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August 26, 2013


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I will definitely make something. You know this cause hits close to home for me too. I would love to win one of the scarf patterns/fabric kits. I don't have an embroidery machine so I wouldn't be able to use the CDs.

Your scarf turned out great!


What a wonderful post. You know this cause hits close to home for me too. I would love to make a scarf and donate it to the Lacks Cancer Center here in GR. Can I do that? I would love the pattern. I don't have an embroidery machine so I cannot use the CDs. Love all your pictures of you and the scarf. Great job!


Great post! I love the scarf you are showing, and you look absolutely stunning in it. You should be a model in a magazine; I swear you get more beautiful every year; life must be agreeing with you because you are shining!!

And what a wonderful idea! I am going to round up many scarves that I no longer wear. I am assuming they can use long ones as well as the squares and any shape in between. God bless this cause.

Sandy E

This would be an excellent community service project for my quilt guild.
The power of women helping women- sharing our talents. WOW! only on the internet.


I would be honored to make a scarf for the cause. I would like to be entered for both giveaways.

Donna F

What a beautiful scarf. I will definitely make and donate at least one. It's a cause that is near and dear to my heart as well. I would like to be entered in both giveaways.

Penny Kitzmiller

I would enjoy making a scarf for this cause...wish we didn't have to and there was a cure, but sadly we do... I would love to be entered for both giveaways and I have 2 Singer Futura's
by the way you looked lovely in the scarf

Emma P

What a lovely project. I would be honored to make a few scarves for the cause and send them directly to TX. I can even add that special something with machine embroidery as I have a Bernina 830 and the Janome 12K. So either give-away would be a blessing.

Agnes B. Bullock

Yes I will be making a scarf in honor of my friend Shelley Robba, who died of ovarian cancer ten years ago. When I started machine embroidery 18 months ago, I also started a subscription to Designs in Machine Embroidery and have wanted to get their design set to keep Shelley close to me while I embroidered and sewed.

Please enter me in both givewaway

Patty Sack

I like this scarf. I am going to make one of these and I am going to make an embroidered one like Eileen's also. I think this is a great idea! I would like either give away - they are both great.

Eileen Roche

Mama Pea, thank you so much for participating in the Love My Scarf blog tour! We're honored to have you share this pattern and great giveaways with your readers. Here's to spreading awareness and being the difference! - Eileen Roche

Carol Courreges

I, also , will be making these for an awesome cause. Thanks for doing this! Please enter me in both giveaways.
- Carol Courreges


The scarf is beautiful and the model as well!
I would love to make a scarf. This is a wonderful cause.
Please enter me!

Cande Gordon

I pledge to make several and drop them off at my local dealer. I am interested in the machine embroidery designs. I have a new BabyLock 10 needle.

Thank you.


I like that scarf. I will for sure make some scarves, and my daughters' service organization can sew some also. We have two adult advisors who have beat breast and ovarian cancer in the last year, one who was just diagnosed with breast cancer. We will look for a site here in San Diego to donate. We will be volunteering at the Breast Cancer Run in October.

Birdie Cade

Since I am a breast cancer survivor, I'll definitely be making some scarves for those that need them. Since I'm also planning on making a quilt to donate to the hospital I received treatment at, I'd be most interested in the embroidery designs.

Linda E

I pledge to make a scarf and give it to a friend recently diagnosed with cancer. She will soon begin her treatments. Thank you for sponsoring such a worthwhile cause. I would be thrilled with the embroidery designs or pattern if my name should be chosen. Thank you


Thank you for a great post! Your scarf is lovely! Yes! I'll make at least one scarf. Such a great cause and would love to be a part of helping. I do not have an embroidery machine. I would love one of the scarf kits if I win.

Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.


Maggie Szafranski

Great scarf! And a beautiful model!

Mary Haggenmaker

That is a really unique and very lovely scarf. The one you made and what possibilities I have running through my mind. If I don't get lucky I will be going to Amanda's website to at least see about getting the pattern.

Pam Boner

Love your scarf. Yes I will make at least one scarf. I would love to win the kit or the embroidery designs. What a fun post.

Vanessa B

Will to make at least one scarf and donate at my LQS :-) Thank You for participating for this cause!

Linda in Calif.

Great looking scarf. This is a wonderful cause.


It lookalike I missed this giveaway but if I did not please count me in. I just donated a quilt to my school to raise fund for cancer awareness. I hope it generates a lot if money. I have an embroidery machine and it would be wonderful to make things with the awareness logo. I would also love to make scarves and would even donate some but I have absolutely no clue on how to make them.

Shirlene Renshaw

I would love to make a scarf and donate it - I do own a Babylock Ellegante embroidery machine, so I would love the embroidery designs, but also would be interested in the scarf kits, too. What a wonderful cause. I shared this on my FB page & also my pinterest account.

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