Would you like to recognize the healthcare heroes in your life? Have you lost a loved one to the COVID-19 Pandemic? Do you love to express yourself creatively? We are looking for people who would like to get involved with the HOPE quilt in a variety of ways. Click the button below to explore:
Completed Quilts Gallery
The COVID-19 HOPE Quilt is a community-based art project and a COVID-19 National Memorial that honors frontline workers and those affected or lost to the pandemic. Loosely based on the AIDS quilt, the COVID-19 HOPE Quilt is a valor and memorial quilt concept featuring blocks to honor Frontline workers and memorial blocks for those lost.
We have received over 650 quilted or painted art block from children as young as 5 to adults age 95 from all walks of life across America for our traveling quilt collection. We invite quilters and their friends and families to join our memorial project for history by creating blocks for our final 10.5-inch square size to share your gratitude and hope and remembrance for America.
In addition to the quilts featured below, we are also proud to share an assortment of individual panel blocks made by our community.
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