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Our Nifty Fifty One Swap made two breast cancer charity
quilts.  Since a quilter from every state has worked on
these quilts and have added the names of their friends and
families who have suffered from this terrible disease, we
would also like everyone from all 50 states to have the
opportunity to place names of loved ones on these
quilts.We have designated one quilt for signatures
of Breast Cancer Survivors and signatures
of family members who have lost a loved one.  

As our quilt traveled to quilt shows we noticed that others
who had survived cancer had also signed the back of our
quilt. So we have designated the second quilt for any
survivor of cancer who would also
like sign the back of the quilt.

We will donate these NF I queen size quilts to a Quilt
Museum to raise awareness for Breast Cancer
as soon as the backs are filled with signatures .
If anyone would like to add a name to
the back of our quilts or if your
organization is interested in displaying
our quilts to collect signatures then
please contact Teresa at
Nifty Fifty Quilters
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Breast Cancer
Survivor/Memorial Quilt
breast cancer quilt at Curves

Click here to get a Breast Cancer Ribbon
Knitted Washcloth/Dishcloth Pattern
breast cancer survivor quilt
Our Quilt being signed at a quilt
show in Kansas
We have other Nifty Fifty Charity Quilts available to raise money for Breast
Cancer Awareness.  If your organization is interested in one of our quilts then
please contact Teresa at
Nifty Fifty Quilters
In Loving Memory of Brenda Neily who
was our Twenty Plenty Plus II Hostess,
Nifty Fifty 4 co-hostess and Nifty Fifty 6

Brenda lost her fight with Breast
Cancer on April 14, 2000 Our Nifty
Fifty 4, Nifty Fifty 6 and our Twenty
Plenty Plus II International Quilt Blocks
will always carry Brenda's memory,
spirit and love amongst them at all times.
All Nifty Fifty Charity Quilts have
been donated by their hostesses to a
local hospital or center to raise
money for Breast Cancer.

NF 5 was auctioned off in New York City
through the Carol Baldwin Center to benefit
Breast Cancer Awareness.  The person who
won the quilt gave it back to be auctioned again
because it only raised $500.00 the first time.

NF 7 was donated to the Fred Hutchinson
Cancer Research Center in Washington State

NF 16 and 18 were raffled off at a Breast
Cancer event through Mary Washington
Hospital  Fredericksburg Virginia to go towards
Breast Cancer awareness.

The charity quilts from Suzanne Pratt's Nifty
Fifty Swaps were the NF20, NF10, NF13,
NF20,  NF21 and Twenty Plenty International
These charity quilts were auctioned of
at a charitable events  in Alabama for breast
cancer awareness at the University Women's
Health Center. They raised a good amount of
money. Suzanne will have another more NF 28
and Twenty Plenty International quilt that will be
used for Charity. They will be dontated to the
St. Jude's.

NF 23 was donated to the Moffitt Cancer
Institute and Research Facility
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We are collecting inspirational and special stories of breast cancer survivors or
stories from family members or friends who have lost a love one to breast cancer.
If you have a story to share please send it to us through our
Nifty Fifty Breast Cancer Story Submission Form
We will post it on our Breast Cancer Memory or Breast Cancer Survivor page
so your story can be shared with others who have been touched by this
disease and to give them inspiration, hope or comfort.
Photos can be sent along with your stories.
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Nifty Fifty Breast Cancer Survivor Memorial Quilt
Our Quilts being displayed at CURVES.
They were folded over so the
quilts could be signed on the back while
on display