Thursday, October 23, 2014

Passionately Pink

Quilter's World Fall 2014
Do you know someone who has had to deal with breast cancer?  I'm pretty sure you have several someones - as do I.  From those who passed away from breast cancer like my cousin's wife who had a lifelong battle with it and like a fellow guild member who generously willed her stash to the guild, to several friends and acquaintances who have battled (and continue to battle) and survived it, these women inspire and amaze us with their strength, courage and resilience.

For the Fall 2014 issue of Quilter's World magazine, I thought of these women and created the Pink Ribbon Quilt.
The Pink Ribbon Quilt.  Photo courtesy of Quilter's World Magazine.

With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it seemed fitting to offer a class to make the Pink Ribbon Quilt.  So, on October 30, 2014, just a week from now, I'll be at the Round Bobbin Quilt Shop teaching how to make this Quilt.    

Taking it one step further, Susan, the shop owner, and I have decided to donate ALL the class fees to the Susan G Komen foundation!    


If you would like to take the class, I believe there are still openings so just contact the shop at 215-367-5596.  If you would like to support this effort but can't come to the class, you can donate online at the link given above or you can drop by the shop and give your donation then.  

Please do come and visit with us on that class day - and WEAR PINK! 

Our Passionately Pink Event ID # is 19281174.

Thank you for your support!

Pink Ribbon Quilt Passionately Pink Website

1 comment:

  1. I loved the soft modern feel of the design. To be sure, all of the blocks were gorgeous and it was difficult deciding which one I liked best. I liked them all.