn George's pattern Pocket Full of Posies includes scrappy posies on a dark background embellished with buttons. Cindi Huff did a great job on the machine quilting. Size 48 X 60 inches. Available Qty: 1
The beautiful combination of yellow, blue and white fabrics make this contemporary star quilt a great interpretation of Susan Schwarting's pattern Blowing in the Xanadu Wind. Size 55" x 70"
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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
Carol has surrounded a favorite Kitchen saying panel with yellows, blacks, and black/white fabrics to make this delightful wall hanging that would be great in anyone's kitchen or dining room. This quilt is dedicated to my sister, Janet Rigoni, who loved to cook. Her battle was lymphoma for 21 years. Size 40 x 59 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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Jane's interpretation of the Picture Perfect pattern is just perfect. The pinks and greens used as highlights set off the black and white background fabrics. Jane states, "This quilt is for myself. I was diagnosed in April 2015, had surgery and chemotherapy, and have an excellent prognosis. A positive attitude is good medicine. Proverbs 17:22a" Size 50 x 58 inches
Wonderful bright colors in this sampler of blocks is set off by the black sashing that separates the center blocks from the fantastic floral border. Breast cancer runs in my family and both my sister and I are breast cancer survivors. Carol is delighted to support Quilt For a Cause to raise money for research and assistance to women who battle breast and gynecological cancer. Size 60 x 74 inches
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A very happy quilt to delight anyone young or old. The bright reds, blues, greens and whites in the fabric create a wonderful geometric pattern that is embellished with appliqued flowers and buttons. Size 50 x 50 inches
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The great color combinations of blue gray, butterscotch, chartreuse, gold, lime green, mustard, ocher fabric donated in memory of Mary Odette really makes this quilt a pleasant addition to anyone's room. Size 52 x 70 inches
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It is truly amazing what can be done with leftover blocks! The Piecepatchers Bee members took the blue, turquoise, gold and white blocks into a wonderful quilt. The members of the Piecepatches are Becky Ruhl, Vivian Streeter, Linda Koliopoulos, Joanna Strohn, Masayo Morgan, Dorothy Callahan, Sara Rumbaugh, Rita Watkins, Ruth Martin, Kay Hendricks, Mary Bazzano. Size 55 x 55 inches
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The Piecepatchers Bee complete Mary Bazzano's Row by Row challenge with rows from Arizona and Wisconsin shops. Mary was a passionate quilter and loved a challenge. Dedicated to all those whose lives are challenged by cancer. Don't give up! We are fighting with you. Size 58 x 62 inches
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Dena Passes out enough fabric for a block each month, participants bring back finished blocks. Attendees piece the blocks together. It is quilted at Eagles Wings Quilting and the group decides which charity it should go to.
Size 40 x 53 inches
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This quilt was made as a block of the month by the Sweet and Sassy group at Eagle Wings. Dena passes out enough fabric for a block each month, participants bring back finished blocks. Attendees piece the blocks together. It is quilted at Eagles Wings Quilting and the group decides which charity it should go to. Size 45 x 56 inches
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Dena Passes out enough fabric for a block each month, participants bring back finished blocks. Attendees piece the blocks toether. It is quilted at Eagles Wings Quilting and the group decides which charity it should go to.
Size 54 x 54 inches
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Lots of bright and contrasting colors in the batik fabrics and the curved blocks create a super visual, captivating look in this quilt. The pattern and fabrics were purchased by Mary Odette who passed with cancer. Her husband donated the pattern and fabric to be completed in her memory.Size 56 x 66 inches
The Piecepatchers Bee has made another wonderful quilt using fabric from Mary Odette's stash, which was donated to QFaC by her husband Dr. William Odette in Mary's memory. The magenta and turquoise highlight the print fabric used in this throw. Members of the bee are Becky Ruhl, Vivian Streeter, Linda Koliopoulos, Joanna Strohn, Masayo Morgan, Dorothy Callahan, Sara Rumbaugh, Rita Watkins, Ruth Martin, Kay Hendricks, Mary Bazzano, Evelyn George.
