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Total raised for AAQI so far: $29,395.00

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The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative holds monthly online auctions during the first 10 days of each month, hosted by BenefitBidding.com. Below are the August auction quilts. We are grateful to our auction hosts, Mary and Lloyd Cooper who donate their time and online auction site so that 100% of the money raised goes to the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative! Thank you! All profits fund Alzheimer's research.

Thank you for your support,

Ami Simms

You're Making a Difference!

Your generous bids are appreciated by the artists who made these beautiful quilts and by everyone struggling to end this vile disease.

The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) is a national, grassroots effort to raise awareness and fund research through art. It is classified as a tax-exempt charity under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. All profits are used to fund research.

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Welcome to the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative
Celebrity Invitational Quilt Auction

 

  • Auction ends on November 10, 2013 at 10 p.m. (22:00 military time) Central Standard Time.
  • Winners will be notified by email on November 11th with payment instructions
  • Payment (Visa or MasterCard) is due by November 15th.
  • Winners pay shipping via Priority Mail (calculated by weight and distance, from about $5.32 to $9.88),
    plus insurance and 6% sales tax (MI residents only). 
  • Please read descriptions carefully. Note quilt size. All sales are final.
  • Email quilt questions to AlzQuilts@aol.com.
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Rejoice Again - Renae Haddadin & Karen Kay Buckley
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Rejoice Again

Renae Haddadin & Karen Kay Buckley
Sandy, UT USA

Width: 15" Length: 15"

Materials/Techniques: Cotton and wool fabrics.

Artist Statement: Karen Kay Buckley created a beautiful appliquéd block that Renae Haddadin finished with quilting.

Dedication: To Joyce Brown, Renae Haddadin's mother.

This quilt has a plain back.

Auction ends on November 10, 2013 at 10 p.m. (22:00 military time) Central Standard Time. Winners will be notified by email with payment instructions when the auction is over. Payment (Visa or MasterCard) is due by November 15th. Winners pay shipping via Priority Mail (calculated by weight and distance, from about $5.32 to $9.88), plus insurance and 6% sales tax (MI residents only).  Please read descriptions carefully. Note quilt size. All sales are final. Email quilt questions to AlzQuilts@aol.com. Email bidding questions to Auction@BenefitBidding.com. Your generous bids are appreciated by the artists who made these beautiful quilts and by everyone struggling to end this vile disease. The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) is a national, grassroots effort to raise awareness and fund research through art. It is run entirely by volunteers. All profits are used to fund research.

Rejoice Again - Renae Haddadin & Karen Kay Buckley
 
Leading Bid   $3,410.00
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Miniature Memories - Pat Holly
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Miniature Memories

Pat Holly
Ann Arbor, MI USA

Width: 15" Length: 15"

Materials/Techniques: Silk fabric, Hobb's silk batting, Liberty of London fabric for backing, silk thread and purchased trim; machine appliquéd and machine quilted.

Artist Statement: When I found out this would be the last year for the celebrity auction, I thought about the previous little quilts I have made. I designed this quilt using elements from these previous quilts, kind of like little bits of memory. I think about those suffering from Alzheimer's and how they are left with just bits of memories.

This quilt has a Regular Sleeve.

Auction ends on November 10, 2013 at 10 p.m. (22:00 military time) Central Standard Time. Winners will be notified by email with payment instructions when the auction is over. Payment (Visa or MasterCard) is due by November 15th. Winners pay shipping via Priority Mail (calculated by weight and distance, from about $5.32 to $9.88), plus insurance and 6% sales tax (MI residents only).  Please read descriptions carefully. Note quilt size. All sales are final. Email quilt questions to AlzQuilts@aol.com. Email bidding questions to Auction@BenefitBidding.com. Your generous bids are appreciated by the artists who made these beautiful quilts and by everyone struggling to end this vile disease. The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) is a national, grassroots effort to raise awareness and fund research through art. It is run entirely by volunteers. All profits are used to fund research.

