1000 MEMBERS (Who gets the credit?)



(Who gets the credit?) 

We embarked on 17th May 2010 on this journey. We anticipated that no journey of this magnitude will be without obstacles and sometimes boisterous headwinds!

We encountered a balanced basket of emotions and characteristics in the embroidery field;

Appreciation, enthusiasm, dedication and companionship from our embroiderers.

We are experiencing wonderful support and encouragement from a number of digitizers who are prepared to serve the cause for the right reasons.

I received a very inspiring e-mail from a digitizer today and would like to quote  from it:

“There are times when even enemies come together against a common  enemy….. in this case cancer.”

Teamwork, divides the task and multiplies the success and  is the ability to work as a group toward a common vision, even if that vision becomes blurry and seems unattainable. 

One thing about teamwork is that you are always surrounded by like minded people.

“It is amazing how much you can accomplish when it doesn’t matter who gets the credit.”  ~Author Unknown

We are proud to announce our first 1000 members onStitching for Pink and welcomes every member once again.


Thought for the day

I expect to pass through life but once.  If therefore, there be any kindness I can show, or any good thing I can do to any fellow being, let me do it now, and not defer or neglect it, as I shall not pass this way again. 

~William Penn

Still On The Move!


Our membership counts 1070 today.  More members would have been very nice but we are moving forward.

The website really gets more interesting every day as we meet more people who bring something new with them.

One of our sponsors made a fresh enhancing contribution to the campaign.

MYGRAFICO  Digtal Artfs and Craft Store  presented their Pink Power Kit to Stitching for Pink.


“Breast cancer related cute clip arts, such as bra, pink ribbon, PINK POWER sentiment, teddy and cupcake, handbag, birds..etc,  Breast Cancer support tags, journal tags, digital papers, bottle cap sticker designs, printable post it holder with self exam calendar, also  a PDF booklet of general Breast Cancer information.”

All money raised from this set will be completly donated to the ” NATIONAL BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION” through  Stitching for Pink Non-Profit Organization..


Please make sure  you visit our Home page to  download your Free Collab Kit for members. Also peep into “Paperprojects”  by MYGRAFICO for some real fun!

“Go and see the people”

Our members count 1300 after five months.

It normally takes 5 years to establish a profitable business and although SFP is not a business in the true sense it surely is submissive to business principles and requisites.

I once heard the story of a very successful insurance agent,  an ordinary man with no particular enhancing attributes, who retired after forty years of  service to the insurance industry.

On his farewell  party he was called to the microphone to address the guests on the secrets of his very successful career in insurance policy marketing. He took the microphone and said: “ Go and see the people”. Only five words from this humble man to explain his success.

Yes people has to know to participate in the campaign and 5 months is a very short period to “ go and see the people”

Lets look at the positive side of things. We established a good concept which functions well.

We met wonderful people and will surely meet many more in years to come.

The embroidery world is huge and we need time to reach the people.

I am very glad  to be back for the conclusion of our first Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign, SFP..

 Some day when I have nothing else to write  I will bore you with the reason for my 2 months absence on the blog.