Thursday, January 13, 2011

Ribbons of Hope


Last Friday, Sue and I picked up Ribbons of Hope from the machine quilter, and on Saturday, I added a hanging sleeve and label, before tacking down the binding. Sue is donating the finished quilt/wall hanging to the oncology clinic in town.

The machine quilter (Quilting from Sheep Camp) used an awareness ribbon pantograph over the entire quilt.

You can see previous post about the quilt here and here.


What the colors mean:

Pink                 Breast Cancer
White               Lung Cancer
Gold                 All Childhood Cancers
Teal                  Lymphedema/Ovarian Cancer
Orange             Leukemia
Blue                 Prostate Cancer
Peach               Uterine Cancer
Lime Green       Lymphoma
Purple              Pancreatic Cancer
Lavender         General Cancer Awareness

6 comments:

  1. Each person contributed a special talent to this project and the end result is a beautiful. Nice work!

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  2. It turned out wonderful. What a special gift for the clinic.

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  3. SO MUCH LOVE! IT'S BEAUTIFUL! IT WILL BRING A SMILE TO EVERYONE THAT SEES IT.

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