Miniature Memories - Pat Holly
 
Leading Bid   $2,600.00
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Confetti Heart #2 - Laura Wasilowski
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Confetti Heart #2 - Laura Wasilowski
Elgin, IL USA

Width: 13" Length: 13"

Materials/Techniques: Hand-dyed and fused fabrics, machine quilted and hand embroidered.

Artist Statement: This piece is a collage of what I call "debris" or the aftermath of art making. It is created from cut away scraps of fabric too precious to discard but no longer large enough to handle. During the construction, I thought about how often we humans must experience loss and how often we manage to gather together and reunite. No matter the loss we always come together, to embrace, to hold dear, to repair and to rebuild.
Contact Laura

Dedication: For my father-in-law, Emil, good friend, mentor and fun character.

This quilt has a Split Sleeve.

Auction ends on November 10, 2013 at 10 p.m. (22:00 military time) Central Standard Time. Winners will be notified by email with payment instructions when the auction is over. Payment (Visa or MasterCard) is due by November 15th. Winners pay shipping via Priority Mail (calculated by weight and distance, from about $5.32 to $9.88), plus insurance and 6% sales tax (MI residents only).  Please read descriptions carefully. Note quilt size. All sales are final. Email quilt questions to AlzQuilts@aol.com. Email bidding questions to Auction@BenefitBidding.com. Your generous bids are appreciated by the artists who made these beautiful quilts and by everyone struggling to end this vile disease. The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) is a national, grassroots effort to raise awareness and fund research through art. It is run entirely by volunteers. All profits are used to fund research.

Confetti Heart #2 - Laura Wasilowski
 
Leading Bid   $410.00
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It's A New Day! - Linda Carlson
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It's a New Day!

Linda Carlson
Mexico, MO USA

Width: 15" Length: 15"

Materials/Techniques: This quilt was fused, machine appliquéd and heavily quilted with bright rayon and metallic threads. Swarovski crystals were applied to the sun and its rays to signify the glow of a new day dawning above the horizon.

Artist Statement: "It's A New Day!" refers to the dawning eradication of Alzheimer's disease provided by the million dollar tireless fund raising efforts of Ami Simms through her Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative. It is my original design based on the concept of its name; constructed and embellished by me, and quilted by Tammy Bush. It was a privilege to be asked to participate in this final Celebrity Auction after being part of the very first AAQI quilt tour, book and video.
Contact Linda

Dedication: I dedicate this quilt to my dear mother-in-law, Doretta Carlson, and to fellow Celebrity quilt maker, Libby Lehman. Libby is a true teacher's Teacher!

This quilt has Fast Finish Triangles.

Auction ends on November 10, 2013 at 10 p.m. (22:00 military time) Central Standard Time. Winners will be notified by email with payment instructions when the auction is over. Payment (Visa or MasterCard) is due by November 15th. Winners pay shipping via Priority Mail (calculated by weight and distance, from about $5.32 to $9.88), plus insurance and 6% sales tax (MI residents only).  Please read descriptions carefully. Note quilt size. All sales are final. Email quilt questions to AlzQuilts@aol.com. Email bidding questions to Auction@BenefitBidding.com. Your generous bids are appreciated by the artists who made these beautiful quilts and by everyone struggling to end this vile disease. The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) is a national, grassroots effort to raise awareness and fund research through art. It is run entirely by volunteers. All profits are used to fund research.

It's A New Day! - Linda Carlson
 
Leading Bid   $710.00
Time Left CLOSED
Return to Provence - Diane Gaudynski
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Return to Provence

Diane Gaudynski
Waukesha, WI USA

Width: 14.75" Length: 14.75"

Materials/Techniques: Original whole cloth design; silk dupioni, wool batting, silk thread, free motion quilted on my Bernina 730 home sewing machine. No sleeve; use straight pins through top corners to hang. Fabric sleeve included if you want to use it.

