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Customer Reviews for What Cancer Cannot Do 6" x 3" Blocks Fabric Panel

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August 16, 2022
Luanne F
I make these into small pillow cases, about 10 by 14, using fabric scraps so they look like little quilts. My Stitching Angels group makes the pillows. We give the finished small pillows to our local cancer treatment center for patients to hug or rest their arms on during treatment. They are very well received.
February 29, 2020
Diane C
This is a magnificent product! I have made two of these Hope Quilts for very dear friends who were battling breast cancer. I made one in blue (her favorite color), and the most recent one in the traditional pink prints. They both came out gorgeous and the recipients loved them! The encouragement and hope these messages provide is priceless.
January 3, 2018
Pat S
It took a while, but my son in law is now in remission from cancer.We have only hit the one month mark but we will have many more. Just before we got word of his good news, his wife, my daughter, was told she has cancer. Now he is helping her through the good and bad times. I plan to make this into a wall hanging using their favorite colors intertwined with each saying.
June 19, 2017
Arlene D
I bought the panel of "What Cancer Cannot Do". I then made a lap quilt for a friend in my church that is battling cancer. I choose green colors because that was her favorite color. I wanted to give her something that would give her encouragement as she fights this battle. She loved it and wanted to show it off to everyone who came to her house to visit with her. I would urge anyone who wants to make any kind of quilt for someone battling cancer to get this panel. The words are very encouraging.
January 11, 2017
Debbi B
I have purchased several of these "What Cancer can not do" panels. I make and donate a quilt each year to be auctioned off/ fund raiser for the "Pink Ribbon Ride" snowmobile Rally in our area. I have also made a quilt for a lady who was battling breast cancer and also for an 8 year old girl who was battling cancer. Both are now Cancer Survivors along with myself.... This is one of those "feel good about what you're making" products....
November 29, 2015
Judi L
I put this in a quilt for my daughter who is battling leukemia. It turned out beautiful.
December 5, 2014
Carol Anne M
So many ways this panel could be used. I used it with breast cancer fabric for a wall hanging or lap quilt, but it can be used for all kinds of cancer. Many who saw it agreed with how positive the outlook can be.