Monday, October 26, 2015

Breast Cancer Awareness Day GIVEAWAY!!

In honor of all the work that is being done to eradicate breast cancer, I am giving away a yard of fabric to two individuals!!


The yard includes a FQ of the following:

Kaffe Fassett August Rose in the Magenta color way
Moda Bella Solid in Dark Pink
Moda Essentail Dots in Light Pink
Moda Bump to Baby Dots in Pink

I will pick two winners Wednesday night using our handy dandy True Random Number Generator!!

To enter, please leave a thoughtful comment relating to Breast Cancer.

For additional chances to win you can follow me (one entry) and you can "like" my Facebook page (here) for an additional chance to win!!

Hope you are all taking care of yourselves!!

46 comments:

Anonymous said...

My sister is fighting breast cancer. Please God let her and all others be cured.

Ann Champion said...

My Aunt died from breast cancer. It worries me what my future could be. Please..everyone do your self exams.

Karen Costello said...

Find a cure... Let many be healed! ��

BarbieDoll said...

Always keep hoping, always have faith, each day is a gift.Barb

Diane said...

Beautiful fabrics. My best friend is a breast cancer survivor. Praise God! Prayers for all cancer patients.

Erlota Knits said...

I have several friends that are breast cancer survivors, and my best friend's mother died from it. It touches everyone! Beautiful fabrics to bring the breast cancer fight to light.

The Farmer's Attic said...

My friend is undergoing treatment and needs a mastectomy. She may decide to have both breasts removed. Such a horrible disease.

Jeannette Orr said...

I have lost both a good friend and two sisters n law to the disease. What a generous giveway

Maureen Mcnally said...

My sister in law is a 25+year survivor....may we find a cure soon so many more will survive!

Maureen Mcnally said...

My sister in law is a 25+year survivor....may we find a cure soon so many more will survive!

Carole Hoffman said...

Too many women don't get regular mammograms-and now they are saying it is ok. It is not-get screened!

Susan Geary said...

I lost my sister, Lois, to breast cancer. She was only 50 years old. My grandmother died of the same disease. I have always loved the color pink, and sew pink quilts in memory of her. I pray we don't lose any more of our family to this dreaded disease. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Praying for a cure!!

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Regular exams, make it an awareness, and donate to research.

TheEclecticAbuela said...

Self-exams are so easy--just do it!

Carlie said...

A devastating disease that needs to have a cure.

wisconsinquilting said...

Hats off (so to speak) to those wonderful people I've encountered in the medical field who handle patients with breast cancer -- they understand.

Tawa said...

My SIL is battling breast problems, and awaiting a mascectomy. I am thankful for her, and her supportive doctors.thanks for the giveaway. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

Michele T said...

We can only hope that a cure is discovered soon!!!

Michele T said...

I am following you via Bloglovin!!! You chose some beautiful fabric!

Michele T said...

I al already following you via FB!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I know quite a few survivors, and hopefully someday ther will be more.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I follow you via GFC

Anonymous said...

Here's to the survivors, Live whole. To those who have passed on, may your memories brighten those you left behind. May a cure be found...soon!

tba247(at)hotmail(dot)com

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Don't count me in your generous giveaway, Kris. I just wanted to stop by and say, "Hi" and tell you what pretty fabric it is. I know whoever wins it will be thrilled.
Happy Week, my friend.
xoxo
Donna

elliek said...

Beautiful fabric Kris. Every time I stitch at my machine I use the breast cancer pincushion you made for me. 3 1/2 years later I count myself a survivor.

Stacy Hadwin said...

My aunt is currently going through treatment. I am sending her a quilt to take to chemo with her.

Anonymous said...

My grandmother like so many women had breast cancer. Funny, because your shop name reminds me of her, she loved lavender.

Karen Rowland said...

Breast cancer is very scary. Currently two co-workers and a very dear friend of mine are fighting this disease. Hopefully a cure will be found soon.

Karen Rowland said...

I follow you

Karen Rowland said...

I liked your page

Denise :) said...

My mom's mom lost her life to breast cancer (or complications thereof). Two of my mom's sisters had it also, both resulting in mastectomies. I wear pink ribbons though October in remembrance of the battle all three of the waged battles they fought against it, as well as in behalf of the number of friends I've had that have battled with it. :)

Denise :) said...

And I get my mammogram EVERY year! LOL! I'm a follower! :)

Denise :) said...

And a {new} facebook follower, too! :)

mkhquilts said...

May we find a cure soon! I see many women affected by this everyday as a nurse!
Great fabric too!

KaHolly said...

Breast cancer has touched practically all of our lives. Increasing awareness through quilting is a wonderful avenue. Let's hope there is a cure soon!

Linda said...

Hello, my sister is a Breast Cancer Survivor and I'm so happy and proud of her.
May there be a cure soon! Thank You for your interest!
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

barbara woods said...

Two of my aunt's beat it

barbara woods said...

Liked your Facebook page

Linda said...

Happy to follow you on FB
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

PatB said...

I lost a SIL to breast cancer many years ago. Treatment is much better now but we still need a cure. You are very generous with your giveaway, the fabric is beautiful.

rebecca said...

I always thought it had to "run in families," now my aunt has had breast cancer. We all need to self-check, get regular mamograms, know if we have dense breast tissue and always stay active and as fit as we can.

rebecca said...

I always thought it had to "run in families," now my aunt has had breast cancer. We all need to self-check, get regular mamograms, know if we have dense breast tissue and always stay active and as fit as we can.

Peggy said...

It is so important to get a mammogram each and every year. I have mine scheduled for November.
Thanks,
Peggy
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

Anonymous said...

Great contest to bring awareness to breast cancer. Women and men should self check regularly and get a mammogram.

Suziq said...

Would love to win this fabric! Have a wonderful sister-in-law who lost her mother to Breast Cancer at age 9. She has raised 2 beautiful daughters and has been the best Mom to her own daughters. Would use this to make pillows or pillow cases for her and daughters to remember Grandma Vera, thanks for the chance to register!!