Thursday, September 24, 2009

Pink Fairy Quilt for Breastcancer Awareness

To raise awareness for Breastcancer, October, 2009 is Breastcancer Awareness Month.  My customer and friend Penny has made a gorgeous Pink Fairy Quilt which I have just finished quilting.  The quilt has been made as a fundraiser for this great cause and will be raffled or auctioned next month at the Annual Morris Hall (MGGS) Touch of Pink Breakfast.

The quilt features 12 different fairies set with pink and white sashing and surrounded by pink and white squares.  The quilt was made from a kit and based on a pattern purchased from The Patchwork Collection in Healesville.

The quilt has been quilted with an all-over design called Angel Wings to tie in with the Fairy theme.

Here is just one more close-up to give you an idea of the gorgeous fairies.

I would like to wish Penny good luck with the fundraiser - I hope the quilt is a great success in raising money for Breastcancer awareness and that the quilt goes to a little girl who will treasure it for a long time to come.


  1. Absolutely gorgeous! Beautifully made Penny, I hope you have a really successful fundraiser. Love the quilting too - the Angel Wings so very appropriate.

    Thanks for sharing.


  2. Beautiful quilt for a wonderful cause! Best of luck with the fundraiser!

  3. I have that panto too - but have only used it on baby quilts - I'll have to consider it for other ones, this is darling on this quilt. I asked my customer about that quilt pattern, as to be expected, she couldn't remember but said she'd call me with the name....don't hold your breath, but I'll let you know if I hear!

  4. what a beautiful quilt! Those flower fairies books were my absolute favourites as a child, I still love them now!


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