Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month
Support Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month with Pipers Silks
This November, Pipers Silks is supporting a cause very dear to us. We're proud to announce that we will donate 10% of all sales from our Heather Embroidery Packs to Pancreatic Cancer UK.
Our Heather Silk Embroidery Packs are more than just a collection of silk threads. They are a palette of possibilities. With shades like Bright Pansy, Midnight Purple, and Pale Crocus, these packs are perfect for bringing your embroidery and lace-making projects to life and contributing to a vital cause.
Pancreatic cancer is a formidable foe, with survival rates that have remained dishearteningly low. More than half of those diagnosed pass away within three months. It's a reality that hits close to home for Susan Peck, the owner of Pipers Silks, and her daughter, Chloe Bellotti, who have experienced loss due to pancreatic cancer. This November, which is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, we're determined to make a difference.
By choosing our Heather Silk Embroidery Packs, you're helping to fund research breakthroughs and support early detection efforts that can save lives. Imagine each stitch you make helping to sew the fabric of understanding and awareness, contributing to a future where we can defeat this deadly disease.
On World Pancreatic Cancer Day, November 16th, the world will light up in purple, the colour of pancreatic cancer awareness. You can join in by lighting up your homes, sharing knowledge about the symptoms, or even wearing purple as you sew with our silks.
So, we urge you to join hands with us. Every Heather Pack you purchase is a step towards a brighter future, a stitch in the fight against a silent killer.
Together, with every piece you embroider and every piece of lace you make, we can help bring awareness and change. Visit our website to purchase your Heather Embroidery Pack or click here and participate in this heartfelt campaign. Let us thread hope through the eye of a needle and spread it across the canvas of our shared commitment to combat this deadly disease.
Thank you for your support.
Susan & Chloe