Thursday, May 18, 2017

Please share this post!

You might remember this project from QuiltCon in Pasadena. We asked Marcus booth visitors to stitch a simple Drunkard's Path block with My Mostly Manor collection.  Well, with those blocks, I created this design, which was then quilted by Sarabeth Rebe. It was donated to the Hopes & Dreams Challenge, an ongoing effort spearheaded by Quilters Dream Batting
"Come Together" by Victoria Findlay Wolfe with blocks by attendees of QuiltCon 2015. Quilted by Sarabeth Rebe. 83' x 71'

And NOW, you can support ALS families and research by purchasing raffle tickets to win this designer masterpeice!  Tickets are only $5 per chance (or 5 chances for $20) and can be purchased online now through the drawing date of June 19, 2017.  A fulll 100% of the raffle proceeds will be split between family support and research funding. (NOTE: If you're attending Spring Quilt Market in St. Louis this weekend, you can also purchase your tickets at the Quilters Dream booth # 2240)
--  Grand Prize:  Win the “Come Together” Quilt by Victoria Findlay Wolfe, plus a Case of Quilters Dream Batting
--  1st and 2nd Prizes:  Deluxe Quilter’s Gift Baskets will also be awarded to two lucky winners.
Thanks to our raffle co-sponsors;  Quilters Dream BattingAurifil, and Juki America,and thank you again to the many quilters who "came together" as quilters often do, to stitch blocks for inclusion in this quilt!

Please share this info with all of your friends and guilds... We need to do well here, and raise some funds, a way for all of use to help, $5 at time!  Easy to do, you know you will spend that on fabric anyway! 
One lucky person will get to take the quilt home! Let's see how much we can raise!!

Tickets are only $5 per chance (or 5 chances for $20) and can be purchased online 


  1. Victoria, thank you for donating this beautiful quilt for ALS research and families. DH Mike's nephew has this dread disease; his name is Pat Quinn. He helped launch the Ice Bucket challenge, which raised $220 million worldwide. He is a warrior activist, bringing awareness of ALS all the way to Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
    I will definitely share this post and I hope thousands buy tickets!!

  2. Tickets purchased. Not shared on Facebook because they asked to be allowed to post as me. Sorry, I don't give that permission to anyone.

  3. And tickets purchased! Good luck!


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