Ribbons hits the road

Traveling QuiltEach year, generous volunteers handcraft a one-of-a-kind quilt for the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer. Created by an incredibly talented duo, Jennie Blume and Paula Reuille, the 2013 offering is a beautiful representation of our ongoing commitment to the cause, fashioned after Ribbons.

The Foundation’s Ribbons Quilt will be on tour in Vera Bradley Stores across the country through early June when it will make its last stop at the annual Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer Classic Women’s Golf and Tennis Tournament in Fort Wayne. You can enter for a chance to win this pretty patchwork by donating $2 to the Foundation at your store, with all donations going directly to benefit breast cancer research.

Read more about the 2013 Foundation Ribbons Quilt Tour and see the complete schedule now on verabradley.org.

If you see the quilt, we want to hear about it! Share photos on Twitter or Instagram, with #travelingquilt to follow and join the journey.

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9 Responses to Ribbons hits the road

  1. Holly N. says:

    So beautiful! I love this!!

  2. maria Polo says:

    Absolutely stunning!

  3. Lisa G. Berthelot says:

    Lisa G. Berthelot
    Very Beautiful & Awesome !!!
    Can’t wait for it too come out for a very Great Cause…
    I hope I can get 2 of them.

  4. Patti says:

    Wonderful Ideal. For a wonderful Cause…
    Make more Quilts Please !!!!! Will we see more quilts in the future???

  5. Denise Malik says:

    This is so beautiful. A dear young friend of mine was recently diagnosed with breast cancer @ age 32. She is being so brave. While also taking care of her almost 2 yr old son. I would love to give this to her. She is so brave!!!!

  6. Elizabeth says:

    What a beautiful quilt!!

  7. Marsha Bailey says:

    Beautiful!!

  8. Linda Kay Jones says:

    I would love to get some of the fabric for a quilt for myself, what at the chances of that happening?

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