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Some of the latest happenings with the COVID19 U.S Honor Quilt Project.

A Patchwork of Hope

UNO Souls Interview with Diane Canney

A Patchwork of Hope with Diane Canney View the interview here

I am honored today to be chatting with Diane Canney— an UNO Soul. She is the Founder of the COVID-19 HOPE QUILT project. Diane is working on a very important project that impacts everyone and is heart-work— a memorial quilt. The quilt panels are in honor of the front-line workers. Quilts represent the fabric of our nation. As we go through the pandemic, she is collecting 11-inch quilt squares with images of people that have passed away from COVID-19. The stories behind each quilt square are very moving. You can go to to get instructions on how to create your own Hope Quilt panel and then send it to Diane. Words of wisdom: “Be the change you want to see in the world.” The quote by Mahatma Ghandi. I am grateful for you Diane! Thank you for taking the time to chat with me!


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