Artist Statement: A variation of my miniature quilt, “A Visit to Provence,” this tiny silk dupioni quilt combines original motifs, freehand feathers, folk art animals, and traditional backgrounds found in Provence quilts along with my signature sleeping cat. Made in memory of my mother, Erma Hinterberg (1923-2008), who could do anything she set her mind to and inspired me to try and do the same. The last stitch was put in on July 9, 2013, what would have been her 90th birthday.

Dedication: Dedicated to my mother, Erma Hinterberg, with love and remembrance.

This quilt has a Plain Back.

Auction ends on November 10, 2013 at 10 p.m. (22:00 military time) Central Standard Time. Winners will be notified by email with payment instructions when the auction is over. Payment (Visa or MasterCard) is due by November 15th. Winners pay shipping via Priority Mail (calculated by weight and distance, from about $5.32 to $9.88), plus insurance and 6% sales tax (MI residents only).  Please read descriptions carefully. Note quilt size. All sales are final. Email quilt questions to AlzQuilts@aol.com. Email bidding questions to Auction@BenefitBidding.com. Your generous bids are appreciated by the artists who made these beautiful quilts and by everyone struggling to end this vile disease. The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) is a national, grassroots effort to raise awareness and fund research through art. It is run entirely by volunteers. All profits are used to fund research.

Return to Provence - Diane Gaudynski
 
Leading Bid   $7,500.00
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Faded Glory - Ricky Tims
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Faded Glory

Ricky Tims
La Veta, CO USA

Width: 15" Length: 15"

Materials/Techniques: Hand-dyed cotton fabrics, made by machine.

Artist Statement: I veered from my typical bright colors and used these paler hues as a symbolic reference to how a once-vibrant person afflicted with Alzheimer's fades to become a shadow, a veiled and foggy representation as it were, of their former self. The flower is dropping petals as each memory fails. Only a hint of what was once thriving, strong, beautiful, and vibrant remains. The spirits of others who have shared the same fate stand on either side, patiently waiting - understanding.
Contact Ricky

Dedication: Dedicated to my dad, Richard Tims.

This quilt has a Split Sleeve.

Auction ends on November 10, 2013 at 10 p.m. (22:00 military time) Central Standard Time. Winners will be notified by email with payment instructions when the auction is over. Payment (Visa or MasterCard) is due by November 15th. Winners pay shipping via Priority Mail (calculated by weight and distance, from about $5.32 to $9.88), plus insurance and 6% sales tax (MI residents only).  Please read descriptions carefully. Note quilt size. All sales are final. Email quilt questions to AlzQuilts@aol.com. Email bidding questions to Auction@BenefitBidding.com. Your generous bids are appreciated by the artists who made these beautiful quilts and by everyone struggling to end this vile disease. The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) is a national, grassroots effort to raise awareness and fund research through art. It is run entirely by volunteers. All profits are used to fund research.

Faded Glory - Ricky Tims
 
Leading Bid   $1,560.00
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Hanging By A Thread - Pepper Cory
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Hanging By A Thread

Pepper Cory
Beaufort, NC USA

Width: 15" Length: 15"

Materials/Techniques: All shot cottons from the Peppered Cottons collection by Studio E Fabrics. Threads are #16 and #12 Perle cotton by Presencia Thread. The batting is wool by Pellon. While the tiny blocks were sewn over tracing paper initially, after that step (paper was torn away) all other sewing was by hand. Handwork gives me the time to reflect and appreciate the process--call it meditation with a needle.

Artist Statement: This little crazy quilt is to honor my friend and writing collaborator Susan McKelvey. Together she and I wrote the book The Signature Quilt and I learned a great deal from Susan. When my husband and I moved to North Carolina, we bought our house from the McKelveys as well. Bless you Susan.
Contact Pepper

Dedication: In honor of Susan McKelvey.

This quilt has Fast Finish Triangles.

