These blocks were made by Tucson Quilters Guild members for the holiday exchange. Dorothy Lee won them and kept them in her stash. Unfortunately, she never got to complete the quilt. Fone Chan arranged the blocks and sewed this together. She hopes Dorothy enjoys seeing the completed project. Size 41 x 41 inches. Available Qty: 1
The red and white fabrics highlight the Bee's stunning use of the Circle of Hope pattern from Keepsake Quilting. The members of the bee; Cinny Hall, JoAnn Hinchcliffe, Karen Kelter, and Edie Markle donated the quilt in memory of those friends and family members who have succumbed to cancer and for encouragement to the survivors. JoAnn Hinchcliffe did the beautiful machine quilting. Size 54 x 54 inches. Available Qty: 1
The desert night is certainly represented by the use of the charcoal, turquoise, red, and gold fabrics that the Roadrunner Bee choose for their adaptation and use of some of J. Michelle Watts design elements. The members of the bee; Cinny Hall, JoAnn Hinchliffe, Karen Kelter, and Edie Markle donated the quilt in memory of those friends and family members who have succumbed to cancer and for encouragement to the survivors. Size 52 x 52 inches. Available Qty: 1
This is a lovely purple, green and white machine pieced quilt with hand appliqué and embroidery embellishments. The quilt was designed, piece and quilted by Susan Didra from fabric donated by Dr. Odette in memory of Mary Odette who passes away from cancer. Size 51 x 51 inches. Available Qty: 1
We ordered the traditional indigo and rust fabric and white thread from Japan for the Sashiko blocks, and worked together to make this traditional Sashiko quilt. We dedicated it to the fight against women's cancers. Size 53 x 53 inches. Available Qty: 1
The various blocks of this quilt combine to form a symbolic flower pot with flowers of hope as represented by Gingko leaves and love as represented by Cherry Blossoms in pink, plum, fuchsia and gold. I hope that this quilt will bring hope and love to everyone, especially to those in need. Size 53 x 53 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 embroider faces top it off. Size 40 x 49 inches. Available Qty: 1
Our friends are the treasures in our life; We remember and celebrate our friendships. This Southwest theme quilt in greens, oranges, blues, reds and tan was based on Evelyn George's pattern Bottle Collection. Size 57 x 52 inches. Members of the bee are Sara Rumbaugh, Joanna Struhn, Rita Watkins, Masayo Morgan, Joyce Kaiser, Ruth Martin, Mary Bazzano, Dorothy Callahan, Becky Ruhl, Kay Hendricks, Vivian Streeter, Evelyn George, Linda Koliopoulos. Available Qty: 1
Made by Colleen Babcock. Orange fabric from Mary Odette's stash, donated by Dr. William Odette. Design inspired by Jane Frenke in Berkley Springs, WA. Binding technique is also from Jane Frenke. Size 17 x 40 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 Carol W. Carpenter. 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 15 x 60 inches. Available Qty: 1
Made by Masayo Morgan and quilted by Evelyn George. In memory of all our dear quilting friends who loved quilting together to use up our scraps and make something beautiful for a good cause. Size 30 x 39 inches. Available Qty: 1
Made by Ann Adams. This quilt is donated in honor of my cousin, Camille Raffa Dietz, who has been battling ovarian cancer for 3 years. Kaleidoscopes was started in a class by Paula Nadelstern. Size 47" x 46.5". Available Qty: 1
Donated by Vivian Streeter, made by Carol Carpenter and the Piecepatchers, quilted by Vivian Streeter. In Memory of those who lost the battle with cancer; in celebration with those who are survivors; and with hope for future cures! Size 46" x 52". Available Qty: 1
Made by Pam Ashbaugh - Dedicated to Dorothy Lee who did so much for me but lost her life to Pancreatic Cancer. Thank you for all your caring! Fabric donated by Dr. William Odette in memory of his wife Mary. Size 23 X 22.5. Available Qty: 1
Made by Rhonda Borders. Rhonda says, I do a lot of charity quilting projects, so I thought this one, in particular, would reach an appreciative audience where the skies are as blue as that in the quilt. Size 33" x 31".
Nancy Daisher and Friends - Cancer touches all of us in some way. Nancy and her friends made these quilts to support Quilt For A Cause. Her friends finished them for her. Please support all cancer victims by bidding on this quilt! Size 26.5" x 47".
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Made by Colleen Babcock. This quilt is donated in honor of my sister Kathy's more than 5 years as an ovarian cancer survivor. This Carpenter Wheel quilt is made in shades of greens and purples that give the wheel depth. Each of the center spokes is decorated with machine quilted feathers. The outer border is machine quilted with a continuous branch of pointed leaves. Size 48 by 48"
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