Size 42 x 62 inches
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Sweet Memories is a machine pieced and hand appliqued quilt in 1930's era fabrics. The top was made and donated by Kathy Zimmer The quilt was extensively quilted with silk thread by Suzanne Irving. Size 58 x 68 inches
The Coxey's Camp Pattern is attributed to Mrs. Jacob (Henrietta) Coxey from approximately 1894. Fran Walthall researched and presented the story behind the block. The 30 members of the Voyager Quilters 2 group and Fran Walthall are donating this quilt to continue our long relationship with Quilt For a Cause. In the past Voyager Quilter 2 has raised money from Ladies Teas presented at the park. Many of us have been affected by cancer. Size 54 x 76 inches Available Qty: 1
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
Mandarin Rose is made using very unique blocks featuring origami like folding of fabrics and embellishments. Gloria says "I have lost so many from cancer that anything I can do to help stop the terrible disease, I will." Size 51 x 51 inches Available Qty: 1
Gloria created Pots on a Shelf from a pattern she found in a magazine. The use of beiges, blues, and browns keeps the pattern true to the southwest. Gloria says "I have lost so many from cancer. I want to do anything I can to stop it." Size 35 x 47 inches Available Qty: 1
Need a gift for a teacher, this delightful quilt will work for you! Machine and hand quilting plus embroidery add rustic charm to these delightful, half-eaten apples, with prairie points all around the border. Mary wanted this quilt to be donated to QFaC. Size 56 x 66 inches Available Qty: 1
A great disappearing nine-patch blocks made with blue and pink ribbon fabric honor Bev's friend Harriet and her efforts to fight breast cancer. Harriet Goorssen was diagnosed with breast cancer and is just finishing up her treatment. Her "fight" has made her my hero. Size 41 x 53 inches Available Qty: 1
This quilt is a reproduction of a quilt that has a modern look which is enhanced with the quilting by Jeannette Jordan. Patricia Murray writes, "I have not been diagnosed with breast cancer, but I have had two friends diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014." Size 50" x 58"
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The creative use of fabric in the design makes this a heartwarming quilt. Mary Ann Apgar writes: "My daughter had cervical cancer at age 28, before she married. She is now a survivor and mom to 2 boys ages 2 and 3. This quilt honors her success!" Size 50" x 54"
Wonderful Folk-art quilt with a Fall theme and many embellishments make it fun. It has ladybug buttons, too! 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 50" x 58"
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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"
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
Patriotic Five is a great red, white and blue quilt that would make a great wall hanging or throw for the family room. Five of us friends did a block exchange and after meeting the wonderful people with Quilt For a Cause I decided to use some of the blocks for a donation. The friends are Diane Bootes who pieced blocks and quilted the final product, Judy Tenen, Linda Pansing, Gail Baldwin, and Natalie Furrey.
Size 42 x 55 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
Kathy Zimmer made the top of this quilt, Mary Bazzano did the finishing and Dale Domingue of Desert Sky Quilting did the great machine quilting. This combined effort created a wonderful addition to our Pink Ribbon category dedicated to all those who are bravely fighting cancer. Size 51 x 66 inches Available Qty: 1
This is a stunning use of the traditional log cabin pattern using blue, brown, cream, gold and red fabrics to create a great quilt. Saw-Peng Laracuente did a magnificent job with her machine quilting. Dorothy still keeps on giving and giving. Before she passed away, Dorothy Lee was an active member of QFaC and the Pacific Rim Bee. It was her wish that her fabrics and patterns be used to make quilts for the QFaC auction. This is one of many.
Size 66 x 66 inches.
The spectacular red, orange, black and white colors in the Asian fabrics used by Annette in her quilt Good Fortune really catch the eye and will surely bring good fortune to whoever buys this quilt. The size is perfect for a lap quilt, but would make a fantastic wall hanging in a large room. Size 70 x 70 inches Available Qty: 1
Bright blues and Pink ribbon fabric are used in this wonderful rail fence pattern that Bev Laws Reader made in memory of her neighbor veterinarian Dr. Kate Clark Stover's Mom, who passed away from breast cancer. Size 52 x 52 inches Available Qty: 1
Desert Sunset in earth tones highlighted with purples and yellow can be used as a twin size bed quilt or a large throw. Some of the fabric comes from a bequest from Judy Hutchinson who lost her battle with brain cancer in 2014. We are donating this quilt in honor of all women who have battled cancer. Size 72 x 80 inches
Dorothy Lee was a member of Quilt for a Cause since its inception in 2001. Before her passing in July 2014 she expressed her desire that her fabrics be given to others for quilts to be sold at the 2016 QFaC auction. This quilt was made with several blocks Dorothy had completed with dragon fabrics. Since she did not have a layout designated I took the blocks and created this design. Saw-Peng Laracuente did the machine quilting. Size 60 x 60 inches.
Dorothy Lee was a member of Quilt for a Cause since its inception in 2001. Before her passing in July 2014 she expressed her desire that her fabrics be given to others for quilts to be sold at the 2016 QFaC auction. This quilt was made with several orphan blocks from her stash, I completed this quilt in her memory. Saw-Peng Laracuente did the machine quilting. Size 65 x 66 inches.
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
Twirling Stars was made from blue, burgundy, green and pink Bonnie Benn Stratton Quilt for a Cure fabric, Cathy used Kathleen C. Pappas pattern Sushi to make the quilt, it is machine pieced and Karen Gallo did the machine quilting. Proceeds from the sale of the fabric go to breast cancer research. This quilt will have double benefits for women's cancer. Size 57 x 75 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
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
Oriental Arcade was made and donated by Annette Meyer, Annette used fabrics from Dorothy Lee's stash. Dorothy lost her battle with cancer this past year and is dearly missed by the QFaC board and all who loved her. Size 60 x 72 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
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
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
Ann Adams interpretation Judy Niemeyer's pattern Dragon Star is magnificent using fabrics of muted teal, orange, pinks, and purples. Karolyn "Nubin" Jensen's machine quilting sets off the design very well. Donated in honor of all the breast cancer survivors that I know, including Ann. Size 65 x 65 inches. Available Qty: 1
Hope is a beautiful quilt featuring reds, purples, and lavender fabrics made by Susan Brown using the Judy Niemeyer pattern Fire Island Hosta. Susan's paper piecing techniques are excellent and complemented wonderfully by Julie House's machine quilting. Both Susan and Julie are extremely talented and very generous to donate this quilt. Size 70 x 70 inches. Available Qty: 1
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