Auction ends on November 10, 2013 at 10 p.m. (22:00 military time) Central Standard Time. Winners will be notified by email with payment instructions when the auction is over. Payment (Visa or MasterCard) is due by November 15th. Winners pay shipping via Priority Mail (calculated by weight and distance, from about $5.32 to $9.88), plus insurance and 6% sales tax (MI residents only).  Please read descriptions carefully. Note quilt size. All sales are final. Email quilt questions to AlzQuilts@aol.com. Email bidding questions to Auction@BenefitBidding.com. Your generous bids are appreciated by the artists who made these beautiful quilts and by everyone struggling to end this vile disease. The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) is a national, grassroots effort to raise awareness and fund research through art. It is run entirely by volunteers. All profits are used to fund research.

Hanging By A Thread - Pepper Cory
 
Leading Bid   $710.00
Time Left CLOSED
Bell Bottom Blues - Sue Nickels
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Bell Bottom Blues

Sue Nickels
Ann Arbor, MI USA

Width: 15" Length: 15"

Materials/Techniques: 100% cotton fabric and thread, wool batting, machine quilted.

Artist Statement: My small quilt depicts the words from the "Bell Bottom Blues" by Eric Clapton. "I don't want to fade away - give me one more day - please - in your heart I want to stay". I used soft blue fabric and shades of blue thread starting darker and fading away to lighter threads, from top left to bottom right. I also designed an original feather motif to look like a heart. I thought this is what having Alzheimer's disease must feel like.

This quilt has a Traditional Sleeve.

Auction ends on November 10, 2013 at 10 p.m. (22:00 military time) Central Standard Time. Winners will be notified by email with payment instructions when the auction is over. Payment (Visa or MasterCard) is due by November 15th. Winners pay shipping via Priority Mail (calculated by weight and distance, from about $5.32 to $9.88), plus insurance and 6% sales tax (MI residents only).  Please read descriptions carefully. Note quilt size. All sales are final. Email quilt questions to AlzQuilts@aol.com. Email bidding questions to Auction@BenefitBidding.com. Your generous bids are appreciated by the artists who made these beautiful quilts and by everyone struggling to end this vile disease. The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) is a national, grassroots effort to raise awareness and fund research through art. It is run entirely by volunteers. All profits are used to fund research.

Bell Bottom Blues - Sue Nickels
 
Leading Bid   $1,000.00
Time Left CLOSED
Hope and Love - John Flynn
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Hope and Love

John Flynn
Red Lodge, MT USA

Width: 15" Length: 15"

Materials/Techniques: Cotton batiks with metallic quilting threads.

Artist Statement: I will help Ami till the end in her effort to cure this awful disease.

This quilt has Fast Finish Triangles.

Auction ends on November 10, 2013 at 10 p.m. (22:00 military time) Central Standard Time. Winners will be notified by email with payment instructions when the auction is over. Payment (Visa or MasterCard) is due by November 15th. Winners pay shipping via Priority Mail (calculated by weight and distance, from about $5.32 to $9.88), plus insurance and 6% sales tax (MI residents only).  Please read descriptions carefully. Note quilt size. All sales are final. Email quilt questions to AlzQuilts@aol.com. Email bidding questions to Auction@BenefitBidding.com. Your generous bids are appreciated by the artists who made these beautiful quilts and by everyone struggling to end this vile disease. The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) is a national, grassroots effort to raise awareness and fund research through art. It is run entirely by volunteers. All profits are used to fund research.

Hope and Love - John Flynn
 
Leading Bid   $905.00
Time Left CLOSED
You're Not Alone - Alex Anderson
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You're Not Alone

Alex Anderson
Livermore , CA USA

Width: 14" Length: 14"

Materials/Techniques: Hand dyed cotton fabric, machine pieced and quilted.

Artist Statement: This piece was created with a nod to the modern quilter. My creative journey has been evolving and changing over the last few years. I am not sure where it will end and perhaps there is no need for an ending.

