Upcoming QFaC Events

May 5 through September 29, 2019 – Many thanks to all of you who visited the Gardens and purchased quilts during this years exhibit, your support is greatly appreciated.

Quilt for a Cause auctions and sells handmade quilts and quilt patterns donated by quilters to support breast and gynecological cancer research. The Quilts for a Cause

September 21 – October 24, 2019 Over 300 quilts have been installed at Tucson Medical Center for the triennial QUILT FOR A CAUSE silent auction. The auction began Saturday, September 21st and closes at 3pm, Thursday, October 24th. Quilts are displayed for your viewing and bidding at Tucson Medical Center, 5301 E Grant Rd. A “Buy-It-Now” option will also be available  and we’ve already sold over 20 quilts. If you spot something you MUST have we are happy to sell it at the Buy Me Now price, complete the Buy Me Now line on the bid sheet and follow the instructions on the form for contacting a QFAC member to finalize your sale.

Quilt For A Cause is a local Tucson charity dedicated to women in our community with breast and gynecologic cancers.

Additional information will be provided soon.

 

 

 

 

 

Treasures of the Southwest – QFAC’s newest Raffle Quilt

 

November 2 and 3, 2019 – Chris Bubany Annual Market Place at The Harlow Gardens, Quilt For a Cause is certainly looking forward to sharing our quilts at this event. We will be introducing our newest raffle quilt Treasures of the Southwest by the quilters of Fountain HIlls, AZ. Join us for your holiday shopping we have many quilts that will make great gifts for your loved ones.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 22- 25, 2020 

A collage of photos tge from QFaC’s last trip to Road 2 CA

Come join us for another fun QFAC bus trip to the Road to California. Register for our Road to California 2020 bus trip http://quiltretreatatsea.com/road-to-california-trip/ 

We are planning on taking two buses to the show and we have about 25 seats left,  sign up now, don’t risk missing out on this fun filled trip!

 

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