4 Patches 4 Hope

4 Patches 4 Hope is a project created by a gal named Regina in honor of her mother, who lost her battle with cancer this past summer.

Regina is collecting 4-patches and making them into quilts to give to cancer patients undergoing treatment, and also urging folks to make donations to the American Cancer Society as well.

I whipped up some 4-patches for Regina’s project:

In addition, since I make a charitable donation of a portion of the profits from sales of my patterns each quarter, I will be making my 4th quarter donation for 2011 to The American Cancer Society to help out 4 Patches 4 Hope.

If you have time (and it doesn’t take long), I urge you to also make a few 4-patches and send them to Regina. Her goal is 1000 4-patches and $4000 by next February.

You can read more about her project and get the details here: 4 Patches 4 Hope.

Published in: on November 2, 2011 at 10:30 am  Comments (2)  

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  1. Thank you so much for sharing this information!! I plan to make blocks in memory or honor of our relatives who have passed on from cancer or are fighting for their lives from cancer. What a wonderful cause and a great way to bring comfort to those who need it!

  2. I’ve got some four patches made up for Regina too.

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