Joie de Vivre is the name of a fabric line designed by Luanna Rubin and Robert Kaufman to benefit breast cancer research. It is French for joy of life. It was made for the life love hope quilt challenge contest by Bernina. When I found this fabric I loved it and then when I found out why it was made it became even more special. The repeat center design is especially beautiful. This fabric is no longer available and I have used up what I have. When I first found this, a treasured friend was diagnosed with breast cancer and I made her a quilt using it as a focus farbic. She still curls up with it.
These wall hangings are bordered by rust red rooster by Tokoyo and woodland pines by Holly Taylor.
They are backed with 200 count white muslin by moda. When hung in a sunny window they have a wonderful glow when the colors are illuminated, so joyous.
I have priced these almost at cost so people can give them as special gifts. Made with thoughts for healing.