Pink Ribbon Quilts – Quilts that best represent the QFaC Mission to use the art and business of quilting to pursue advances in breast and/or gynecologic cancers by raising funds for research, by continuing the education of medical professionals, and by supporting clinical organizations that raise awareness, offer detection and provide treatment for all women.
This quilt, in pastel pink and white, screams fresh and modern for the smart, young girl in your life. Excellent quilting adds interest to the blocks and strips. Check out also the beautifully pieced backing. Size 68 x 82. Available Qty: 1
Perfect for a happy newborn. The sweet pinks and greens and soft quilting of this simple but elegant patchwork quilt will have baby and mom cooing and cuddling from the very start. Expecting twins or even triplets? Check out 19-501 and 19-504 for beautifully coordinated quilts. Size 34 x 41. Available Qty: 1
A lovely wall handing for a ladies' sewing or dressing room. Adapted from the "Perfect Form" pattern by Laura Heine and one of a series, An Evening Out encourages all women who have faced, will face, or are facing breast cancer. Size 21 x 32 inches. Available Qty: 1
The piecing and quilting designs of Helix Spirals simultaneously suggest the DNA code that gives life to us all and create an abstract, eye-popping image to grace the walls of any office or home. Size 47 x 43. Available Qty: 1
Several close friends and relations have battled female and breast cancer. As a result of the hard work of QFaC so much help has been provided for research and treatment. What a way to be able to do a small part- use my stash and making a quilt (which I love to do) to donate. Size 36 x 51 inches.
Sewing a Cure
Since our first auction in 2003 we have raised over $860,000 and donated 95% of proceeds to Tucson-area organizations in support of research, training, and assistance for uninsured and under-insured women.
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September was Ovarian Cancer Awareness month and October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Both of these cancers are why we at Quilt for a Cause work so hard to raise monies to help in the detection, treatment, and eventual eradication of these. Have you been impacted by one of these cancers and want to help?? Quilt for a Cause receives donations of brand new quilts, sells these quilts, then disperses the funds to individuals and organizations to help in this fight! Here are a few of the hundreds of quilts available for sale: To view and purchase these or additional quilts please visit our website quiltforacause.org. ... See MoreSee Less
We miss Dorothy Lee every day!Friends and family enjoying the quilt, Priceless. This quilt was made by Quilt for a Cause Board Members and quilted by Saw Peng Laracuente to honor their dear friend and fellow board member Dorothy Lee. Dorothy contributed so much to Quilt for a Cause, and her vast collection of Asian fabrics was used in this quilt! This quilt won first place in the group category at the Tucson's Quilt Fiesta in February!!! Although this quilt has sold it remains on display at TMC throughout the silent auction along with many, many more great quilts that are for sale!!! You have until 15 October to bid on these wonderful quilts, don't delay!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Did you know that September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month?
Ovarian Cancer is just one of the many cancers we at Quilt for a Cause are raising funds to combat. Here are two beautiful “teal” quilts that we have for sale highlighting the color that represents this Cancer. You can view and/or purchase these along with hundreds of other quilts on our website quiltforacause.org. ... See MoreSee Less
In recognition of Ovarian Cancer Awareness month, last Sunday the Tucson Chapter of the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition held their annual Teal Tea! Thank you Colleen, Connie, Kathy and Karen for representing Quilt for a Cause at this event! Great picture ladies! ... See MoreSee Less