Hugs all around from four lovable puppies. One of a series of five charming depictions of nursery favorites done in a folk art/primitive style that, separately or together, will brighten the walls of any child's room. Size 13 x 15 inches.
A sleeping angel of a teddy bear to keep company through the night. One of a series of five charming depictions of nursery favorites done in a folk art/primitive style that, separately or together, will brighten the walls of any child's room. Size 13 x 15 inches.
A sweet teddy bear clutches a heart to say "love you" to one and all. One of a series of five charming depictions of nursery favorites done in a folk art/primitive style that, separately or together, will brighten the walls of any child's room. Size 13 x 15 inches.
A delightful raggedy Ann doll offers a pretty posy of friendship. One of a series of five charming depictions of nursery favorites done in a folk art/primitive style that, separately or together, will brighten the walls of any child's room. Size 12 x 15 inches.
A friendly pumpkin to welcome children of all ages to the pumpkin patch. One of a series of five charming depictions of nursery favorites done in a folk art/primitive style that, separately or together, will brighten the walls of any child's room. Size 13 x 14 inches.
A well-loved treasure from the Depression era. This storybook quilt depicts nursery rhymes in yellow embroidery. The authenticity of this vintage quilt is documented on the back of the quilt. Size 46 x 48.
"Won Ton" Pattern from the Quilter's Market Strippers Club is a simple pattern brought to life with the use of yellow accents and sunflower backing. This batik quilt used lots of bright scraps. Size 53 x 67 inches.
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This quilt is made with black and white fabric and highlighted with a perfect implementation of blended fabrics in the sashing and borders. Kris did a great job quilting with variegated threads to highlight Carol's fabric choices. Primary colors make this a perfect selection for a child's room. Size 48 x 65 inches.
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The Animas Center Staff and clients bought this quilt for Amy and her baby! Thanks to the Quilter's Market shared fabric samples at Camp Wannamakaquillta. I used 2 fabric samples of sweet orchard by Riley Blake to make this quilt and backed it with minkee fabric to make it soft and cuddly. Size 36 x 36 inches.
Here's a fresh, fun, and playful quilt that any girl would love to have hung on her wall. Dedicated to my husband Andy-who always encourages me to go to the Tokoyo Quilt Show! (Which is where I purchased the fabric for this quilt). Size 49 x 46 inches.
This large wall hanging features flower blocks made from of a batik curtain panel purchased in Singapore, Chris embellished them, shadowed the blocks with purple and set them on a wonderful green background. Dedicated to Cherry Wood who died of breast cancer before she was 30 years old. Size 74 x 53 inches.
Springy Sprockets is a wonderfully bright rescued quilt top, Suzanne has quilted the top to highlight the delightful sprockets and topped it off with bright green and red borders. A large throw to cuddle with. Size 60 x 75 inches.
A delightful quilt using feedsack fabric in the 9 patch blocks alternating with red squares. The happy flowers in the machine quilting certainly adds to the sweetness of this quilt, size 54 x 54 inches.
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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.
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 35 x 42 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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Have you visited our wonderful exhibit at the Tucson Botanical Gardens?? This Friday, May 11, 2018, is National Public Gardens Day, and the gardens will have free admission from 8 a.m. til 5 p.m.! What a Fantastic Time to visit the beautiful gardens and view/purchase some of our amazing quilts!! If you need/want more information please visit our website at quiltforacause.org or the Tucson Botanical Gardens at tucsonbotanical.org!!! ...
Quilt for a Cause ~ Opening night for the Garden of Quilts display at the Tucson Botanical Gardens!
A warm Arizona evening and the peaceful setting of the Tucson Botanical Gardens presented a gorgeous backdrop for our Quilt for a Cause: A Garden of Quilts Opening Reception. The Botanical Gardens offered free admission to guests attending the reception and many people attended. The evening began with the staging of several beautiful homemade quilts in the main reception area, just a small example of the many quilts to view or purchase throughout the grounds of the Gardens. Our stunning raffle quilt “Delft Duet” was on display at the entrance offering guests the opportunity to view the quilt before purchasing raffle tickets.
Our guests, including board members, family and friends, extended supporters and the general public were treated to delicious appetizers, served by lovely volunteers. Cold beverages were also provided. Guests were encouraged to tour the gardens and buildings to view beautiful quilts that are available for purchase. Docents acted as tour guides and were available to answer questions about the quilts and our Quilt for a Cause organization and mission. Quilts were also available in the gift shop for purchase. Within a very few days, over 60 quilts have been sold. Thanks to all of the hard work of many volunteers, the Opening Reception was a successful fun filled evening.
If you missed the opening reception, please take the time to visit the Botanical Gardens as A Garden of Quilts display will continue through July 29, 2018. Regular entrance fees to the Gardens will apply. This is a great opportunity to view the colorful artwork of many southern Arizona quilters and purchase a beauty of your own to support Quilt for a Cause. Raffle tickets are available for sale at the Botanical Gardens and online. ...
Today, the "Delightful Quilters", a chapter of the Arizona Quilters Guild from Scottsdale, donated fifteen quilts to QFaC!!! JoAnn Rice, QFaC Ambassador for the Phoenix area, is shown with Suzanne gladly accepting the donations! HUGE!!! Thank you!! The Tucson Botanical Gardens exhibit will continue through the end of July. A special exhibit: "Christmas in July", will roll out at the beginning of July, through the end of the exhibit on July 29th. So, if you have some holiday projects that you're finishing up, please consider donating them to QFaC. We have an ongoing call for quilts!!! Big or small, we love it! As do all the people, from around the country...and the world, who are visiting the Tucson Botanical Gardens!! ...
Suzanne Irving from Quilt for a Cause visited the Delighted Quilters in Scottsdale today and they donated 15 quilts. Thank you so much ladies!
Have you visited the Tucson Botanical Gardens lately? We have over 100 quilts displayed and/or available for sale! All proceeds from the sale of these new donated quilts goes directly to the treatment of or research towards finding cures for breast and gynecological cancers! We also have on display our latest raffle quilt Delft Duet and you can purchase tickets at the gardens as well!
Cannot make it to the gardens? All our current inventory of quilts can be seen and purchased on our website quiltforacause.org. You can also purchase raffle tickets for our current raffle quilt as well as make monetary donations if you wish! ...
Welcome to the Quilt For a Cause:A Garden of Quilts exhibit at the Tucson Botanical Gardens. The exhibit opened on April 7th and continues through July 29th. If you saw the exhibit last weekend you will be surprised at how it's changed. We have sold 31 of these beautiful quilts and keep adding more. It is definitely worth a visit. Thanks to all who have visited this week and also to all who have purchased quilts. ...