Donated by Kendra McNally, maker unknown. This quilt is donated in memory of Kay Tate. Kay was an extraordinary woman I met in law school 40 years ago. She was an eigth year breast cancer survivor when she was diagnosed with esophageal and stomach cancer. She valiantly fought for 3 more years of life.This quilt from the 1980's has some fading in the pillow tuck area. This Amish quilt is hand quilted with a stunning center medallion surrounded with grid work . The border is extensively hand quilted with feathers set off with straight lines. Size 90 x 108 inches. Available Qty: 1
Donated by Kendra McNally, maker unknown. This quilt is donated in memory of Kay Tate. Kay was an extraordinary woman I met in law school 40 years ago. She was an eigth year breast cancer survivor when she was diagnosed with esophageal and stomach cancer. She valiantly fought for 3 more years of life. This quilt from the 1980's has some staining from a fabric bleed . This Amish quilt is made with cotton blend fabrics and is extensively hand quilted. The center star is surrounded with heart shapes filled with feathers, with an inner border of geometric shapes and an outer border of feathers. Size 90 x 108 inches Available Qty: 1
Made by Pacific Rim Bee, blocks; piecing Annette Meyer, and quilting by Saw-Peng Laracuente. The Pacific Rim Bee lovingly finished this quilt started by Dorothy Lee, who was the leader of our Bee. Unfortunately she passed away suddenly from pancreatic cancer, and never saw its completion. We are donating it to QFaC in her memory. We miss you, Dorothy, and love you always. Size 71 x 96 inches. Available Qty: 1
Made by the Northwest Needlers; M. Bazzano, D. Bishop, E. Blaylock, L. Bucy, J. Cassell, E. George, J. Hosack, S. Jaramillo, J. Johnson, M. Morgan, L. Paolino, M. Perry, J. Pugh, R. Stephens, D. Wager. We "rescued" the pretty Dresden plate blocks from a box of unfinished projects, and lovingly made them into this quilt. We dedicate it to all our friends who "Quilt for a Cause." Size 67 x 90 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
Made by Annette Meyer. A good friend and fellow quilter recently died of cancer while it was neither breast nor gynecological cancer, it reminded me that this fight is not finished. Size 90" x 90".
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