Welcome! My name is Deanne Eisenman and I am the owner and designer for Snuggles Quilts. This is my second year taking part in By Annie’s #SewPink Initiative. (Here is my project from last year, Courage) I was excited to take part again and create a new project for breast cancer awareness. I have two family members that are breast Cancer survivors so this is a cause close to my heart.
My favorite type of pattern I create now is a mini wool applique on fabric wall hanging. I call these patterns my “Snugg-lets”. They are no larger than 14 x 16″. They are quick and easy projects that can be done in a few days! So, since it’s my favorite, I decided to make my project for this year’s #SewPink Initiative a Snugg-let! Here it is:
This is a 12 1/2 x 14 1/2″ mini wall hanging. The background is a pieced pink ribbon surrounded by a pieced geese border. I call this pattern: Snugg-let Hope & Love. This is a physical pattern but it is also available at my shop as a PDF download!
I chose the saying that I embroidered on the wall hanging, “From hope & love comes courage & strength”, because I feel that with the love and hope from family and friends, anything is possible. Their hope and love feeds your courage and strength in the battle.
Here are a few photos from creating my pattern:
Because of my family history, I am vigilant myself when it comes to exams and tests for early detection. There have been great advancements over the years like 3D mammograms and MRI guided biopsies (both of which I have had). These advancements could not be made without funds raised from initiatives like this. I am grateful to all who work in this field of study to hopefully someday find a cure.
1 in 8 women in their lifetime will be diagnosed with breast cancer…. and you do not have to have a strong family history to be one of those women. That is why I urge you to do the self-exams and make that yearly mammogram visit at the minimum.
Now for the fun…… comment below and be entered in a drawing for a free pattern for Snugg-let Hope & Love and my Courage pattern from last year! There will also be a special 30% off coupon for any wool kit in my shop. The drawing will be on Monday, November 2nd. So you have plenty of time to enter! ***We have a winner! Congrats, Mary Strong!***
See below for the blog hop schedule! You can still visit blogs that were earlier this month.
2020 BLOG HOP SCHEDULE
- ✂ Oct. 1 (Thur): Mister Domestic
- ✂ Oct. 5 (Mon): Sewfinity
- ✂ Oct. 7 (Wed): Great Heron Thread
- ✂ Oct. 9 (Friday): Knot and Thread
- ✂ Oct. 12 (Mon): Snuggles Quilts
- ✂ Oct. 14 (Wed): A Bright Corner
- ✂ Oct. 16 (Fri): Suzn Quilts
- ✂ Oct. 19 (Mon): HUGS’N KISSES
- ✂ Oct. 20 (Tues): Sallie Tomato
- ✂ Oct. 22 (Thur): Masterpiece Quilting by Nancy Scott
- ✂ Oct. 23 (Fri): Meadow Mist Designs
- ✂ Oct. 26 (Mon): LoveYouSew
- ✂ Oct. 27 (Tue): Teresa Coates
- ✂ Oct. 31 (Sat): Sookie Sews of Sue O’Very Designs
The #SewPink Initiative was created by ByAnnie.com LLC to raise awareness for breast cancer throughout the year. Our efforts culminate in an annual blog hop during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month to promote self-care, awareness, early detection and support for those affected by breast cancer.
To learn more and see the calendar of events visit: https://www.ByAnnie.com/SewPIN
To find screenings available near you:
To donate directly to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation visit: https://give.bcrf.org/give/
Donna Gamache says
I’m going to try to make todays for my niece
Angela Jones says
I love the saying you added!
I’m a 22year survivor! I have never done any quilt related breast cancer ribbon, I think the snugglet hope and love pattern is fabulous! Going to make this one😊
Mary Strong says
I’m a 25 year breast cancer survivor. I’m looking forward to making this quilt. Thank you, for all you do!
Thank you for participating in this effort to get the word out! My great aunt was a survivor after a dual radical mastectomy. She was one of the strongest and most hopeful women I know. I’m so grateful for the research that gave her so many happy years after her surgery. Now my niece is a survivor too. Get ’em checked ladies! Catch it early.
Danette Stankovich says
This is a wonderful wall hanging. I browsed your shop – such a great amount of patterns there. Thank you.
Susan L. says
I love this pattern! I too have a family history, & am ever vigilant when it comes to exams & yearly mammograms. We all need to be! I would like to make one of these for my niece, who was just diagnosed a few weeks ago.
Susan MacLeod says
what a lovely pattern! With a great saying embroidered on.
Cyndy Ponczek says
This is a fabulous snugglet! As a survivor myself it hits home! Need to make this for my brother-in-law who just lost his fabulous finance to this dreadful disease! So glad I found your blog, it’s great!
I love the wall hanging. My sister just had a double mastectomy this past April.
What a lovely wall hanging! Thank you!!
You’ve made a lovely pattern, full of hope and Love!! Cancer awareness , prevention, education are so important, your input is great!!
Lori Gallagher says
What a beautiful, uplifting, and encouraging pattern! For such a great cause!
Bonnie Larson says
I love your snug-let. The sentiment is so true, Thank-you for designing and sharing this with us all
Gail S says
I like your quilt. Thank you for sharing with us.
Sharon Aurora says
I love the wording and the applique on your Snug-let! Thank you for sharing.
Erin Simpson says
I’d love to make this for a dear friend of mine and my daughter!
Glad you like the pattern! It’s available in my shop here: