The quilt - which has been two years in the making - features the phrase in the multiple dialects, including a number of Aboriginal languages, from as far afield as Arnhem Land, Tasmania, New Zealand, Vanuatu, Japan, and Poland.
They're raffling it for their Relay team fundraising, having set a target of $2,000, a figure that represents the time, work and materials that's gone into the quilt - but obviously there's no recouping of costs or profit in that, it's all donation.
And with selling raffle tickets in the Mudgee CBD, they've nearly hit their goal. However, their friends - as far flung as Darwin and Hobart - have also been selling tickets, and they estimate that with those books the current figure is around $1,800.
"So we're not sure where the quilt's going to end up - it could be anywhere in Australia," Pam said.
And added that while the tickets are being snapped up, there's an extra level of generosity shown by many people that are buying them.
"What we've found is that a lot of people have said that if they win it they'll donate it. And they've written across the bottom of their ticket 'give to a women's refuge or someone who's lost their home in the fires'," she said.
"So it really has been a community quilt in that sense."
The raffle will be drawn on the Saturday of the Relay (April 4), with the couple selling tickets right up until then.
"It will be hard to part with it, because there's a fair bit of us in it, but hopefully someone who really wants it will win it and it'll go to a good home," Pam said.
"We've put a target of $2,000, because that's what we valued it at - with the cost of the materials and the sheer hours of work - but that's beside the point, whatever money we raise will go towards cancer research."
Pam and Chris are the McKenzie Bellhouse team, and they're veterans of seven Hobart Relays.
Chris said that becoming serial Relayers came from their move to the Apple Isle years prior, as an evolution of their support of the Cancer Council and their work.
"When we were in Queensland we used to do the Biggest Morning Tea and we used to get a lot of people coming to those and we used to raise $500/$600/$700. But when we moved to Tassie we only knew about four people," he said.
"Our team's never been more than five people, but we do what we can. And we camp overnight, it's good fun."
The 2020 Mudgee and District Relay For Life (April 4-5 at Victoria Park) is an overnight, community event where teams participate in a relay-style walk or run to raise funds for Cancer Council NSW. The event brings the whole community together for a night of fun, entertainment, celebration and remembrance.