WIN Thread!! Sulky Pink Giveaway!

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Good Morning, Quilters!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Statistics show that 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime…that means that 1250 of The Inbox Jaunt’s 10,000 followers will face breast cancer!

 

The best way to fight breast cancer is to have a plan that helps you detect breast cancer in its early stages.

Read more at The National Breast Cancer Foundation HERE.

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In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Sulky is offering the Pretty Pink Giveaway– 18 spools of their gorgeous thread:  40 wt Rayon (one of my go-to threads–see below), 40 wt cotton and 12 wt cotton –to one lucky winner.

ENTER TO WIN

Please leave a comment--anything you want to say about Breast Cancer, thread, or just write:  “Pretty in Pink”

One lucky winner will be chosen at random on Friday.

Sulky Thread, Machine Quilting, Lori Kennedy

THINGS TO DO NOW

Learn the warning signs of Breast Cancer HERE

Read about Breast Cancer Prevention and Early Detection HERE

Take a Breast Cancer Risk Assessment HERE

Consider a donation to one of the many Breast Cancer organizations.

Spread the word–encourage your family and friends to learn more about Breast Cancer prevention.

Enter to win the Sulky Pretty Pink Giveaway.

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Whatever you choose to do this October, remember YOU can make a difference…

Lori

 

 

 

 

 

 

769 thoughts on “WIN Thread!! Sulky Pink Giveaway!

  1. I live near Philadelphia and many of the downtown high rises are flooded in pink lights as a reminder to schedule a mammogram.

  2. It’s been 5 1// years since my surgery and I’m doing well. Early diagnosis and excellent medical team.

    Sulky thread is great thread.

  3. Pretty in Pink… first occurrence of breast cancer caught on a mammogram. 16 years later found again this past January, on an MRI. Happy to be cancer free again!!! Get your mammograms done! They save lives!

  4. Pretty in Pink! Got my mammogram on Monday, Oct. 23. Our quilt guild raffles off a quilt each year and donates the money to a local agency that helps fund low cost mammograms. Early detection is the BEST medicine!

  5. have had two scares–each time was a cyst. first one 20 years ago so surgical biopsy, last one recently and they were able to diagnose with an ultrasound. Both picked up with a mammogram. In Ontario, Canada they send reminder notices of when you need one. Don’t ignore doing it.

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