Dedication: To Ami Sims who has fought the good fight. Congratulations for making your goal!

This quilt has Fast Finish Triangles.

Auction ends on November 10, 2013 at 10 p.m. (22:00 military time) Central Standard Time. Winners will be notified by email with payment instructions when the auction is over. Payment (Visa or MasterCard) is due by November 15th. Winners pay shipping via Priority Mail (calculated by weight and distance, from about $5.32 to $9.88), plus insurance and 6% sales tax (MI residents only).  Please read descriptions carefully. Note quilt size. All sales are final. Email quilt questions to AlzQuilts@aol.com. Email bidding questions to Auction@BenefitBidding.com. Your generous bids are appreciated by the artists who made these beautiful quilts and by everyone struggling to end this vile disease. The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) is a national, grassroots effort to raise awareness and fund research through art. It is run entirely by volunteers. All profits are used to fund research.

You're Not Alone - Alex Anderson
 
Leading Bid   $4,000.00
Time Left CLOSED
Memories - Marsha McCloskey
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Memories

Marsha McCloskey
Eugene , OR USA

Width: 15" Length: 15"

Materials/Techniques: Cotton prints, mostly antique fabrics dating from 1890-1910. Batting is wool, small scale design fabrics, machine pieced by Marsha McCloskey, machine quilted by Loretta Orsborn with custom free motion patterns, feathers and flowers, narrow applied binding.

Artist Statement: Prints used in this miniature quilt are over 100 years old, dating from 1890-1910. Collected over many years, most of the patches are from orphan blocks, unfinished quilt tops, or collections of scraps and cut pieces handed down by quilters who would have been contemporaries of my great-great grandmother. The prints are dark indigo blues, more medium cadet blues, black on white shirtings, a caramel and navy woven, and a caramel colored flannel print. With each print came awareness that this piece of fabric had been chosen, cut and sewn by another quilter 100 years ago and that I was sharing her experience. There are memories in the cloth. To be able to reuse the patches, I reduced the Evening Star and Meadow Lily designs to a ½" scale. In freehand machine quilting, Loretta Orsborn created pumpkin seeds and feather plumes beautifully scaled to the pieced design. Color of the quilting threads was matched to the different patches for a delightfully subtle effect that is visible upon close inspection.
Contact Marsha

Dedication: My thanks to Ami Simms and all the AAQI volunteers who have made a difference in Alzheimer's research.

This quilt has a Traditional Sleeve.

Auction ends on November 10, 2013 at 10 p.m. (22:00 military time) Central Standard Time. Winners will be notified by email with payment instructions when the auction is over. Payment (Visa or MasterCard) is due by November 15th. Winners pay shipping via Priority Mail (calculated by weight and distance, from about $5.32 to $9.88), plus insurance and 6% sales tax (MI residents only).  Please read descriptions carefully. Note quilt size. All sales are final. Email quilt questions to AlzQuilts@aol.com. Email bidding questions to Auction@BenefitBidding.com. Your generous bids are appreciated by the artists who made these beautiful quilts and by everyone struggling to end this vile disease. The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) is a national, grassroots effort to raise awareness and fund research through art. It is run entirely by volunteers. All profits are used to fund research.

Memories - Marsha McCloskey
 
Leading Bid   $1,200.00
Time Left CLOSED
a whisper of spring - Charlotte Warr Andersen
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a whisper of spring

Charlotte Warr Andersen
Salt Lake City, UT USA

Width: 15" Length: 15"

Materials/Techniques: All cotton fabrics, cotton batting with a layer of flannel, cotton and silk threads. Hand appliqué, digitized machine embroidery and machine quilting.

Artist Statement: Are the footsteps going into or coming out of the woods? The path is dreary, bleak, cold and bitter; but there is a touch of hope. This quilt was made at the invitation of Ami Simms and the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative.
Contact Charlotte

Dedication: To those who set out on the path of Alzheimer's and the people who love and care for them and share the weight. Fundraising and research offer that glimmer of hope. I love you, Mom.

