The pattern for this quilt is an original creation by Karen Fisher of Tucson and is pictured in her book, "Easy Grid Quilts". Beautifully quilted by Mary Vaneecke of Tucson, the quilt earned ribbons in two Arizona quilt shows, and was shown at Quilt Expo n Madison Wi. Size 49 x 49 inches.
The altered "Perfect Form" pattern by Laura Heine was a great way to encourage all women who have faced, will face, or are facing breast cancer. Our thoughts are with each of them and we hope this quilt will bring someone much joy. Size 24 x 32 inches.
This modern quilt in bright red with brightly colored triangles is backed with minkee just waiting to be cuddled with by a child young or old. It will also make a stunning wall hanging in any room. Size 40 x 41 inches.
Embers of Hope is our raffle quilt for the Quilts in the Garden event, drawing was held on September 16, 2017 and Joan Gilbert of Tucson won the quilt. This quilt is dedicated to all those women who are survivors or who are struggling with breast or gynecological cancers, may they always have hope. Size 70 x 70 inches.
The scalloped edge on this quilt is just scrumptious as are the wonderful assortment of chocolates depicted in the blocks. This quilt will help satisfy any chocolate lovers cravings! Size 49 x 54 inches.
If Halloween is your holiday this will thrill you. The quilting in variegated thread in the shapes of pumpkins and swirls really stands out against the black background. Quilt was donated in memory of Lyn Wilcox. Size 43 x 40 inches.
A sampler of stars in bright colors are highlighted by 3-dimensional prairie points and boxes. Kathryn left these blocks when she moved away. We are both gynecologic uterine cancer survivors, so this seemed perfect for QFAC. Size 54 x 74 inches.
We are Partnering with Arizona Oncology Foundation and donated this quilt as a Raffle item for their Wine Tasting 2017 Fundraiser, the quilt raised $560 for the Foundation. Vintage quilt top from Paducah, KY circa 1940's made from men's shirts and ties. Finished with new batting and pocket watch fabric for the backing. Binding is made from suiting material. Size 54 x 72 inches. Available Qty: 1
Both my sister Beverly Lyons and Sandra Ellis have had breast cancer. Bev died in 1987 and Sandra is now cancer free. I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015 and after a double mastectomy am cancer free. This quilt is dedicated to all women out there with breast cancer. Size 51 x 57 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 and their efforts to raise monies for research and assistance to women who battle breast and gynecological cancers. Size 36 x 40 inches.
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September - Ovarian and Gynecologic Cancer Awareness - What a great time to kick off a NEW support service that AOF has. Ovarian AND all GYN cancer patients, we have some extra help for you! Please share this post to make sure everyone fighting these cancers get help with FREE housekeeping service. Click here for details - www.arizonaoncologyfoundation.org/programs-and-services/
Want to get a jump on your Holiday gift purchasing?? Why not plan to visit the Chris Bubany 23rd Annual Holiday Market Place on Nov 4 and 5 at Harlow Gardens on E Pima! Quilt for a Cause is raffling a quilt, "Spring Sprockets" which will be drawn on 5 November. You can purchase tickets at our website quiltforacause.org or from our board members! We will also have many, many more quilts you can purchase to not only help you get a boost on your Holiday shopping, but also help am amazing cause!! ...
Good Morning!!! Wanted to give a Huge Thank You to those who made our Quilts in the Garden an Amazing Success! The following organizations/individuals made donations for this event:
Cate Johnson and David Schmidtz Nothing Bundt Cakes Kevin Pakulis and Karl Hoffman (entertainment) Total Wine Mayfield Florist Cheesecake Factory Salon P&S 2 Carol Zupancic Debi Rix Suzanne Irving Colleen Babcock The Quilter's Market (Lynda Luiten) Anonymous And last but not least the many volunteers who helped set up, serve, and break down
Without each and everyone of these people the event would not have been the success that it was!!
CONGRATULATIONS to Joan Gilbert who won the amazing raffle quilt "Embers of Hope"!! ...
Thanks to all of you who came out today for Quilts in the Garden! It was an amazing event in an absolutely beautiful venue! Special thanks go out to David Schmidtz and Cate Johnson for letting us take over their home!! ...