This is my personal favorite, quite possibly because I love quilts. I also love the mix of patterns. It's called "A Stitch in Time Saves 9" and was created by Teresa Matthews. (photo courtesy of Meritus Health)
MERITUS HEALTH - Well, ladies and gentlemen, today is October 1, which is the start of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For the second year in a row, the John R. Marsh Cancer Center partnered with the Washington County Health Department, the Washington County Cancer Coalition, Komen’s “Make a Difference Breast Cancer Screening Program,” and BreastCancerAwareness-CV to bring you the DESIGNER CUP CHALLENGE!
The Designer Cup Challenge is a bra art competition where people decorate a bra completely, with each design serving as a tribute to women’s wellness and women who have been a source of inspiration and support for breast cancer awareness, screening, and treatment. The bras have to be completely covered- the rules state that no original fabric can be shown.
I had the pleasure of heading over to the John R. Marsh Cancer Center earlier on Monday to look at all of the designs. Luckily for you, my dear readers, I brought my camera with me! Here are some of my favorite entries and the two first place winners.
By Kayla Murphy
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