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We have partnered with The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to help with the Ovarian Cancer Quilt Project. This is an online auction for quilts of all sizes. This year, we would like to challenge YOU to make a Cherrywood quilt to show your support for research and education.

ONLINE AUCTION DATES: October 21-November 4, 2015

1- Make a quilt out of Cherrywood (use ANY colors, ANY design, ANY size)

2- Send to MD Anderson by May 15, 2015 (deadline has been extended)

3- Receive a $20 Gift Certificate from Cherrywood as a "Thank You!"

For more details: www.ovarianquilt.com

Send quilts to:
UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
Attn: Ovarian Cancer Awareness Quilt Project
Dept. of Gynecologic Oncology Unit 1362
1155 Hermann Pressler, CPB6.3444
Houston, TX 77030-3721

Cherrywood Kit includes a 4-Step Fat Quarter Bundle of Teal Medley and a FREE pattern.
These four shades of teal will jump start your donation quilt, but remember you are not limited to a certain color, size or pattern to take the challenge. The quilt just must be made out of Cherrywood Hand Dyed Fabrics.

The 2015 Online Quilt Auction will be posted on the Ovarian Cancer Quilt website in the Fall of 2015. (We generally post the site a few weeks prior to auction so the community can see the beautiful assortment of quilts for auction.)

To view the Ovarian Cancer Quilt Project website, quilters are encouraged to visit: www.ovarianquilt.com

Cherrywood quilts will be featured on the Ovarian Cancer Quilt Project’s Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/OvarianCancerQuiltProject

We are also planning to post the Cherrywood quilts in a photo album on the Ovarian Cancer Quilt project’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/OvarianCancerQuiltProject

Cherrywood quilts and various other quilts will be displayed October 30 – November 2, 2014 at the International Quilt Festival in Houston, Texas. Be sure to stop by the Ovarian Cancer Quilt Project’s booth.