Tuesday, January 12, 2010

A new update

I received two purple squares from my new friends, Sheila and Barbara.
Sheila stitched the square in memory of her mother in law, Mary. She survived diabetes, heart attacks and even colon cancer, but in the end pancreatic cancer took her life.
Barbara stitched her square in HONOR of her husband who is an 11 1/2 year SURVIVOR of pancreatic cancer! Woo Hoo!

This is another centerpiece for our quilts (remember, we are doing two!). Janet did beautiful stitching on this piece.

This is the backing fabric for our quilt. I had some purple ribbon fabric all picked out, but when I went to order it, they were sold out so I took a chance on this fabric. All I can say is WOW! It is perfect! In fact I am going to use this on the back of the second quilt also. It has sayings like "Friends forever", "celebrate", "dream", "inspire" "beautiful, wonderful, lovely", "amazing" and "friends are fabulous".
The colors are right on with the thread colors I chose for the squares.
I have several people who are sending in their squares and I should have them this week. So by next week I should be able to send Quilt #1 to the quilter. Fantabulous!


Vicki in CO said...

Love the backing for the quilt! Great choice! I am excited to be a part of this endeavor.

abrossmann said...

Beautiful material for the backing and what a lovely centre piece. Just wonderful.

AFwife99 said...

I really like the purple ribbons. My dad is a 3 year survivor of pancreatic cancer, as well as a 13 year survivor of prostate cancer. Thanks for all you do.

Gabi said...

That verse is impressing. There are not many surviving this terrible type of cancer.
Your backing fabric is fantastic. Love love love it.
The squares are great too

Debra said...

Wonderful stitching

GoldenAngelsWorks said...

These ladies did a wonderful job!

MaryT said...

Really nice squares and the backing is just perfect.

Karan said...

More lovely squares. What a great fabric to back the quilts with. :0)

EvalinaMaria said...

Lovely! And I would like to stitch a square for your quilt (Freddy is a cancer survivor). What is the size of squares and what fabric I should use?