The Merci La Vie Quilt


Writing about the Merci La Vie quilt gives me an overwhelming feeling of emotion.  Each time I think of the special ladies who worked on this quilt I realize what a special place in my heart they each hold.  As I prepare to leave for Quilt Market this year, I’m reminded that I’ll be seeing some of them very soon.  I want to scoop them up into a huge group hug!   If you don’t remember hearing about this Merci La Vie quilt, you can read about it on my blog here.

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This special quilt is currently at the American Cancer Society getting ready for a high society event!  It will be attending  The American Cancer Society’s Jewel Ball, on November 19th because I’ve donated it for their auction!   To each of you who gave your precious time and skills to the making of this quilt I say THANK YOU!  I hope to see some of you next week at quilt market.

I hope you enjoy some of the closeups of these quilt blocks!

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Much love,

Anne

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  • Michelle B - That is SO cute! I haven’t done any applique for awhile but that makes me want to finish A-Tisket, A-Tasket and Henrietta!!ReplyCancel

  • Dawn - Honeybee Cloths - This is such a special Quilt! So beautifully made ♥ and for such a worthwhile cause too. It’s such a pretty collection Anne – thank you for these gorgeous fabrics, patterns and inspiration x x 🐝
    Ps. We’ve been donating 5% of proceeds of Kindred Spirits sales to Macmillan cancer support. It’s so lovely to see photos of the quilts customers are making, and knowing it’s supporting good causes too – thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Pam Seaberg - This one is special, but I love all your work.ReplyCancel

  • kshackabq - It’s fabulous, and so meaningful. What a wonderful gift to the American Cancer Society. Thank you, Anne, and all who contributed!ReplyCancel

  • sunny - It’s adorable! And I’m sure it will raise a lot of money for the American Cancer SocietyReplyCancel

  • Hildy - I love this quilt all the fabrics and colors are beautiful! And the cute little details you put in each block are amazing. Hope you’ll rise a lot of money with this quilt:-)ReplyCancel

  • Ina - it’s lovely! hope it raises lots of money. ;pReplyCancel

  • Pauline - A gorgeous quilt for a great cause…stitched by such talented ladies…thank you for your generous donation Anne…may your heart always sing with joy!! Hugs PaulineReplyCancel

  • Susan - Love your quilt!!ReplyCancel

  • Colleen - Anne so nice to see this quilt again and go back and read about those who used their hands to make it, such a great group of women.
    I hope this quilt beings in lots of money to help find the cures for cancer, especially woman’s cancerReplyCancel

  • Margaret Mead - I somehow managed to miss the explanation of this quilt when it first came out. Thank you for explaining it now. I’ve always thought it was beautiful now it’s even more so.ReplyCancel

  • Lea Kagel - Oh my! This lovely quilt takes my breath away not only in the gorgeous patterns and applique but the messages of hope, love, kindness and compassion. My heart goes out to all those suffer from this horrible disease especially the brave women of whom it affects in such a personal way. I hope this generous offering generates much monetarily as well as in awareness. Thank you, dearest Anne
    You are a jewel.ReplyCancel

  • Susan Smith - This is a beautiful quilt, so delicate and feminine! Such a work from the heart!ReplyCancel

  • Carrie P. - It is wonderful!ReplyCancel

  • tonia conner - This is as beautiful to the heart as it is to the eyes. I’m praying for all who worked on it and the recipient as well.ReplyCancel

  • Mary Ann - Such a beautiful and meaningful quilt! Here’s to the success of the auction, every bit of research is so important.ReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - It’s a lovely quilt, Anne, made more special by all the hands that contributed.ReplyCancel

  • gale - Such talented ladies and so inspiring!!! I hope it makes lots of money for the auction. I know someone is going to be very happy when they walk home, owning this beautiful quilt.ReplyCancel