This quilt has a Split Sleeve.

Auction ends on November 10, 2013 at 10 p.m. (22:00 military time) Central Standard Time. Winners will be notified by email with payment instructions when the auction is over. Payment (Visa or MasterCard) is due by November 15th. Winners pay shipping via Priority Mail (calculated by weight and distance, from about $5.32 to $9.88), plus insurance and 6% sales tax (MI residents only).  Please read descriptions carefully. Note quilt size. All sales are final. Email quilt questions to AlzQuilts@aol.com. Email bidding questions to Auction@BenefitBidding.com. Your generous bids are appreciated by the artists who made these beautiful quilts and by everyone struggling to end this vile disease. The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) is a national, grassroots effort to raise awareness and fund research through art. It is run entirely by volunteers. All profits are used to fund research.

a whisper of spring - Charlotte Warr Andersen
 
Leading Bid   $1,060.00
Time Left CLOSED
Don't Get Your Knickers In A Twist - George & Virginia Siciliano
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Don't Get Your Knickers In A Twist - George & Virginia Siciliano
Lebanon, PA USA

Width: 9" Length: 12"

Materials/Techniques: We used 100% hand dyed cotton fabric. This quilt is foundation pieced and machine quilted.

Artist Statement: We enjoy teaching the twisted log cabin in our workshops. With endless design possibilities they are fun to make and the results are always spectacular!
Contact George & Virginia

Dedication: To all of the courageous people fighting Alzheimer's.

This quilt has a Split Sleeve.

Auction ends on November 10, 2013 at 10 p.m. (22:00 military time) Central Standard Time. Winners will be notified by email with payment instructions when the auction is over. Payment (Visa or MasterCard) is due by November 15th. Winners pay shipping via Priority Mail (calculated by weight and distance, from about $5.32 to $9.88), plus insurance and 6% sales tax (MI residents only).  Please read descriptions carefully. Note quilt size. All sales are final. Email quilt questions to AlzQuilts@aol.com. Email bidding questions to Auction@BenefitBidding.com. Your generous bids are appreciated by the artists who made these beautiful quilts and by everyone struggling to end this vile disease. The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) is a national, grassroots effort to raise awareness and fund research through art. It is run entirely by volunteers. All profits are used to fund research.

Don't Get Your Knickers In A Twist - George & Virginia Siciliano
 
Leading Bid   $640.00
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Autumn Maple - Barbara Shapel
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Autumn Maple

Barbara Shapel
Washougal, WA USA

Width: 15" Length: 15"

Materials/Techniques: Hand-dyed cotton sateen on the daytime side of quilt (see below); cotton/silk blend fabric for the nighttime side of the quilt (left).

Artist Statement: This piece is my interpretation of an Autumn maple in the moon's glow.
Contact Barbara

Dedication: Dedicated to the memory of Lillian Peck, the mother-in-law of my best friend.

This quilt has Hanging Tabs.

Auction ends on November 10, 2013 at 10 p.m. (22:00 military time) Central Standard Time. Winners will be notified by email with payment instructions when the auction is over. Payment (Visa or MasterCard) is due by November 15th. Winners pay shipping via Priority Mail (calculated by weight and distance, from about $5.32 to $9.88), plus insurance and 6% sales tax (MI residents only).  Please read descriptions carefully. Note quilt size. All sales are final. Email quilt questions to AlzQuilts@aol.com. Email bidding questions to Auction@BenefitBidding.com. Your generous bids are appreciated by the artists who made these beautiful quilts and by everyone struggling to end this vile disease. The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) is a national, grassroots effort to raise awareness and fund research through art. It is run entirely by volunteers. All profits are used to fund research.

Autumn Maple - Barbara Shapel
 
Leading Bid   $3,690.00
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