Stitching for a Cure

Yesterday was chemo day again and I spent the morning at the hospital with my daughter-in-law.  When I came home there was a package waiting for me from my friend Pauline.

Just look at what she made using breast cancer fabric!  Exquisite little bags to hold sewing things, cosmetics or anything else we can dream up.  One for me and one for my daughter-in-law.  Can you believe how cute they are?  These are #7 & #8 that Pauline made using this special cancer fabric.  She’s “stitching for a cure”!


Present from Pauline

These are gifts to treasure…

Stitching for a Cure

…made even more special because they were stitched by a friend.  Thank you Pauline!

If you’ve tried to place an order on our website this week and couldn’t do it, we’re back up and running again.   If you’re one of the customers we spoke with on the phone, thank you for your patience and support!



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  • Pam in Indiana - What sweet gifts! One of my quilting friends is in the middle of her chemo. She will be with us next weekend. She is the third in our group who are breast cancer survivors and we support one another through this. Know that I’ve been praying for your daughter-in-law as well as for Paula. (((Hugs)))ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl in kansas - Sweet gifts! You, your daughter in law and family are in my thoughts and prayers continually….God can do mighty things, wishing He keeps you all in His loving arms and gives you all the strength to get through this tough time…
    With love…CherylReplyCancel

  • Sharon O - Is she selling these? I would order a few.ReplyCancel

  • Carmen - How lovely these are! The best gifts come from the heart. Our best to you & your family as you go through these difficult times.ReplyCancel

  • Karen - These are beautiful. What a very special gift from Pauline.ReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - Anne, what lovely gifts, and how sweet of your friend to show her support in this way. I’ve been praying for a complete recovery for your daughter-in-law and for strength for the family throughout her treatments.ReplyCancel

  • Donna Sparling - Wow! How cute and how nice to have a friend like that! They are truely special. Continuing to pray for your daughter in law for strength, peace and healing.ReplyCancel

  • Louise - Pauline is a very caring friend indeed. Your daughter in-law just had a little prayer said for her.ReplyCancel

  • Karen - These are gorgeous. Pauline is wonderful!!ReplyCancel

  • Pauline - Anne…you are very welcome and thank you for your sweet blog posting. I knew the moment I saw the posting about the cancer journey your family would be taking that I would make you two ‘Tammy’ bags with breast cancer fabric. I took the same journey with my sister and my son…no one should have to go down that road. They were young…45 and 23 years old and today they are 60 and 37. I will be mailing off another Tammy bag today…made with the same breast cancer fabric. We got back from Canada late Monday afternoon…it was a busy 4 days and a good trip back to Michigan…no snow was flying!! hugs PaulineReplyCancel

  • Ronda - so sweet! I would love for Pauline to share her pattern and where we could purchase. Such a thoughtful giftReplyCancel

  • Mary T Salmon - Anne:
    Pauline is very talented and even more thoughtful. This is a wonderful gift for your DIL.
    You and your family will continue to be in my prayers. Tell your DIL she is loved by someone in Texas.